1. Adam Stivers Indexing Prisoner’s Dilemma games: Quantifying psychological factors underling cooperative behavior Gonzaga University
2. Alan Fermin Structural neural networks reveal prosocial and selfish economic motivations Tamagawa University
3. Alfred Zerres Other regarding preferences in humans – focus on utility or appreciation? University of Amsterdam
4. Andreas Diekmann Solving Social Dilemmas by Reputation Mechanisms ETH Zurich
5. Andrew Delton Merely Opting Out of a Public Good Is Moralized: An Error Management Approach to Cooperation Stony Brook Unviersity
6. Angelo Romano The Psychology of Intergroup Trust Across 17 Countries Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & University of Turin
7. Anthony Evans Subjective and objective expectations of reciprocity in trust dilemmas Tilburg University
8. Aron Szekely Self-governance sustains group-level reputation Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies
9. Athena Aktipis The challenges of cheater detection in large-scale cooperation: From human societies to the evolution of multicellularity and cancer Arizona State University
10. Axel Burger Are individuals on the right side of the political spectrum always less prosocial than individuals on the left? The role of the in- versus outgroup status of interaction partners University of Mannheim Germany
11. Bastian Jaeger A face bias in trust decisions Tilburg University
12. Bruno Lambert A functional MRI study on how oxytocin affects decision making in social dilemmas: cooperate as long as it pays off, aggress only when you think you can win. University of Antwerp
13. Cleotilde Gonzalez Not all Prisoner’s Dilemma Games are Equal: Incentives, Social Preferences, and Cooperation Carnegie Mellon University
14. Daniel Sznycer Support for redistribution is shaped by compassion, envy, and self-interest, but not a taste for fairness University of California Santa Barbara and Arizona State University
15. David Hugh-Jones Expropriating free-riders and outsiders: theory, history and an experiment University of East Anglia
16. Diogo Ferreira The social consequences of punishment: When third-party punishment signals morality and irrationality Universidade Federal de Sergipe Brazil
17. Dora Simunovic Minority v. Majority – A Structural Goal/Expectation Theory of Intergroup Conflict Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences BIGSSS
18. Dorothee Mischkowski From spontaneous cooperation to spontaneous punishment – Distinguishing the underlying motives driving spontaneous behavior in first and second order public goods University of Hagen & University of Göttingen
19. Eitan Adres Social Dilemma and Provision of Public Good: The Case of the Mursi Tribe in South West Ethiopia Samuel Neaman Institute for National Policy Research Technion Haifa Isreal
20. Eliran Halali Negative Brokerage:
Understanding When, Why, and How Third Parties Divide and Conquer
Bar Ilan University
21. Eric van Dijk Emotional Deception in Ultimatum Games Leiden University
22. Erik W. de Kwaadsteniet The Effect of Decision Timing on the Willingness to Costly Reward Cooperation and Punish Non-Cooperation Leiden University
23. Giulia Andrighetto Context and Individual Preferences Shape Cooperative Decision Making European University Institute Florence Italy & Institute of Cognitive Science and Technologies Rome Italy
24. Hannes Rusch Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. (John 15:13) Philipps University Marburg
25. Hendrik Bruns Who cares who intervenes how? A framed field experiment on climate protection International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modeling & Department of Socioeconomics at the University of Hamburg
26. Hildie Leung Grateful or Indebted? Distinguishing gratitude from indebtedness and examining its impact on cooperation The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
27. Hillie Aaldering Understanding parochial cooperation: Testing two theories University of Amsterdam
28. Ilana Ritov Altruistic behavior in cohesive social groups: The role of target identifiability The Hebrew University
29. Isabel Thielmann Deliberate thinking versus intuitive cooperation: On the role of processing mode for social mindfulness University of Koblenz Landau
30. Jörg Gross Manipulation of Pro-Sociality and Rule Following with Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Institute of Psychology Leiden University
31. Jürgen Fleiß The dynamics of group-specific social preferences in intergroup conflict. A nationwide incentivized experiment before and after the 2016 Austrian presidential election. University of Graz
32. Jan Kristian Woike Promises and dice: Do people keep their word rather than their money? Max Planck Institute for Human Development Center for Adaptive Rationality ARC
33. Joseph Calabrisotto It’s not you it’s me: how antecedent social decision-making impacts subsequent social behavior. University of Michigan Ann Arbor Michigan United States
34. Károly Takács The Relative Importance of Direct and Indirect Reciprocity Strategies for the Emergence of Cooperation MTA TK “Lendület” Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS), Hungarian Academy of Sciences
35. Karthik Panchanathan The co-evolution of group-level institutions and sustainable fisheries management through cultural group selection University of Missouri
36. Kimmo Eriksson Cultural Universals and Cultural Differences in Meta-Norms about Peer Punishment Mälardalen University and Stockholm University
37. Kun Zhao Individual differences in politeness and compassion differentially predict prosocial preferences and behaviors in economic games The University of Melbourne
38. Manfred Milinski Humans choose representatives who enforce cooperation in the climate change game through extortion Max Planck Institute for Evolutional Biology
39. Misato Inaba Which type of sanctioning institution is the most attractive and effective? Hokkaido University
40. Nils Köbis Does honesty require time? A Meta-analysis University of Amsterdam CREED Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making
41. Ori Weisel Selfish people don’t free ride on punishment Tel Aviv University
42. Paton Pak Chun Yam What If the Group Had Not Failed: The Influence of Counterfactual Thinking and Emotions on Cooperation in Step-level Public Good Dilemma The Chinese University of Hong Kong
43. Peter Martinsson Triggering cooperation University of Gothenburg Sweden
44. Pontus Strimling “My Way Only”-thinking in social dilemmas. Institute of Future Studies Stockholm Sweden
45. Rebecca Koomen Common-pool magic water: an investigation into the social strategies of 6-year-old children in a resource dilemma Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
46. Rob Nelissen How Scarcity and Abundance affect Appropriation from common Resources Tilburg University
47. Robert Böhm Disentangling Prosocial and Parochial Preferences: Laboratory and Field Evidence RWTH Aachen University
48. Sebastian Grueneisen The role of interdependence in promoting fair resource divisions in children Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
49. Shona Duguid Coordinating decisions for cooperation: A comparative look at chimpanzee and human coordination Max Planck Insititute for Evolutionary Anthropology
50. Shuhei Tsuchida A minimum set of factors necessary for the punishment and cooperation to evolve without the aid of cultural group selection Hokkaido University
51. Susann Fiedler Ignorance as a tool of self-interest? Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
52. Susanne Lohmann Why Four Player Types?—And How They Fare in a Massively Multiplayer Game of Life Simulation University of California Los Angeles
53. Tamar Kugler Greed is (Not Always) Good University of Arizona
54. Thomas Schlösser When justice concerns do (not) matter –  / How justice sensitivity predicts voter’s preferences for (un)equal wealth distributions within a simulated democratic system Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology University of Cologne Germany
55. Thomas Zagenczyk Strong and Weak Ties at Work and Interpersonal Citizenship Behavior: Evidence of a Curvilinear Relationship Clemson University USA
56. Toko Kiyonari Incentive-based decision synchrony may enhance voluntary cooperation in a one-shot social dilemma game but may not promote positive evaluation of other game players. Aoyama Gakuin University
57. Toshio Yamagishi Institutions, Principles of Ethics, and Neuro-Psychological Adaptation Systems Hitotsubashi University
58. Welmer E. Molenmaker Third party punishment in social dilemmas with heterogeneous and homogeneous populations Leiden University
59. Wojtek Przepiorka Order without law: Reputation promotes cooperation in a cryptomarket for illegal goods Utrecht University
60. Yiming Jing Dispositional Social Risk-Seeking Promotes Trusting Strangers: Evidence based on Attitudinal, Behavioral and Brain Data University of Oklahoma
61. Yiwen Wang Social Value Orientation Modulates the Decision-making and Outcome Evaluation during Generalized Trust: Behavioral and Event-related Potentials Evidence Institute of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences Fuzhou University Fujian China




1. Arjaan Wit Who are my fellow members in the groups to which I belong? Effects of group composition and fautlines on parochial cooperation Social and Organisational Psychology Leiden University the Netherlands
2. Dirk Semmann Many relationships tempt you to cheat: Decreased cooperation in multiple prisoner’s dilemma Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany
3. Efrat Aharonov-Majar The Effect of Experience on the Impact of Monetary Incentives in Social Networks Carnegie Mellon University
4. Frederic Moisan The role of social preferences and recommendations in a game of conflict University of Cambridge
5. Fredrik Jansson Using peer influence to solve the social dilemma of workplace segregation Centre for the Study of Cultural Evolution Stockholm University
6. Gary Ting Tat Ng Extension of Game Riskiness Model in Prisoner’s Dilemmas through Expected Utility Perspective The Chinese University of Hong Kong
7. Gianluca Grimalda Pro-social and anti-social punishment in international collective risk social dilemmas Institute for the World Economy
8. Yen-Sheng Chiang Does inequality influence altruism of the rich compared to the poor?
Evidence from a lab experiment holding economic status constant
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
9. Ilan Fischer                                                                                           On the Evolution and Learning of Strategic Similarity University of Haifa
10. Isamu Okada Justification Dilemma in private observation and its solution Soka University
11. Job van der Schalk Emotion expressions in intergroup resource dilemmas School of Psychology Cardiff University
12. Judith Kas Steady steps versus sudden shifts: Cooperation in (a)symmetric continuous and step-level social dilemmas Utrecht University
13. Kim Peters Understanding the Degree and Direction of Gossipers’ Lies: The Role of Incentive Alignment University of Queensland
14. Laetitia Mulder Rules and personal gains University of Groningen
15. Leonie Fütterer In My Backyard? Human Cooperativeness and the Causal Roles of Physical Proximity and Exposure Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
16. Nobuyuki Takahashi Does trust beget trustworthiness?: The effect of trusting intention on trustworthiness of the partner Hokkaido University
17. Paul Van Lange What explains donations at the doorstep, and norm violations, in the field?  Reputation trumps resources VU Amsterdam
18. Philipp Gerlach The games economists play: Why economics students behave more selfishly than other students Max Planck institute for Human Development
19. Poonam Arora Context Matters: Moving Towards an Understanding of Person-Situation Influences on What I Do AND What I Want You to Do in Social Dilemmas School of Business Manhattan College & CRED Columbia University
20. Ramzi Suleiman A Rational Economic Theory of Fairness Department of Psychology University of Haifa & Department of Philosophy Al Quds University
21. Stefan Pfattheicher The Evolution of Cooperation via Democratic Punishment Ulm University Germany
22. Timothy Shields Incentives, Truth, and Consequence Chapman University Carnegie Mellon University
23. Tom Gordon-Hecker Not taking responsibility: Equity trumps efficiency in allocation decisions Ben Gurion University of the Negev
24. Victor Shiramizu Implicit social categorization during intergroup competition Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte