Main effect of Costly Giving > Noncostly Reward decisions (Costly Giving > Noncostly Reward)

Contributed by kathydo on Oct. 12, 2018

Collection: The neural development of prosocial behavior from childhood to adolescence

Description: In this contrast, we examined the main effect of participants' decisions to forego earning points for themselves to give more points to another person (i.e., Costly Giving) relative to keeping points for themselves at no cost/benefit to another peer (i.e., Noncostly Reward).

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