Contributed by LukeChang on Jan. 21, 2016
Description: This contrast compares trials in which participants matched expectations (i.e., reciprocated the amount they believed their partner expected) to trials in which they returned less than they believe their partner expected at the decision phase epoch. This contrast compares trials in which the guilt model predicts guilt aversion and guilt inaversion. Guilt inaversion trials by definition are when players make more money and thus are associated with increased financial value. Images are thresholded using cluster correction p < 0.05 with an initial z threshold of 2.3.3D View
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