Multiple regression with Age (Linear), controlling for Frequency of Giving, on Costly Giving versus Noncostly Reward decisions (Costly Giving > Noncostly Reward)

Contributed by kathydo on July 3, 2018

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

Description: In this contrast, we regressed linear age against neural responses during participants' decisions to give to others (i.e., Costly Giving) relative to keeping points for themselves at no cost/benefit to another person (i.e., Noncostly Reward), controlling for the frequency (%) of Costly Giving behavior.

Tags: childhood fmri prosocial behavior adolescence development

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