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

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 at the expense of gaining rewards (i.e., Costly Giving) relative to decisions to give to others at no expense to one's own rewards (i.e., Noncostly Giving), controlling for the frequency (%) of Costly Giving behavior.

Tags: fmri development prosocial behavior childhood adolescence

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