Contributed by kathydo on July 3, 2018
Description: In this contrast, we regressed quadratic age, controlling for linear age, against neural responses during participants' decisions to keep points for themselves (i.e., selfish behavior) relative to an implicit baseline. In this contrast, we regressed quadratic 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 linear age and the frequency (%) of Costly Giving behavior.Task View 3D View
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