Schlagwort: Emotions
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Cooperation and Punishment in Public Goods Experiments
This paper provides evidence that free riders are heavily punished even if punishment is costly and does not provide any material benefits for the punisher. The more free riders negatively deviate (...)
How emotions influence how we see the world
Cognition as a discipline has emerged over the last sixty years with the brain as a computer metaphor, leaving the study of emotion to behavioral psychology. But recent research has determined that (...)
Perpetual self conflict
Self awareness as a key to our ethical drive, personal mastery, and perception of entrepreneurial opportunities
This paper considers the nexus between the environment, self and reality, and the influence upon ethics, entrepreneurial opportunity, and sustainability. It is postulated that perception and (...)