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- The Neural Circuitry Underlying Altruistic Behavior
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- The Socioeconomic Basis of Generosity in Britain
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What causes parents to transmit generosity?
Posted on October 26, 2011 by science-of-generosity
In October co-Investigator Ye Zhang presented the paper “What Motives Cause Parents to Transmit Generosity?” (co-authored with Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm) at the Conference on the Economics of the Family in Paris. The conference, hosted by the Institut National d’Etudes démographiques, the … Continue reading →
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