Eye-image as nonverbal social cue has asymmetric gender effects in dictator taking games

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Dictator giving games often demonstrate that nonverbal social cues, such as drawn-in eyes on display, induce pro-social behavior in the form of giving more. Notably, sometimes this effect is seen to differ between males and females. Subhasish M. Chowdhury disucsses the effects of social cues on negative behavior along with its gender dimension.

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