‘Hot’ vs. ‘Cold’ Decisions in A Dynamic Solidarity Game: Can Affective Responses Predict Cooperative Behavior in Groups? (SolidairtyEmotions)

Project Identification
Project Period
1/2021 - 12/2021
Investor / Pogramme / Project type
Masaryk University
MU Faculty or unit
Faculty of Economics and Administration

I experimentally test the role of emotional responses in driving helping behavior in the strategic setting of a dynamic solidarity game based on the design of Greiner (2006). Comparing the "hot" direct-response method with the "cold" strategy method to elicit helping decisions and collecting continuous objective and subjective measures of physiological arousal and valence, I aim to understand to what extent experienced emotions drive and mediate cooperative behavior in this setting.

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