Trust Games and Beyond
- 1University of Zurich, Switzerland
Trust is fundamental for the stability of human society. A large part of the experimental literature
relies on the Trust Game as the workhorse to measure individual differences in trust and
reciprocity. In this review we highlight the difficulties and limitations of this popular paradigm, as
well as the relations to alternative instruments ranging from survey measures to neurochemical
manipulations and neuroimaging.
Keywords: Trust, Reciprocity, Survey measures, social preferences, Oxytocin, Theory of Mind, social neuroscience, trustworthiness
Received: 30 Apr 2019;
Accepted: 07 Aug 2019.
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* Correspondence: Prof. Carlos Alos-Ferrer, University of Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org