Proposers' and responders' behavior.

2014-02-28T04:22:52Z (GMT) by Benoit Bediou Klaus R. Scherer
<p>(<b>A</b>) Proposers' offers. The equality and equity norms are shown in blue (horizontal) and red (oblique), respectively. (<b>B</b>) Deviation between proposers' offers and the equality norm (i.e., difference between a given offer and 50% of the pie) in the low and high contribution conditions. Each line corresponds to one individual and each value is the average of three trials. (<b>C</b>) Deviation between proposers' offers and the equity norm (i.e., difference between the percentage of the pie offered and the percentage produced) in the low and high contribution conditions. (<b>D</b>) Frequency of responders' acceptance decisions. (<b>E</b>) Fairness ratings (Z scores) on a 7-point Likert scale. (<b>F</b>) Satisfaction ratings (Z scores), extracted from the Geneva Emotion Wheel, including only five levels. Letters above the bars in Panels D to F indicate conditions that do not differ significantly from one another. Letters in gray italics indicate marginal effects. Asterics indicate significant differences between low and high contribution conditions.</p>