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Hugh-Jones, David; Leroch, Martin A. (2012)
Publisher: Department of Economics, University of Warwick
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: JC, HT

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Field studies of conflict report cycles of mutual revenge between groups, often linked to\ud perceptions of intergroup injustice. We test the hypothesis that people are predisposed to reciprocate\ud against groups. In a computerized laboratory experiment, subjects who were harmed by a partner’s\ud uncooperative action reacted by harming other members of the partner’s group. This group\ud reciprocity was only observed when one group was seen to be unfairly advantaged. Our results\ud support a behavioral mechanism leading from perceived injustice to intergroup conflict. We discuss\ud the relevance of group reciprocity to economic and political phenomena including conflict,\ud discrimination and team competition.\ud
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