Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations

May M, Sauer C, Schneider S, Valet P, Liebig S (2014)
SFB 882.

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This experiment investigates the influence of presence of an interviewer and incentivation on equality preferences. Experimental conditions: (1) priming towards cooperation and competition. (2) eyes/no eyes on the computer screen, (3) incentive/no incentive Purpose: The goal of this experiment was to measure the influence of the presence of an interviewer and incentives on equality preferences. Key Findings: Priming towards competition increases individual unequality preferences, eyes lower the inequality preferences in the competition setting. Incentives increase the inequality preference.
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May M, Sauer C, Schneider S, Valet P, Liebig S. Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations. SFB 882; 2014.
May, M., Sauer, C., Schneider, S., Valet, P., & Liebig, S. (2014). Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations. SFB 882.
May, M., Sauer, C., Schneider, S., Valet, P., and Liebig, S. (2014). Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations. SFB 882.
May, M., et al., 2014. Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations, SFB 882.
M. May, et al., Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations, SFB 882, 2014.
May, M., Sauer, C., Schneider, S., Valet, P., Liebig, S.: Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations. SFB 882 (2014).
May, Meike, Sauer, Carsten, Schneider, Simone, Valet, Peter, and Liebig, Stefan. Experiment on the influence of interviewer presence and incentivizing on justice evaluations. SFB 882, 2014.
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