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1. Computational and neural basis of prosocial decisions: a transdiagnostic approach - Oxford Talks

Toggle navigation. Computational and neural basis of prosocial decisions: a transdiagnostic approach.

talks.ox.ac.uk/talks/id/7334a270-0a5d-49a3-9f4d-c7815b697bd8/- 10k - Cached

2. DPhil Seminar (Wednesday - Week 6, MT18) | Faculty of Philosophy

Nathan Cofnas | Oxford | 'Power in Cultural Evolution and the Spread of Prosocial Norms'

www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/event/dphil-seminar-week-6-mt18- 74k - 20 May 2019 - Cached

3. Finding the brain's generosity centre | University of Oxford

The researchers were led by Dr Patricia Lockwood, who explained: 'Prosocial behaviours are social behaviours that benefit other people. ... Dr Patricia Lockwood, Department of Experimental Psychology. 'Although people have a remarkable inclination to

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2016-08-16-finding-brains-generosity-centre- 56k - 24 May 2019 - Cached

4. New Imaging Evidence for the Neural Bases of Moral Sentiments: Prosocial and Antisocial Behaviour | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

New Imaging Evidence for the Neural Bases of Moral Sentiments: Prosocial and Antisocial Behaviour.

podcasts.ox.ac.uk/new-imaging-evidence-neural-bases-moral-sentiments-prosocial-and-antisocial-behaviour- 30k - 21 May 2019 - Cached

5. prosocial behavior | Practical Ethics

Ethics in the News. Published. April 15, 2014. | By Nadira Faber. By Nadira Faulmüller &Lucius Caviola. Recently, Peter Singer, Paul Bloom and Dan Ariely were discussing topics surrounding the psychology of morality. Peter was emphasizing the

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6. Prosocial apathy for helping others when effort is required. — PSY

Prosocial acts - those that are costly to ourselves but benefit others - are a central component of human co-existence1-3. ... Moreover, even when choosing to initiate effortful prosocial acts, people show superficiality, exerting less force into actions

www.psy.ox.ac.uk/publications/698489- 27k - Cached

7. Associate Professor Guy Kahane | The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

Consistent with past research 1– 12 , we found decreased prosocial behaviour under outcome uncertainty. ... In contrast, prosocial behaviour was increased under impact uncertainty in incentivized economic decisions and hypothetical decisions about

www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/people/associate-professor-guy-kahane- 109k - 22 May 2019 - Cached

8. Goal-directed, habitual and Pavlovian prosocial behavior. — Oxford Neuroscience

Menu. Search. Goal-directed, habitual and Pavlovian prosocial behavior. Gęsiarz F., Crockett MJ. ... 9. Keywords. Pavlovian, altruism, dictator game, model-based, model-free, prosocial behavior, reinforcement learning, warm-glow.

www.neuroscience.ox.ac.uk/publications/527440- 28k - Cached

9. Institutions and Prosocial Behavior - Oxford Talks

Toggle navigation. Institutions and Prosocial Behavior. This paper reports the result of an experiment designed to understand the interaction of institutions and trust.

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10. Neurocomputational mechanisms of prosocial learning and links to empathy. — PSY

More empathic people learn more quickly when benefitting others, and their sgACC response is the most selective for prosocial learning. ... This framework could provide insights into atypical prosocial behavior in those with disorders of social cognition.

www.psy.ox.ac.uk/publications/638716- 29k - Cached

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