Social Value Orientation and Cooperation in Social Dilemmas
This article reports a meta-analysis of 82 studies assessing the relationship between social value orientation (SVO) and cooperation in social dilemmas. A significant and small to medium effect size was found (r = .30). Results supported a hypothesis that the effect size was larger when participants were not paid (r = .39) than when they were paid (r = .23). The effect size was also larger in give-some (r = .29) as opposed to take-some (r = .22) games. However, contrary to expectations, the effect was not larger in one-shot, as opposed to iterated games. Findings are discussed in the context of theory on SVO and directions for future research are outlined.
13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas
City or Country
BALLIET, Daniel Patrick, Parks, C., & Joireman, J..(2009). Social Value Orientation and Cooperation in Social Dilemmas. Paper presented at the 13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Kyoto, Japan.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/soss_research/748
This document is currently not available here.