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Having Less, Giving More: The Influence of Social Class on Prosocial Behavior

By:Briana Bealhen
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Michelle Bealhen

on 20 April 2017

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Transcript of Having Less, Giving More: The Influence of Social Class on Prosocial Behavior

By: Briana Bealhen
About This Study
Study 1: Social Class Predicts Generosity in an Economic Game
Method
procedure
Results
created by: Paul K. Piff, Michael W. Kraus and Datcher Keltner from the University of Berkeley. Along with Stephane Cote and Bonnie Hayden Cheng from the university of Toronto.
Hypothesis: Lower class individuals would act in a more prosocial way in a laboratory, than the upper class.
-115 participants
-participation=$10/hour
-73 Females, 38 Males, 4 declined to state
-Age:18-59 years
-Dictator Game
-Majority of participants gave 41% of total allocation
-SES
-Independent Variable: The Social Class of the subject measured by their score on the SES
-Dependent Variable: How much the subject gave to their partner in the dictator game.
Having Less, Giving More: The Influence of Social Class on Prosocial Behavior
-Hypothesis was correct
-Gender, Age, Religiosity and Ethnicity were also tested, but were found unrelated.
The End
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