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New study rebuts increase in willingness to cooperate from intuitive thinking

A study that was presented in Nature last year attracted a great deal of attention when it asserted that intuition promotes cooperation. But a group of researchers in behavioral and neuroeconomics say that this is not true, in a new study now being published in Nature.
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