2014
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2014.04.008
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Kuninori Nakamura

Abstract: Jones and Rachlin (2006) found that the amount of money a person is willing to forgo in order to give $75 to another person decreased as a hyperbolic function of perceived social distance, in the same way as occurs in intertemporal choice. This study aimed to extend this finding to the domain of social networks, in which social distance is defined by degrees of separation. A total of 334 participants responded to tasks very similar to those in Jones and Rachlin (2006), except that they were required to choose…

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