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On 10 Feb 2002, at 4:27, Ray Recchia wrote:
> As discussed in the article a similar game was used to study human gift
> giving and acceptance practices in 15 societies. There was a fair amount
> of culture variation but it was found that people would consistently give
> more than a pure logical analysis would suggest was correct.
What did this "pure logical analysis" consist of?
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