Gary Bornstein
Gary Bornstein
Professor of Psychology
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Intergroup conflict: Individual, group, and collective interests
G Bornstein
Personality and social psychology review 7 (2), 129-145, 2003
“In-group love” and “out-group hate” as motives for individual participation in intergroup conflict: A new game paradigm
N Halevy, G Bornstein, L Sagiv
Psychological science 19 (4), 405-411, 2008
Individual and group behavior in the ultimatum game: are groups more “rational” players?
G Bornstein, I Yaniv
Experimental Economics 1 (1), 101-108, 1998
Constructive intergroup competition as a solution to the free rider problem: A field experiment
I Erev, G Bornstein, R Galili
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 29 (6), 463-478, 1993
Individual differences in allocation of funds in the dictator game associated with length of the arginine vasopressin 1a receptor RS3 promoter region and correlation between …
A Knafo, S Israel, A Darvasi, R Bachner‐Melman, F Uzefovsky, L Cohen, ...
Genes, brain and behavior 7 (3), 266-275, 2008
The oxytocin receptor (OXTR) contributes to prosocial fund allocations in the dictator game and the social value orientations task
S Israel, E Lerer, I Shalev, F Uzefovsky, M Riebold, E Laiba, ...
PloS one 4 (5), e5535, 2009
The effect of intergroup competition on group coordination: An experimental study
G Bornstein, U Gneezy, R Nagel
Games and Economic Behavior 41 (1), 1-25, 2002
Cooperation in intergroup and single-group social dilemmas
G Bornstein, M Ben-Yossef
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 30 (1), 52-67, 1994
The free-rider problem in intergroup conflicts over step-level and continuous public goods.
G Bornstein
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 62 (4), 597, 1992
Individual and group decisions in the centipede game: Are groups more “rational” players?
G Bornstein, T Kugler, A Ziegelmeyer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (5), 599-605, 2004
“In‐group love” and “out‐group hate” in repeated interaction between groups
N Halevy, O Weisel, G Bornstein
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25 (2), 188-195, 2012
Trust between individuals and groups: Groups are less trusting than individuals but just as trustworthy
T Kugler, G Bornstein, MG Kocher, M Sutter
Journal of Economic psychology 28 (6), 646-657, 2007
On the measurement of social orientations in the minimal group paradigm
G Bornstein, L Crum, J Wittenbraker, K Harring, CA Insko, J Thibaut
European Journal of Social Psychology 13 (4), 321-350, 1983
Intergroup competition for the provision of binary public goods.
A Rapoport, G Bornstein
Psychological Review 94 (3), 291, 1987
Cooperation in intergroup, N-person, and two-person games of chicken
G Bornstein, D Budescu, S Zamir
Journal of conflict resolution 41 (3), 384-406, 1997
Molecular genetic studies of the arginine vasopressin 1a receptor (AVPR1a) and the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) in human behaviour: from autism to altruism with some notes in between
S Israel, E Lerer, I Shalev, F Uzefovsky, M Reibold, R Bachner-Melman, ...
Progress in brain research 170, 435-449, 2008
Intergroup competition for public goods: Effects of unequal resources and relative group size.
A Rapoport, G Bornstein, I Erev
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 56 (5), 748, 1989
The role of communication in interindividual-intergroup discontinuity
CA Insko, J Schopler, SM Drigotas, KA Graetz, J Kennedy, C Cox, ...
Journal of Conflict Resolution 37 (1), 108-138, 1993
Reciprocity and emotions in bargaining using physiological and self-report measures
G Ben-Shakhar, G Bornstein, A Hopfensitz, F Van Winden
Journal of economic psychology 28 (3), 314-323, 2007
Oxytocin, but not vasopressin, increases both parochial and universal altruism
S Israel, O Weisel, RP Ebstein, G Bornstein
Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 (8), 1341-1344, 2012
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