This section introduces the most frequent experimental scenarios used to investigate aspects of other-regarding behavior in laboratory conditions. Each subsection describes a game, its common implementation along with the procedures, discussion of experimental results based on the existing literature, and offers possible explanations and parallelism to real-life situations. Where available, we also suggest software for running the particular scenario as a class experiment, otherwise, we refer to manual setups.
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