Gossip promotes cooperation only when it is pro‐socially motivated

*Published in: Scientific Reports*

Why too many fearless people on a team make collaboration less likely

Team work is common across society. From schools to multinational businesses, people usually collaborate in groups towards a shared goal. It can work well, but sometimes, it can be a disaster.

Selfish risk-seeking can provide an evolutionary advantage in a conditional public goods game

*Published in: PLOS ONE*

Networks of reliable reputations and cooperation: a review

*Published in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences*

Redistributive taxation and peer-punishment: disentangling the motivations behind second order social dilemmas

*Currently: Writing up*

How does gossip's perception affect gossip's reaction?

*Currently: Submitted to Journal of Applied Psychology*

How to react to gossip? An Agent Based Model to study how gossip reaction mechanisms impact cooperation.

*Currently: Model testing*

The effect of psychopathy on cooperative strategies in an iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma experiment with emotional feedback

*Published in: Scientific Reports*

How group composition affects cooperation in fixed networks: can psychopathic traits influence group dynamics?

*Published in: Royal Society Open Science*

When Do Psychopathic Traits Affect Cooperative Behavior?

*Published in: Journal of Individual Differences*