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(Perry + 1981)

Title:   JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 32/1 (1981): 127-138.
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Publication:  "Impact of Adults' Appeals for Sharing on the Development of Altruistic Dispositions in Children."
Authors:   
  • Perry, D. G.; 
  • Bussey, K.; 
  • Freiberg, K.
Date:   (1981)
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Citation: 
Perry, D. G.; Bussey, K.; and Freiberg, K. "Impact of Adults' Appeals for Sharing on the Development of Altruistic Dispositions in Children." JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 32/1 (1981): 127-138.

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  • Reviewed in Meta-study (COTTON)*  
  • Compares the sharing behavior of second and third graders after three different kinds of appeal:
    •  a "power-assertive" appeal emphasizing punitive consequences,
    •  an "inductive" appeal emphasizing the good feelings one gets from sharing,
    •  and a neutral appeal to share with no further commentary.
      The inductive 
      appeal produced the greatest amount of sharing. 
      (COTTON)*


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