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From: Acute hunger does not always undermine prosociality

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Effect sizes d of the effects of hunger on prosociality. Positive values indicate effects in favor of a hypothesis that hunger decreases prosociality. Negative values indicate increased prosociality when hungry. Non-interdependent tasks: SVO, Social Mindfulness, DG, Volunteering. Interdependent tasks: PGG, SHG, UG. Effect size calculation was based on Lipsey and Wilson’s formulas52. Error bars indicate 95% confidence intervals

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