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When we take a cab we may feel cheated if the driver takes an unnecessarily long route despite the lack of a contract or promise to take the shortest possible path. Is the behavior of the driver a¤ected by beliefs about our cheating notions, and where do his beliefs come from? For that matter, where do our cheating notions come from, and how do they color our own decisions? We address these questions in the context of a trust game by asking participants directly about their personal notions ofdoi:10.3386/w18509 fatcat:okvf54gkfva43jf5xrpnenw4ee