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Symptoms of conduct disorder and reasons to act prosocially: A reading through evolutionary theories
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal)
Based on evolutionary theories, this study analyzes reasons for sharing and retention and the association of these reasons according to age and the presence of conduct disorder symptoms in children. Therefore, the children participated in a prosocial activity, in which they had to decide if they would like to share a prize with his/her classroom best friend. Finally, the experimenter asked them to explain the reasons for his/her decision. The results showed that children considered factors suchdoi:10.5935/1678-4669.20170013 doaj:c955a9d9856d4d449c012bb832f1c4ff fatcat:v33nrvncc5gtxm3eimf5e7gz74