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Old 09-21-2017, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Kakwakas View Post
They played the game and were given 30 stickers as a reward and were told they don't have time to play the same game with the rest of the kids, so they wouldn't all get stickers. Religious children being less likely to share those stickers isn't part of the game itself.
This link (taken from the study) offers more detail on the sticker game.

http://www.ehbonline.org/article/S10...093-6/fulltext

I really wouldn't consider this particularly meaningful unless the child was asked, by someone who lacked stickers, to share those stickers with them. It could be that they simply don't perceive material rewards as being as important, so they don't assume that their peers would want lots of stickers.

I wasn't raised in a religious household, but I probably wouldn't have shared them unless I perceived there was a need for it.
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