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  • Supplementary Methods
  • Supplementary Analyses
  • Alternative accounts of the present findings
  • Fig. S1. Word clouds of the top 100 nouns following “rational” and “reasonable” in English language newspapers and magazines.
  • Fig. S2. Participants’ contributions in the Dictator Game as reasonable versus rational agents in study 6.
  • Fig. S3. Distribution of donations in the Dictator Game after reminders of rational versus reasonable experiences in study 7.
  • Fig. S4. Attribution of reasonableness and rationality to player A in multiround Prisoner’s Dilemma in studies 10 and 11.
  • Fig. S5. Attribution of reasonableness and rationality to player A in a single-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma in study 10.
  • Fig. S6. Attribution of reasonableness and rationality in study 10 for cooperating and defecting players on a second round of Prisoner’s Dilemmas after bilateral cooperation in the first round.
  • Fig. S7. Attribution of reasonableness and rationality in study 10 for cooperating and defecting players on a second round of Prisoner’s Dilemmas after unilateral cooperation in the first round.
  • Fig. S8. Attribution of reasonableness and rationality in study 10 for cooperating and defecting players on a second round of Prisoner’s Dilemmas after unilateral defecting in the first round.
  • Fig. S9. Attribution of reasonableness versus rationality to different behavioral characteristics to a rational and reasonable person in study 10.
  • Fig. S10. Photographic depiction of survey collection sites in study 12.
  • Fig. S11. Typical institutions and common places for each of the three data collection sites in Pakistan in study 12.
  • Table S1. Demographic information for samples used across experiments.
  • Table S2. Most frequent words (top 10%) when describing rational and reasonable persons.
  • Appendix
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