Games | Guest Editor Prof. Dr. Frank Krueger

This Special Issue invites researchers and scholars from diverse backgrounds to contribute original experimental, methodological, review, meta-analytical, or theoretical papers that shed light on our understanding of trust and reciprocity derived from behavioral, psychological, or neural measures collected with the trust game. Pressing, relevant, and timely research contributions are welcome that explore, for example, psychological functions (motivation, affect, and cognition), social preferences and norms, attitudes to risk and aversion, personality traits, and gender and cultural factors—determining commonalities and differences of trust and reciprocity. This unique collection of papers will facilitate, broaden, and improve the ecological validity of the trust game as a prolific instrument in the scientist’s toolbox for understanding the interrelatedness of trust and reciprocity.