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A screenshot of the video game used in the study. Image/Supplied

New experimental game shows why punishment doesn’t always work

Neuroscientists and psychologists from UNSW Sydney have developed a video game that provides insights into punishment and why some individuals will try almost anything to avoid it, while others are undaunted by it.

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