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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
508 Amir Perelberg and Richard Schuster Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) Prefer to Cooperate When Petted: Integrating Proximate and Ultimate Explanations II (03/2009) Journal of Comparative Psychology 123 (1) (2009), 45–55.

 Cooperation poses theoretical problems because the behaviors of individuals can benefit others...

384 Gura Ein-Ya Using Game Theory to Increase Students' Motivation to Learn Mathematics (02/2005) Proceedings of the 4th Mediterranean Conference on Mathematics Education 2 (2005), 515-520

This paper reports an attempt to teach game theory in order to increase students' motivation to...

126 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell A Simple Adaptive Procedure Leading to Correlated Equilibrium (01/1997) (revised in DP #166)

We propose a simple adaptive procedure for playing a game. In this procedure, players depart...

593 Tal Neiman & Yonatan Loewenstein Reinforcement learning in professional basketball players (12/2011) Published in Nature Communications 2:569.

Reinforcement learning in complex natural environments is a challenging task because the agent...

474 Nir Halevy, Gary Bornstein and Lilach Sagiv “Ingroup Love" and “Outgroup Hate" as Motives for Individual Participation in Intergroup Conflict: A New Game Paradigm (12/2007) Psychological Science (forthcoming)

What motivates individual self-sacrificial behavior in intergroup conflicts? Is it the...

186 Bezalel Peleg, Joachim Rosenmuller & Peter Sudholter The Canonical Extensive Form of a Game Form: Part I - Symmetries (12/1998) In A. Alkan, C.D. Aliprantis & N.C. Yannelis (eds.), Current Trends in Economics: Theory and Applications (1999) Springer-Verlag 367-387

Within this series of papers we plan to exhibit to any noncooperative game in strategic or...

557 Judith Avrahami and Yaakov Kareev Detecting Change In Partner's Preferences (07/2010)

Studies of the detection of change have commonly been concerned with individuals inspecting a...

273 Cass R. Sunstein, Daniel Kahneman, David Schkade & Ilana Ritov Predictably Incoherent Judgements (09/2001) Stanford Law Review 54 (2002), 1153-1216

When people make moral or legal judgments in isolation, they produce a pattern of outcomes that...

66 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell Bargaining and Value (01/1995) Econometrica 64 (1996), 357-380

We present and analyze a model of non-cooperative bargaining among n participants, applied to...

353 Zvika Neeman, M. Daniele Paserman and Avi Simhon Corruption and Openness (03/2004)

We report an intriguing empirical observation. The relationship between corruption and output...

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