Cognition and Extended (NSNX) Rational Choice: Some Early Results
The paper sketches a neoDarwinian model of cooperation, which is then used to analyze archived data from two prominent series of public goods experiments. Each of three tests supports a conjecture drawn from the model, but also reveals a cognitive complication. Copyright Kluwer Academic Publishers 2004
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