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Test 2 Review Sheet: Prisoner Dilemma People are not rational Always confess for least amount of jail time TIT-FOR-TAT Starts by cooperating, then it did what the opener did in the previous round An “iterated” PD game – the scenario is being played several times, sometimes against the same player Must be able to re-recognize precious partners and to remember their previous strategy Cooperation is rational Inter-theoretic Reduction Relation between theories Thermodynamics statistical mechanics Often requires “bridge laws” Modules Domain-specific Fast Informationally encapsulating Have fixed neural architecture Have specific breakdown patterns Marr’s Tri-Level hypothesis only applies to modules because problems must be tractable and task must be circumscribed and determined enough to identify an algorithm Symbols Two important facets of symbols o 1) They can carry information; they have semantics o 2) They are discrete Computers are good at “thoughtful” games like Othello, scrabble, etc. o
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