40_SocialDecision - each Zero-Sum Environments • Explain...

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PsychSim 5: SOCIAL DECISION-MAKING Name: __________________________________________ Section: ________________________ Date: __________________________________________ This activity contains a simulation of two classic “social trap” games used in research on competition and cooperation. Social Decision Making As you look back over the past several days, can you think of a decision you made that affected the lives of other people, either in a small way or an important way? Describe it briefly. Decision Environments What is the difference between zero-sum and non-zero-sum environments? Give an example of
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Unformatted text preview: each. Zero-Sum Environments • Explain minimax strategy. In a zero-sum game as demonstrated, a minimax strategy would lead O (the other player) toward which choice? Explain your answer. • What is a saddle point? Non-Zero-Sum Environments • How does trust influence the outcome in a non-zero-sum environment? • Have you learned anything about your own decision strategies by playing the two trucking games? Explain. 66 PsychSim 5: Social Decision-Makin g...
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