Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (1):24-24 (2012)

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Anna Dreber
Stockholm School of Economics
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Guala argues that there is a mismatch between most laboratory experiments on costly punishment and behavior in the field. In the lab, experimental designs typically suppress retaliation. The same is true for most theoretical models of the co-evolution of costly punishment and cooperation, which a priori exclude the possibility of defectors punishing cooperators
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