Experience and decisions

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (2):160-160 (2003)
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Abstract

Game-theoretic rationality is not generally observed in human behavior. One important reason is that subjects do not perceive the tasks in the same way as the experimenters do. Moreover, the rich history of cooperation that participants bring into the laboratory affects the decisions they make.

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