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Cognitive Aspects of Power in a Two-Level Game
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
  • Ion Juvina, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Christian Lebiere
  • Jolie M. Martin
  • Cleotilde Gonzalez
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
1-1-2011
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Abstract
The Intergroup Prisoner’s Dilemma with Intragroup Power Dynamics (IPD^2) is a new game paradigm for studying human behavior in conflict situations. IPD^2 adds the concept of intragroup power to an intergroup version of the standard Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma game. We conducted an exploratory laboratory study in which individual human participants played the game against computer strategies of various complexities. We also developed a cognitive model of human decision making in this game. The model was run in place of the human participant under the same conditions as in the laboratory study. Results from the human study and the model simulations are presented and discussed, emphasizing the value of including intragroup power in game theoretic models of conflict.
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Paper presented at the 4th International Conference, SBP 2011, College Park, MD, USA, March 29-31, 2011.

DOI
10.1007/978-3-642-19656-0_6
Citation Information
Ion Juvina, Christian Lebiere, Jolie M. Martin and Cleotilde Gonzalez. "Cognitive Aspects of Power in a Two-Level Game" Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 6589 (2011) p. 34 - 41 ISSN: 978-3-642-19656-0
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ion_juvina/16/