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07/20/2016

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Reinforcement Learning Explains Conditional Cooperation and Its Moody Cousin

Repeated interaction is one of the main mechanisms to sustain cooperation under social dilemmas involving two individuals. For larger groups, experiments employing repeated multiplayer social dilemma games have suggested that humans often show conditional cooperation behavior. Ezaki et al. provide a proximate account for this behavior.

Reinforcement Learning Explains Conditional Cooperation and Its Moody Cousin

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07/27/2016

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Nick, Jenna and Fumiaki discuss their recent contributions to the new PLOS Medicine special issue on diabetes prevention.

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