Ultimatum Game Two players bargain (anonymously) to divide a fixed amount between them. P1 (proposer) offers a division of the “pie” P2 (responder) decides.

Ultimatum Game Two players bargain (anonymously) to divide a fixed amount between them. P1 (proposer) offers a division of the “pie” P2 (responder) decides.

Chimpanzees successfully play the Ultimatum Game: Apes' sense of fairness confirmed

Chimpanzees successfully play the Ultimatum Game: Apes' sense of fairness confirmed

The ultimatum game is the ultimate test of fairness, and chimpanzees passed the test by going for the fair options.

The ultimatum game is the ultimate test of fairness, and chimpanzees passed the test by going for the fair options.

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One of the most interesting experiments in economics is known as the ultimatum game. It deftly gets at a fundamental truth of human nature…

One of the most interesting experiments in economics is known as the ultimatum game. It deftly gets at a fundamental truth of human nature…

Rajoy, la investidura y el dilema del 'Ultimatum game'

Rajoy, la investidura y el dilema del 'Ultimatum game'

Wii Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 (Nintendo Wii, 2009) B2D3

Wii Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 (Nintendo Wii, 2009) B2D3

Joe Henrich, Steven Heine, and Ara Norenzayan are shaking up psychology and economics with their view of how culture shapes human thought and behavior.

Joe Henrich, Steven Heine, and Ara Norenzayan are shaking up psychology and economics with their view of how culture shapes human thought and behavior.

According to renowned economist Paul Romer, charter cities can create positive externalities. On the other hand, there is a puzzle known as ‘ultimatum game’ in economics. The gist of the puzzle is that in some cases, people tend to think more about how the other would benefit rather than thinking about their own benefits in …

According to renowned economist Paul Romer, charter cities can create positive externalities. On the other hand, there is a puzzle known as ‘ultimatum game’ in economics. The gist of the puzzle is that in some cases, people tend to think more about how the other would benefit rather than thinking about their own benefits in …

"As Heine, Norenzayan, and Henrich furthered their search, they began to find research suggesting wide cultural differences almost everywhere they looked: in spatial reasoning, the way we infer the motivations of others, categorization, moral reasoning, the boundaries between the self and others, and other arenas. These differences, they believed, were not genetic..."

"As Heine, Norenzayan, and Henrich furthered their search, they began to find research suggesting wide cultural differences almost everywhere they looked: in spatial reasoning, the way we infer the motivations of others, categorization, moral reasoning, the boundaries between the self and others, and other arenas. These differences, they believed, were not genetic..."

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