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Game theory and experimental games : the study of strategic interaction

Author: Andrew M Colman
Publisher: Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1982.
Series: International series in experimental social psychology, v. 4.
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Game Theory and Experimental Games: The Study of Strategic Interaction is a critical survey of the essential ideas of game theory and the findings of empirical research on strategic interaction. Some experiments using lifelike simulations of familiar kinds of strategic interactions are presented, and applications of game theory to the study of voting, the theory of evolution, and moral philosophy are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Colman, Andrew M.
Game theory and experimental games.
(DLC) 82000461
(OCoLC)8494434
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew M Colman
ISBN: 9781483154671 148315467X
OCLC Number: 892068801
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 301 pages).
Contents: Front Cover; Game Theoryand Experimental Games: The Study of Strategic Interaction; Copyright Page; Introduction to the Series; Preface; Table ofContents; PART I:BACKGROUND; Chapter 1. Introduction; 1.1 Intuitive Background; 1.2 Abstract Models: Basic Terminology; 1.3 Skill, Chance, and Strategy; 1.4 Historical Background; 1.5 Summary; Chapter 2. One-Person Games; 2.1 Games Against Nature; 2.2 Certainty; 2.3 Risk; 2.4 Utility Theory; 2.5 Uncertainty; 2.6 Summary; Chapter 3. Pure Coordination Games and the Minimal Social Situation; 3.1 Strategic Collaboration; 3.2 Pure Coordination Games. 3.3 The Minimal Social Situation3.4 Summary; PART II:THEORY AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE; Chapter 4. Two-Person, Zero-Sum Games; 4.1 Strictly Competitive Games; 4.2 Extensive and Normal Forms; 4.3 Games With Saddle-Points; 4.4 Games Without Saddle-Points; 4.5 Dominance and Admissibility; 4.6 Methods for Finding Solutions; 4.7 Ordinal Payoffs and Incomplete Information; 4.8 Summary; Chapter 5. Experiments With Strictly Competitive Games; 5.1 Ideas Behind Experimental Games; 5.2 Review of Research on Non-Saddle-Point Games; 5.3 Review of Research on Saddle-Point Games. 5.4 Critique of Experimental Gaming5.5 Experiment I: Abstract and Lifelike StrictlyCompetitive Games; 5.6 Summary; Chapter 6. Two-Person, Mixed-Motive Games: Informal Game Theory; 6.1Mixed-Motive Games; 6.2Classification of 2 x 2 Mixed-Motive Games; 6.3Leader; 6.4Battle of the Sexes; 6.5Chicken; 6.6Prisoner's Dilemma; 6.7Comparison of the Archetypal 2 x 2 Games; 6.8Metagame Theory; 6.9Summary; Chapter 7. Experiments With Prisoner's Dilemma and Related Games; 7.1The Experimental Gaming Literature; 7.2Strategic Structure; 7.3Payoffs and Incentives; 7.4Circumstances of Play. 7.5Responses to Programmed Strategies7.6Sex Differences; 7.7 Attribution Effects; 7.8Investigations of Ecological Validity; 7.9Experiment II: Abstract and Lifelike Prisoner's Dilemma Games; 7.10Experiment III: Abstract and Lifelike Chicken Games; 7.11Summary; Chapter 8. Multi-Person Games: Social Dilemmas; 8.1 Multi-Person Game Theory; 8.2Non-Cooperative Games: Equilibrium Points; 8.3Cooperative Games: Characteristic Functions; 8.4Harold Pinter's ""The Caretaker""; 8.5The Shapley Value; 8.6The Dollar Auction Game and the Concorde Fallacy; 8.7Multi-Person Prisoner's Dilemma. 8.8 General Theory of Compound Games8.9Summary; Chapter 9. Experiments with Coalition, Auction, & Social Dilemma Games; 9.1 Multi-Person Experimental Games; 9.2 Coalition Formation; 9.3 Auction Games and Psychological Traps; 9.4 N-Person Prisoner's Dilemma; 9.5 Experiment IV: Abstract and Lifelike N-PersonPrisoner's Dilemmas; 9.6 Summary; PART III:APPLICATIONS; Chapter 10. Sincere Voting and Collective Choice Theory; 10.1 Background; 10.2 Alternatives, Voters, Preferences; 10.3 Axioms Concerning Individual Preferences; 10.4 Voting Procedures; 10.5 Condorcet's Paradox.
Series Title: International series in experimental social psychology, v. 4.
Responsibility: by Andrew M. Colman.

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Game Theory and Experimental Games: The Study of Strategic Interaction is a critical survey of the essential ideas of game theory and the findings of empirical research on strategic interaction. Some experiments using lifelike simulations of familiar kinds of strategic interactions are presented, and applications of game theory to the study of voting, the theory of evolution, and moral philosophy are discussed.Comprised of 13 chapters, this volume begins with an informal definition of game theory and an outline of the types of social situations to which it applies. Games of skill, games of cha.

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