Intuition, deliberation, and the evolution of cooperation

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Is deliberative self-control necessary to reign in selfish impulses, or does rational self-interest restrain the intuitive desire to cooperate? To answer this question, we introduce dual-process cognition into a formal game theoretic model of the evolution of cooperation. Agents play a mix of 1-shot and repeated Prisoner’s Dilemmas. They can either use “intuition”, which is not sensitive to game t...

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