Chimpanzees successfully play the Ultimatum Game: Apes' sense of fairness confirmed
One of the most interesting experiments in economics is known as the ultimatum game. It deftly gets at a fundamental truth of human nature…
Ultimatum Game Two players bargain (anonymously) to divide a fixed amount between them. P1 (proposer) offers a division of the “pie” P2 (responder) decides.
The ultimatum game is the ultimate test of fairness, and chimpanzees passed the test by going for the fair options.
Rajoy, la investidura y el dilema del 'Ultimatum game'
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I'd rather give a chance then give an ultimatum, but a chance is just that, a chance.
Note to self : Because we all have choices, and if you let other people define your character, you really can't blame them for yourself not being strong enough.
We Aren’t the World By Ethan Watters • February 25, 2013 • 4:00 AM (Illustration: Mark McGinnis) Share on facebook Share on twitter S...