Constructivist and ecological rationality in economics by Smith V.L.

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7%. FHSS conclude that fairness alone cannot account for behavior in the ultimatum game. This is correct, but, equally of interest, why are dictators giving away nearly a quarter of their endowment? This research puzzle was picked up by HMSS who conjectured that such generosity might be, at least in part, a consequence of the incompleteness of anonymity. In all the games prior to the HMSS study the members of each player pair were anonymous with respect to each other but not with respect to the experimenter who knew every person’s decision.

88–9). 61 Loss can occur either from lack of function or the stimulus of developmental experience. Block or distort sensory input, and function is impaired; impair function by brain lesions or inherited deficiency, and development is compromised. This model is consistent with the hypothesis that the mind is organized by interactive modules (circuits) that are specialized for vision, for language learning, for socialization and a host of other functions. (See Cosmides and Tooby, 1992; Pinker, 1995).

We are only at the beginning of this enterprise, but its promise suggests a fundamental change in how we think, observe and model decision in all its contexts. ” Human Ecology, 3, pp. 183–207. , and P. J.

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