Cooperation and Self-Control Workshop
Registration & coffee
David Rand (Yale)
Cooperation, fast and slow: Meta-analytic evidence for a theory of social heuristics and self-interested deliberation.
Johannes Lohse (University of Heidelberg)
Understanding the cognitive processes that underly cooperative behaviour: Is cooperation really intuitive?
Natalie Gold (King's College London)
Cooperation & Self-control: Inter- and intra-personal team-reasoning.
James Thom (King's College London)
Delay Discounting as a Predictor of Cooperation.
Jeongbin Kim (Brown University)
Time preferences and cooperation in infinitely repeated games.
Don Ross (University of Cape Town)
Picoeconomics and social coordination.
Max Kleiman-Weiner (MIT)
Coordinate to cooperate or compete: Abstract goals and joint intentions in social interactions.
Lilian O'Brien (University College Cork)
Intention’s Reflexivity and the Psychology of Co-operation.
Friday 17th June
This workshop is funded by the European Research Council.