By Peter Larson, David Arp, Claudia Arp, Heather Larson
Create immense Romance on a Small Budget
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3. Results 39 ary success than the strictly reciprocal KBB under a large range of conditions. They tentatively interpret this result as evidence for the advantages of being unconditionally cooperative in an environment with scarce and uncertain opportunities to receive help. We argue that another conclusion may also be possible. It is plausible that being so unconditionally cooperative still makes Commitment more exploitable in comparison with conditional cooperators. The relative success of Commitment in comparison with KBB may rather be a result of KBB’s disadvantageous feature to disrupt relationships too readily when some mishap occurs.
The idea behind a proximate explanation for commitment is that through repeated positive interactions, people’s view of a committed relationship becomes systematically biased in comparison with a strictly instrumental perspective. When the relationship later takes a negative turn, this positively biased perspective for commitment makes stay behavior and cooperation more likely than otherwise expected. According to the mere exposure effect (originally described by Zajonc, 1968), when being repeatedly subject to a nonrepulsive stimulus, one develops a positive affect toward the stimulus.
If the utility of all possible decisions falls below the threshold utility, no help is given to anyone. Otherwise, if there is more than one other agent with highest utility, the agent chooses randomly. As an addition to this rule, if an agent ai is asked to donate by another agent aj with whom ai has had no prior interaction (therefore all situationspecific parameters are 0), ai assumes that AHij = 1. In other words, agents behave as if a successful interaction has already taken place between them.
$10 Great Dates: Connecting Love, Marriage, and Fun on a Budget by Peter Larson, David Arp, Claudia Arp, Heather Larson