Charlie Strouse

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The Nash equilibrium predictions of standard game theory often fail in experimental tests. While innumerable refinements to Nash equilibrium have been suggested, they too fail in empirical tests. What seems apparent is that humans rely on a rich mixture of contextual cues and signals to determine how to strategize about their own choices and those of their(More)
Introduction Initial impressions are important for building reputation. While an initial impression does not constitute a complete reputation, it is critical for determining how someone is judged, and how subsequent information about that person is interpreted. The voluminous literature on stereotyping confirms this point (see MacRae, et al., 1996, for a(More)
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