Jean-Philippe Bonardi

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The imitation of successful peers is often heralded as an intelligent shortcut to reduce individual learning costs. Using computer simulations, we demonstrate that this advice can be ill-founded and harmful in a cognitive inference task involving continuous learning. In particular, success-based imitators perform worse than both learners who integrate the(More)
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