Multiple interactive public goods games allows for exploration of evolutionary mechanisms that maintain cooperation

Abstract

Cooperative behaviors are both prevalent and perplexing because selfish behaviors often return higher immediate fitness benefits. Additionally, cooperative behaviors are a prominent component of the human behavioral repertoire and therefore represent a useful teaching tool. To use cooperation as a teaching tool, I present software where students participate… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12052-014-0019-y

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