Social imitation versus strategic choice, or consensus versus cooperation, in the networked Prisoner's Dilemma.

@article{Vilone2014SocialIV,
  title={Social imitation versus strategic choice, or consensus versus cooperation, in the networked Prisoner's Dilemma.},
  author={Daniele Vilone and Jos{\'e} J. Ramasco and Angel Mart{\'i}nez S{\'a}nchez and Maxi San Miguel},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={90 2},
  pages={022810}
}
The interplay of social and strategic motivations in human interactions is a largely unexplored topic in collective social phenomena. Whether individuals' decisions are taken in a purely strategic basis or due to social pressure without a rational background crucially influences the model outcome. Here we study a networked Prisoner's Dilemma in which decisions are made either based on the replication of the most successful neighbor's strategy (unconditional imitation) or by pure social… CONTINUE READING
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