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April 17, 2012

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Rob

The first set of results does not necessarily suggest that personality isn't important, rather that reciprocity is a near-universal trait. This is fairly close to what most game theorists would predict. In fact, it suggests that personality might matter a lot, because the person who makes the first move sets the tone for all later interactions, since the later interactions are all governed by reciprocity.

chris

@ Rob - but personality only accounts for a quarter of the variation in 1st moves.

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I am totally agree with Rob,that "personality only accounts for a quarter of the variation in 1st moves". This theme made me think about a lot of things around us.

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