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*  Sperm competition
Offensive adaptation behavior differs from defensive behavior because it involves an attempt to ruin the chances of another ... Such characteristics lead to morphological adaptations that suit the purposes of cooperative methods during competition. For ... This offensive behavior is facilitated by the presence of certain traits, which are called armaments. An example of an armament ... Animal Behavior. Sixth Edition. 429-519. Baker, Robin 1996. Sperm Wars: The Science of Sex ISBN 0-7881-6004-4. Eberhard, ...
*  Evolutionary game theory
The strategy employed is Tit-for-Tat which alters behaviors based on the action taken by a partner in the previous round - i.e ... In a Cooperative or Mutualistic relationship both "donor" and "recipient" are almost indistinguishable as both gain a benefit ... Classical non-cooperative game theory was conceived by John von Neumann to determine optimal strategies in competitions between ... But many lifeforms are incapable of mixed behavior - they only exhibit one strategy (known as a pure strategy). If the game is ...
*  Natural experiment
SSRN 636508 . van den Assem; van Dolder; Thaler (2012). "Split or Steal? Cooperative Behavior When the Stakes Are Large". ... such as decision making under risk and cooperative behavior. An example of a natural experiment occurred in Helena, Montana ... Game shows have been used to study a wide range of different types of economic behavior, ...
*  Three degrees of influence
Fowler, James H.; Christakis, Nicholas A. (2010). "Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks". Proceedings of the ... Or, it might be much more effective to motivate clusters of people to avoid criminal behavior than to act upon individuals or ... including one experiment involving 61,000,000 people that showed spread of voting behavior out to two degrees of separation. A ... Christakis and Fowler found that social networks have great influence on individuals' behavior. But social influence does not ...
*  Cooperation
M.J. van den Assem, D. van Dolder and R.H. Thaler (2010). "Split or Steal? Cooperative Behavior When the Stakes are Large" An ... It has been observed that image scoring[clarification needed] promotes cooperative behavior in situations where direct ... Cooperative Behavior when the Stakes are Large". SSRN 1592456 . CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Olsen, ... This behavior appears, however, to occur mostly between relatives. Spending time and resources assisting a related individual ...
*  James H. Fowler
Fowler, James H.; Christakis, Nicholas A. (2010). "Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks". Proceedings of the ... "Heritability of Cooperative Behavior in the Trust Game" (PDF). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105 (10): 3721- ... In Connected, they put forward their "three degrees of influence" rule about human behavior, which theorizes that each person's ... Centola, Damon (2010). "The Spread of Behavior in an Online Social Network Experiment". Science. 329 (5995): 1194-1197. doi: ...
*  Theridiidae
PDF Cooperative behavior of Anelosimus jabaquara (2002). PDF Arnedo, M.A., Coddington, J., Agnarsson, I. & Gillespie, R.G. ( ... Foraging Behavior of the Hawaiian Happy Face Spider (Araneae, Theridiidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 87 ... Behavior of the Kleptoparasitic Spider Argyrodes-Elevatus (Araneae, Theridiidae). Animal Behaviour, 27: 515-521. Platnick, N.I ... Journal of Insect Behavior, 15: 791-809 [1] Benjamin, Suresh P. & Zschokke, Samuel 2003. Webs of theridiid spiders: ...
*  Co-operation (evolution)
Situations in nature that are subject to the same dynamics (rewards and penalties) as the PDG define cooperative behavior: it ... Additionally, some species have been found to perform cooperative behaviors that may be detrimental to their own evolutionary ... van den Assem; van Dolder; Thaler (2012). "Split or Steal? Cooperative Behavior when the Stakes are Large". SSRN 1592456 . ... There are striking parallels between cooperative behavior and exaggerated sexual ornaments displayed by some animals, ...
*  Stephanie Seguino
Seguino, Stephanie; Stevens, Thomas; Lutz, Mark (1996). "Gender and cooperative behavior: economic man rides alone". Feminist ...
*  Richard Thaler
Cooperative Behavior When the Stakes Are Large" (PDF). Management Science. 58 (1): 2-20. doi:10.1287/mnsc.1110.1413. ISSN 0025- ... In a nod to the sometimes-unreasonable behavior he has studied so extensively, he also joked that he intended to spend the ... in which he documented individual instances of economic behavior that seemed to violate traditional microeconomic theory. In a ... "American professor wins Nobel Prize in economics for trying to understand bad human behavior". The Washington Post. Retrieved ...
*  Nicholas A. Christakis
J.H. Fowler and N.A. Christakis, "Cooperative Behavior Cascades in Social Networks," Proceedings of the National Academy of ... Fowler, JH; Christakis, NA (2010). "Cooperative Behavior Cascades in Human Social Networks" (PDF). Proceedings of the National ... In Connected, Christakis and Fowler put forward their "three degrees of influence" rule about human behavior, which theorizes ... Christakis, NA; Fowler, JH (2008). "Quitting in Droves: Collective Dynamics of Smoking Behavior in a Large Social Network" (PDF ...
*  Management
Design and implement reward systems that support cooperative behavior. They also make decision and share ideas with top ... organizational behavior, organizational theory, strategic management, accounting, corporate finance, entertainment, global ...
*  Dictator game
"Heritability of cooperative behavior in the trust game" (PDF). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105 (10): 3721- ... Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 1:39-60 ; Bylsma, W. H., and Major, B. 1992. Two routes to eliminating gender ... A recent pair of studies suggests that behavior in this game is heritable. The idea that the highly mixed results of the ... conducted a study to evaluate the effects of perceived attractiveness on decision-making behavior and altruism in the standard ...
*  Politeness theory
This is most often expressed in obvious non-cooperative behavior. Examples: interrupting, non sequiturs. The speaker ... In 1964, socio-psychologist Edward E. Jones wrote a book on ingratiation and defines it as "a class of strategic behaviors ... In his 1967 work, Interaction Ritual: Essays on Face-to-Face Behavior, Goffman posits numerous times that with every remark ... Goffman, Erving (1967). Interaction Ritual: Essays on Face-to-Face Behavior. New York: Doubleday. Watts, Richard J.; Ide, ...
*  Phosphoglycerate dehydrogenase
L-serine binding has been shown to exhibit cooperative behavior. Interestingly, mutants that decreased this cooperativity also ...
*  Male reproductive alliances
For direct reciprocity to lead to stable cooperative behavior, the probability of the two cooperative individuals encountering ... as a specific case of cooperative competition. Such cooperative behavior, however, does not necessarily result in the equal ... This behavior becomes even more striking when it occurs within the context of cooperative reproduction, where individuals ... Male alliances involve complex interactions with many costs and benefits, making the study of such cooperative behavior both ...
*  Belongingness
Researchers found that charisma and belongingness increased cooperative behavior among employees. Charismatic leaders influence ... Specifically speaking of adolescent suicidal behavior, the theory proposes that suicidal behavior is a result of individuals ... Conformity is the act of changing one's actions, attitudes, and behaviors to match the norms of others. Norms are unsaid rules ... This is important in regard to rapport building and forming new social relationships-we mirror the behaviors we are supposed to ...
*  Green-beard effect
showed that S. cerevisiae is a model for cooperative behavior evolution. When this yeast expresses FLO1 in the laboratory, ... In 2006, green beard-like recognition was seen in the cooperative behavior among color morphs in side-blotched lizards, ...
*  Procedural justice
Conversely, discretionary behavior is motivated by internal values and is seen as more cooperative and therefore ideal within a ... Mandatory behavior is defined by Tyler and Blader as behavior that is required by the group and thus is motivated by incentives ... and cooperative behavior". Personality and Social Psychology Review. 7 (4): 349-361. doi:10.1207/s15327957pspr0704_07. Tom R. ... with higher identification leading to discretionary and more desirable behavior.[citation needed] The idea of procedural ...
*  Cooperative strategy
Cooperative behavior gives a company values that can not be achieved independently. Reach stakeholders interests to reduce ... Cooperative strategy refers to a planning strategy in which two or more firms work together in order to achieve a common ... Cooperative strategy has been recently applied by companies that want to open their markets and have a liberalist vision of ... A cooperative strategy gives a company advantages, specially to companies that have a lack of competitiveness, know how or ...
*  Samea multiplicalis
Often, groups of larvae display cooperative behavior when they feed in groups. They collectively construct a silk canopy over ... This behavior doesn't usually mitigate the poor quality food, however, and larvae on nitrogen-depleted host plants still ... This behavior offers protection from predation, decreasing larval mortality. Nitrogen is very important nutrient for larval ... When nitrogen levels are especially low, larvae show compensatory feeding behavior, increasing their already high feeding rate ...
*  Sociocybernetics
... aims to generate a general theoretical framework for understanding cooperative behavior. It claims to give a ... and the behavior of individuals more generally) in practice and then to devise better ways of harnessing and intervening in ... and find ways of intervening in the parallel network of social forces that influence human behavior. Sociocyberneticists' task ...
*  Andrew Kliman
Intellectual autonomous zones need to be created." (2) "cooperative behavior and attitudes, not uncooperative ones, need to be ...
*  Game theory in communication networks
Coalitional game theory is a branch of game theory that deals with cooperative behavior. In a coalitional game, the key idea is ... In this context, coalitional game theory proves to be a powerful tool for modeling cooperative behavior in many wireless ... Thus, the potential interactions among them can be modeled through non-cooperative games. The researchers in this field often ... so as to make sure that the optimality loss compared to a cooperative - centrally controlled setting - is kept at a minimum. ...
*  Pharaoh ant
Thus, nest units may exchange individuals after budding occurs, further explaining their cooperative behavior. In Australia, ... In non-aggressive behavior, antennation occurs when the two ants meet. In the case of Monomorium pharaonis, behavior is almost ... When social ants encounter ants from another colony, behavior can be either aggressive or non-aggressive. Aggressive behavior ... The second behavior is called alternation. If given the continuous choice between food groups, pharaoh ants will tend to ...
*  Slobbovia
... put aside their differences to organize a new cooperative state, where each of these rulers would put at least half of their ... known for their churlish behavior) and other medieval/ancient sources made appearances (reflecting gaming cross-over by several ...
*  Three-spined stickleback
Stickleback behavior is often cited as an archetypal example of cooperative behavior during predator inspection. Fish from ... Some evidence indicates the existence of cooperative behavior among three-spined sticklebacks, mainly cooperative predator ... It displays elaborate breeding behavior (defending a territory, building a nest, taking care of the eggs and fry) and it can be ... Both examples of stickleback behavior demonstrate the elements of a strategy of cooperation that may resemble tit-for-tat. The ...