Paul Rauwolf
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Value homophily benefits cooperation but motivates employing incorrect social information
P Rauwolf, D Mitchell, JJ Bryson
Journal of theoretical biology 367, 246-261, 2015
192015
On the reliability of unreliable information: Gossip as cultural memory
D Mitchell, JJ Bryson, P Rauwolf, GPD Ingram
Interaction Studies 17 (1), 1-18, 2016
82016
Understanding the ubiquity of self-deception: the evolutionary utility of incorrect information
P Rauwolf
University of Bath, 2016
52016
Expectations of fairness and trust co-evolve in environments of partial information
P Rauwolf, JJ Bryson
Dynamic Games and Applications 8 (4), 891-917, 2018
32018
Trust, Communication, and Inequality
J Bryson, P Rauwolf
22016
Modelling normative awareness: First considerations
P Rauwolf, T Balke, M De Vos
Social Coord.: Principles, Artefacts & Theories, 2013
22013
Exploring the utility of internal whistleblowing in healthcare via agent-based models
P Rauwolf, A Jones
BMJ open 9 (1), 2019
12019
On the reliability of unreliable information: Gossip as cultural
D Mitchell, JJ Bryson, P Rauwolf, GPD Ingram
12016
Hostility is associated with self-reported cognitive and social benefits across massively multiplayer online role-playing game player roles
CM Smith, P Rauwolf, J Intriligator, RD Rogers
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 2020
2020
Manage Your Stress
C Wilson
SAGE Publications Limited, 2019
2019
Expectations of Fairness and Trust Coevolve Because of Partial Information
JJ Bryson, P Rauwolf
Dynamic Games and Applications, 2017
2017
Selective Pressure for the Divergence in Decision and Experienced Utility
P RAUWOLF, JJ BRYSON
Collective Intelligence, 2014
2014
Transfer or no transfer: The key role of learning specificity
P Rauwolf, L Berthouze
Epigenetic Robotics, 2010
2010
Towards a Computational Model of Normative Awareness
P Rauwolf, T Balke, M De Vos
Fairness Evolves with Partial Information of Partner Choice
P Rauwolf, JJ Bryson
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