In this course, we will explore how individual problem solving, judgment, and decision making can be influenced by interpersonal and developmental factors.
This course is part of the Mind and Machine Specialization
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What you will learn
Model the effects of multiple decision maker systems in various scenarios.
Analyze the Prisoner’s Dilemma and other Game Theory scenarios as a model of decision making and behavioral adaptation.
Discuss the relationships in genetic evolution models and developmental models of judgement and decision making.
Implement the design of autonomous agents as artificial life.
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Game Theory and Evolution
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