Inquisit Scripts

Game of Chicken

The hawk-dove varation of chicken for children. The participant plays against a computerized opponent that varies between hawkish and dovish strategies.


(Requires Inquisit Lab to run locally)
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References

Rapoport, A. and Chammah, A.M. (1966). The Game of Chicken. American Behavioral Scientist, 10.

Maynard Smith, J. and Price, G.R. (1973). The logic of animal conflict. Nature, 246, 15–18.

Meux, E.P. Meux (1973) Concern for the common good in an N-person game. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 28, 414-418.

Hammerstein, P. (1981). The Role of Asymmetries in Animal Contests. Animal Behavior, 29, 193–205.

Kim, Y-G. (1995). Status signaling games in animal contests. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 176, 221–231.

Cressman, R. (1995). Evolutionary Stability for Two-stage Hawk-Dove Games. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics, 25, 145–155.

de Heus, P., Hoogervorst, N., & van Dijk, E. (2010) Framing prisoners and chickens: Valence effects in the prisoner’s dilemma and the chicken game. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 736-742.

Balliet, D., Li, N.P., Macfarlan, S.J., Van Vugt, M. (2011) Sex Differences in Cooperation: A Meta-Analytic Review of Social Dilemmas, Psychological Bulletin, 137, 881-909.

Links

Wikipedia Article. Wikipedia article on the game of chicken.

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