Game Theory is used in a variety of fields to explore how people (and other animals) should make decisions when the actions of others are involved in the outcome. Game theory can tell us the optimal solution in these kinds of interactions. However, failing to employ an optimal strategy can reveal a great deal about the psychological processes involved in decision making. This course offers an introduction to game theory and explores why organisms fail to make optimal decisions. (Cannot be taken for credit after PY 135.) Meets the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World requirement. (Not offered 2018-19).
Prerequisite: Psychology 202, and either 309, 332 or 344.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Spring 2018||Block 7||Behavioral Game Theory||John Horner||Tutt Science Building 214||25/0||07/19/2018|