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Priklopil, T., Chatterjee, K., Nowak, M. (2017). Optional interactions and suspicious behaviour facilitates trustful cooperation in prisoners dilemma. Journal of Theoretical Biology 433: 64-72 pdf
Priklopil, T. & Chatterjee, K. (2015). Evolution of decisions in population games with sequentially searching individuals. Games 6(4): 413-437 pdf
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