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Trust and Norms for Interaction

Cooperation is the fundamental underpinning of multi-agent systems, allowing agents to interact to achieve their goals. However, agents must manage the risk associated with interacting with others who have different objectives, or who may fail to fulfill their commitments. In this paper, we consider the … Continue reading

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Why is it bad to make a Mess? Preschoolers’ conceptions of Pragmatic Norms

A common type of transgression in early childhood involves creating inconvenience, for instance by spilling, playing with breakable objects, or otherwise interfering with others’ activities. Despite the prevalence of such pragmatic transgressions, little is known about children’s conceptions of norms … Continue reading

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