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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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Trust in the Workplace and Community: The Role of Social Interactions

Extending the literature on social capital development in the community, this article examines the impact of diverse social interactions on the development of social trust in the workplace and investigates whether their effects differ in individualistic and collectivistic cultures. Using … Continue reading

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Cooperation and trust in group context

This paper is mainly about cooperation as a collective action in a group context (acting in a position or participating in the performance of a group task, etc.), although the assumption of the presence of a group context is not … Continue reading

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Love as Dependency, Attachment, Trust, and Honesty

This chapter discusses the experience and expression of dependency, attachment, trust, and honesty in love. In positive ways, these experiences create the feelings of security and comfort, yet, in case of violation of expectations makes people suffering. One topic, which … Continue reading

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Effects of social experience on trust decisions and neural reward circuitry

The human striatum is integral for reward-processing and supports learning by linking experienced outcomes with prior expectations. Recent endeavors implicate the striatum in processing outcomes of social interactions, such as social approval/rejection, as well as in learning reputations of others. … Continue reading

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Computational Modelling of Trust and Social Relationships

A computational model for the development of social relationships is described. The model implements agent strategies for social interaction based on Dunbar’s Social Brain Hypothesis (SBH). A trust related process controls the formation and decay of relationships as a function … Continue reading

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Building Trust: Increased Heart Rate Synchrony during Joint Action

People who trust each other often find their hearts beat in step with one another when collaborating on a task. Scientists are puzzled by the phenomenon. Throughout human evolution, cooperation has always been a vital ingredient in our species’ survival. … Continue reading

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Trust: Self-interest and the Common Good

Trust – our belief in the truth or reliability of someone or something – lies at the very heart of our relationships, our society and our everyday lives. Much of the time we take it for granted. And yet trust, … Continue reading

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Sociology of Trust

Trust is at issue when someone makes oneself vulnerable to another who can harm if the trust is misplaced. The recipient of trust is either trustworthy or not, and much of the literature revolves around the evaluation of the trustworthiness … Continue reading

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Collaborating across Cultures – Cultural Metacognition and Trust in Creative Collaboration

We propose that managers adept at thinking about their cultural assumptions (cultural metacognition) are more likely than others to develop affect-based trust in their relationships with people from different cultures, enabling creative collaboration. Study 1, a multi-rater assessment of managerial … Continue reading

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