Cooperation and Competition, LUCID 2013

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  • 1. Last time, we saw how networks can spread ideas and emotions, and how they can be used to examine the behavior of groups.
  • 2. And now...
  • 3. One, two, three, four, we declare a LUCID thumb war!
  • 4. Pair up with someone next to you. Do as many thumb wars as you can in two minutes. No talking for the first minute. Report your scores to your LUCID faculty member.
  • 5. A prize will be awarded to each of the three top-scoring thumb wrestlers. The LUCID section with the highest collective score will get pizza for an upcoming small session meeting.
  • 6. Dealing with Cheaters Among Us
  • 7. The Situation Tells us your partner did it: - keep your prize and - partner’s prize taken away. Tell us nothing: - half your prize taken away.
  • 8. A Cooperates A deprived of half the prize B Cooperates B deprived of half the prize
  • 9. A Defects A deprived fully of the prize B Defects B deprived fully of the prize
  • 10. A Defects A keeps the entire prize B Cooperates B deprived fully of the prize
  • 11. A Cooperates A deprived fully of the prize B Defects B keeps the entire prize
  • 12. A Cooperates A Defects A deprived of half the prize B Defects B deprived of half the prize B deprived fully of the prize A deprived fully of the prize B Cooperates A keeps the entire prize A deprived fully of the prize B keeps the entire prize B deprived fully of the prize
  • 13. A Cooperates A Defects A deprived of A half the prize B Defects B deprived of B half the prize BB deprived fully of the prize A deprived fully A of the prize B Cooperates A keeps the A entire prize A deprived fully A of the prize B keeps the B entire prize B deprived fully B of the prize
  • 14. The Prisoner’s Dilemma.
  • 15. Individual and the Group Competition and Cooperation
  • 16. Multiple Levels of Competition and Cooperation
  • 17. Academic Institutions
  • 18. PI
  • 19. Grad Student PI Grad Student
  • 20. PI Grad Student Post-Doc Post-Doc Grad Student
  • 21. Research Lab
  • 22. Research Lab Research Lab Research Lab Research Lab
  • 23. nt Department Department
  • 24. University Univ
  • 25. Academia
  • 26. Laura Stenzel College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • 27. employee
  • 28. employee employee employee employee employee
  • 29. Individuals within a store: - Compete for hours, pay, and recognition - Cooperate to meet store needs, serve products, and raise store profit
  • 30. Starbucks Store
  • 31. Starbucks Starbucks Store Store Starbucks Store Starbucks Store
  • 32. Stores within an area: - Compete with other starbucks stores (and other businesses!) for quality staff, customers, and sales. - Cooperate with other stores to increase foot traffic, share materials & resources, and spread company information.
  • 33. Starbucks Starbucks Store Store Starbucks Store Starbucks Store
  • 34. Dis ct District District
  • 35. Districts within the company: - Compete with other districts for new store locations, management staff, customers, and sales. - Cooperate to ensure consistent product standards, uphold legal regulations, and drive company sales.
  • 36. Starbucks Chain Teav
  • 37. The Starbucks Chain: - Competes with other franchises the corporation owns to increase stockholder attention, develop new marketing techniques, & drive sales to increase name growth. - Cooperates with other chains to ensure growth of sales for the corporation, ensure product availability, and to follow proper legal regulations.
  • 38. Starbucks Corporation
  • 39. Ideas and Collective Behavior
  • 40. Thought
  • 41. Thought Thought Thought Thought Thought
  • 42. Idea
  • 43. Idea Idea Idea Idea
  • 44. Person
  • 45. on Person Person
  • 46. Small Social Groups
  • 47. Social + Ecological Systems
  • 48. HumanEnvironm
  • 49. Shopping Mall Food Courts
  • 50. employee
  • 51. employee employee employee employee employee
  • 52. QSR
  • 53. QSR QSR QSR
  • 54. Food Court Shop Store Store
  • 55. Food Court Clothing
  • 56. Shopping Mall
  • 57. Suburban Ecosystem
  • 58. Regional Landscape
  • 59. Reality TV Shows
  • 60. contestant
  • 61. contestant testant ontestant contestant contestant
  • 62. Subgroup Subgroup Subgroup
  • 63. Survivor Show Full
  • 64. TV Station TV S
  • 65. Broadcast Television
  • 66. Apples and Oranges
  • 67. pear apple orange grapes
  • 68. grasses shrubs cacti trees
  • 69. Fruit Types Fruit Types
  • 70. Reproductive Strategy
  • 71. Multicellular Organisms
  • 72. Living Things
  • 73. Humanity’s Conflicted Nature
  • 74. Courage in light of this
  • 75. Networks present us with challenges and opportunities to be individually or collectively oriented.
  • 76. Rosa Parks and The Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • 77. Freedom Summer