games<br />
Peek a boo + attachment theory<br />“Attachment theory emphasizes the behaviour and responsivity to the primary caregiver(...
A bit of game theory:<br />Game structure<br />	Players<br />Rules<br />	Stakes/Payoffs<br />Types of games<br />Zero sum/...
Symbolism / abstraction<br />
Politics / behavior<br />
Complexity / intellect<br />
Power dynamics<br />
What constitutes a game?<br />What happens when the outcome of the game is undeterminable?<br />Passage<br />Can the game ...
Conways game of life<br />4 simple rules<br />	1) Any cell with 2 on neighbors stays as is<br />2) Any “on” cell with 4 or...
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Game theory

  1. 1. games<br />
  2. 2. Peek a boo + attachment theory<br />“Attachment theory emphasizes the behaviour and responsivity to the primary caregiver(s) as well as the need for a secure base, the problematic effects of poor attachments, of seperation and of loss.”<br /> -Cambridge handbook of psychology, health and medicine<br />What was the first game you played?<br />
  3. 3. A bit of game theory:<br />Game structure<br /> Players<br />Rules<br /> Stakes/Payoffs<br />Types of games<br />Zero sum/non-zero sum (chess / prisoners dilemma)<br />Cooperative/non-cooperative<br />Perfect information/imperfect information<br />?? ( passage, penguins)<br />
  4. 4. Symbolism / abstraction<br />
  5. 5. Politics / behavior<br />
  6. 6. Complexity / intellect<br />
  7. 7. Power dynamics<br />
  8. 8. What constitutes a game?<br />What happens when the outcome of the game is undeterminable?<br />Passage<br />Can the game impose control?<br /> Penguins<br />Can you enter into a game unknowingly?<br />
  9. 9. Conways game of life<br />4 simple rules<br /> 1) Any cell with 2 on neighbors stays as is<br />2) Any “on” cell with 4 or more on neighbors turns off next generation<br /> 3) Any “on” cell with 1 or 0 on neighbors turns off next generation<br /> 4) Any “off” cell with 3 on neighbors turns on next generation<br />Emergent behavior<br />Blinker, gliders<br /> Simulation of crowds<br /> Is it a game?<br />

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