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The elementary dynamics of intergroup conflict and revenge

  • David Pietraszewski (a1)

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The psychology underlying revenge in an intergroup context is built around a small handful of recurrent interaction types. Analyzing the cost/benefit calculations of each agent's role within these interaction types provides a more precise way to characterize intergroup conflict and revenge. This in turn allows for more precise models of the psychology of intergroup conflict to be proposed and tested.

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Strayer, F. F. & Noel, J. M. (1986) The prosocial and antisocial functions of preschool aggression: An ethological study of triadic conflict among young children. In Altruism and aggression: Biological and social origins, ed. Zahn-Waxler, C., Cummings, E. M. & Iannotti, R., pp. 107–31. Cambridge University Press.

The elementary dynamics of intergroup conflict and revenge

  • David Pietraszewski (a1)

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