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Talk: New evidence for co-efficient planning in joint action, Georgina Torok (CEU)
Previously, we found that people distribute sub-tasks in a sequential joint action setting in a co-efficient manner, i.e. they choose movement paths that minimize the aggregate costs of action for the dyad. These solutions were in general favored over individualistic decisions, which could minimize costs either for the self or the other. To replicate the effect in a different task and to better explore potential individual differences in decision-making, we ran an experiment with an object matching paradigm. I will present the results of this experiment, analyzed using a Bayesian logistic regression model.