InformationWelcome to the Social Dilemmas webpage.
Please visit regularly for news and updates about the program.
March 11, 2010For the game theory test, the quota on question 8 is 5 votes. (ie a majority of votes).
March 11, 2010
Please upload power points,spread sheets and reports from your community service projects. We would like to share these with the center for community based learning on campus, with your permission.
March 10, 2010
Signup for evaluations on the moodle site
March 10, 2010
The Game Theory test is posted in the assignments section of the webpage.
March 10, 2010
The Game theory test will be posted at 3:15 today. If you would like last minute help before it is posted please make use of the Wednesday tutor session from 1:00-3:00.
March 10, 2010
March 9, 2010
Meet in the CAL for student presentations at 9:00 on Wed.
March 6, 2010
The portfolio checklist is in the handouts section of the webpage
March 2, 2010
The For All Practical Purposes Ch 12 reading is missing the excercises. I have posted these on the assignments page.
February 3, 2010
Pleased hand in the chi-squared lab assignment by uploading your Excel sheet to the
February 1, 2010
The Game Theory Take Home test on fairness is now posted.
January 30, 2010
Game Theory Study Groups
Jerae has set up a Facebook page where people can exchange info. to get together to study for the Game Theory Quiz (and beyond). Here's the link:
January 25, 2010
Reminder: Research Proposal Due Friday, Week 4.
While volunteering with your community organization, discuss project ideas with your contact person, formulate questions, and prepare a project proposal. Your project proposal should include the name of the organization and the contact details of your contact person, in addition to a one page summary of what you intend to do with the organization on weekly basis. State your research question and the type of data you will use to answer it. (due: Fri. January 29th)
January 20, 2010
Upload your lab to our moodle site.
Please visit the Games and Behavior assignment site to answer some online questions about bargaining. The course number is 1653.
January 11, 2010
We have posted a list of local volunteer organizations that you may want to approach in the Handouts section of our website. There you will also find the assignment handout for the volunteer / research project.
January 10, 2010
Here is an interesting article in the Washington Post about the Health Care negotiations with lots of connections to the ideas behind negotiations and coalitions what we have been (and will be) talking about this quarter.
January 6, 2010
The cohort meets Thursday at 9am at Lecture Hall 1. After the cohort presentation, we will divide into discussion groups to work with students and faculty from the other cohort programs. (See the list below.)
We re-assemble Thursday at 12:30 in Sem2 E2105. At that time we'll be talking about the short reading by Annette Baier.
Here's a list of who's in which cohort discussion group, and where you'll be meeting:
Seminar 2 B 3109: Arun
• Coleman, Erin • Donnelly, Jillian • Erickson, Peter • Kypuros, Alex • Brogger, Grant P.
Library 1003: Elizabeth
• Fenton, Chris• Flynn, Cara • Hoeschler, Casey • Kelly, Jerae • Le, Thanh K.
Sem 2 E 3109: Toska
• Levvi, Jah'di • Matson, Juliann• Nowell, Andrew • O'Callaghan, Michael • Patsula, Jazmine
Sem 2 C 3109: Rebecca
• Leschber, Eric • Richards, Keziah • Sitzes, Leah • Street, Travis • Tegtmeyer, Tara
Lab 2 2211: David
• Babcock, Robert • Carvajal, Andrew • Hendrix, Alex • Tharp, Surinthia
Sem 2 B 2107: Joe
• Speers, Douglas • McCaslin, Christopher • Walsh, Mickey• Ziada, Amirah
January 4, 2010
As you begin looking for places to do your community-based volunteer project, it's important to think about both what you will get out of it and what the organization you're working with will get out of it. Here's a link to an article in the
New York Times
about how student volunteers can really help (or hinder) the work of community service organizations. We'll have a visit on Thurs. afternoon from two people who work at the Center for Community Based Learning and Action, with lots of ideas about places where your volunteer work will be appreciated.
December 23, 2009
If you are just joining Social Dilemmas for Winter, you might want to review what we did during Fall quarter. To see material from Fall quarter, visit the Fall quarter website. You can also see the old news items below (the posting dates for those items will let you know what weeks they were for).
November 28, 2009
A list of Winter quarter textbooks is now available on the resources page.
November 17, 2009
Here is the data entry form for this week's lab. Upload your completed spreadsheet for Lab 3 on t-tests at the moodle website (due Dec 2nd). Don't forget to complete this week's Games and Behavior assignment. You can do that when you are waiting for class data to be downloaded.
October 27, 2009
Use the following form to enter the data for Wednesday's Lab. Upload your completed spread sheet when you have finished it (Due Wednesday November 4th). Don't forget to complete this week's Games and Behavior assignment. You can do that when you are waiting for class data to be downloaded.
October 19, 2009
Please complete the third assignment at the Games and Behavior website by this Friday.
October 10, 2009
Please complete the second assignment at the Games and Behavior website by this Friday. The course number is 1653 and your initial password will be given out in class.
Please also visit our program Moodle site. This is a site where we have posted your pictures. We will also use to as a place for you to upload computer assignments in the future.
October 9, 2009
Check out the list so far of BASIC VALUES .
We'll continue to work with, and revise this list.
August 27th, 2009
Here' a link to the list of Winter and Fall textbooks.