People learn other people's preferences through inverse decision-making
Alan Jern, Christopher G Lucas, Charles Kemp
Cognition | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2017
Awarded by NSF Grant
Awarded by NIMH Training Grant
We thank Dale Bremmer, Andrew Kemp, George Loewenstein, Mark Steyvers, Erte Xiao, Yuting Zhang, and multiple anonymous reviewers for feedback on the manuscript. Preliminary versions of this work were presented at the Cognitive Science and NIPS conferences. This work was supported by the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Opportunity Fund and by NSF Grant CDI-0835797. Alan Jern was supported in part by NIMH Training Grant T32MH019983. Icons in Fig. 1 were made by Freepik (http://www.freepik.com) and are licensed by CC BY 3.0.