DINO model - Dynamics of Internalization and Dissemination of Norms (1.1.0)
The DINO model (Dynamics of Internalization and Dissemimnation of Norms) simulates a conceptual model on the dynamics of norm internalization in the decision-making framework of a 3-person prisoner’s dilemma game.
The influence of personal norms on decision-making was revised in Version 1.1. The personal norm [0;2] is now transformed for the value range between [0;1] before it is multiplied in the decision-making function. For personal norm values ≤ 1, it is multiplied as: 1 / (2 – Personal Norm). That way, the transformed personal norm value in decision-making has the properties of ranging between [0.5;2] (i.e., halving or duplicating the intention for a behavioral action) and its neutral midpoint being 1 (i.e., not influencing the decision). The norm internalization process was not revised in DINO model 1.1. The personal norm value may still be adapted linearly in norm internalization.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.comses.net/codebases/1bb193d4-6c9e-4f19-84d1-b95e2780e9ed/releases/1.1.0