noncooperator


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In the role as leader we find that cooperators contribute substantially more than noncooperators.
horizontal equity" between cooperators and noncooperators is
McAdams' requirement of visibility, together with his conception of withheld esteem as a form of punishment, parallel the two most important components of "knittedness"--reputational information plus the ability to punish noncooperators.
More generally, the likelihood of cooperation increases when the prevailing culture provides strong reinforcement: noncooperators are simply frozen out.
More defection was predicted when people could not communicate, and noncooperators predicted approximately four times as much defection as did cooperators.