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A subject who follows the "reciprocator" strategy makes link proposals to all those from whom link proposals have been received.
(127.) See generally Fehr & Gintis, supra note 15 (arguing that neither the model of humans as purely economically or socially motivated explains human behavior, and that instead society consists of a heterogeneous mix of strong reciprocators and self-interested individuals).
The SSOE team based the following comparisons on two liquefier types, a turbo expander and a reciprocator, that have maximum production rates of 70 liters of liquid helium/hr.
Despite the number of reciprocators in Experiment 2 (50.8%) being much larger than that in Experiment 1 (30.9%), we further compared the mean scores of positive reciprocity and negative reciprocity between the two experiments, as well as between the reciprocators in each experiment; there were no apparent differences therein.
Incorporating SEW-Eurodrive conveyor and reciprocator motors and controls, with a rack and pinion 1-1/8" diameter tight reciprocating nose, the KLEENline Pan Loading System is FDA/USDA approved and constructed from 304 stainless steel with a 12" white polyurethane microlaced belt.
Rimrock Corp., Columbus, Ohio, exhibited a 510 twoaxis reciprocator, which is a programmable linear die spray solution with a payload capacity up to 100 pounds.
So bottom line here, if you're serious--shoot the reciprocator or the wheelie of your choice, but think and practice the process though, where, when, what, how.
These are exactly the factors one would expect to influence tax compliance were individuals behaving like moral and emotional reciprocators. An emotional and moral reciprocator wants to understand herself and be understood by others as fair, but she loathes being taken advantage of.
* reciprocator -- awareness of other parts of the system as intellectual entities capable of reciprocal awareness;
In addition, however, because the game may continue only if debts are eventually paid -- that is, for each actor it is necessary to keep exchange items circulating -- an expectation that more will be received than was given (or, at least, that discounting effects will be ameliorated) may provide a powerful incentive to be patient when dealing wit h a tardy reciprocator. [13]
A 0.50 mL aliqiot of 0.005 m NaOH was then added to the [CaCl.sub.2] suspension and the polypropylene tube was shaken on the reciprocator for a further 1 h before a second pH measurement was taken.
If everyone keeps to the agreement, then no further reaction is needed by someone who is a reciprocator. If the agreement is not kept, however, then an individual following a reciprocity norm - without any prior agreement regarding selective sanctions for nonconformance - needs to punish those who did not keep their commitment.