## Mathematical Models of Two-person Interactions |

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alternative model antecedent response assume asymptotic response probabilities average backward chain baseline period basic model boy's transition bully characteristic response complementary responses computer program consider Deterministically Computing equation evokes response example follow-up formally frequency Gerald Patterson group consensus immediately preceding response individual predispositions information theory analysis Jacklin kind of response Kogan last response learning model MATHEMATICAL MODELS minimize mother mutual responses nastiness Naturalistic observations noxious behavior O's and l's observational data optimal strategies order R matrices order transition probabilities parameter estimates Patterson percent person predispositions person-situation interactions possible combinations predispositional probability previous responses probabilistic probability for person proportion of risky Raush reciprocal action matrix reciprocal action probabilities reinforced respond nicely response uniquely favored risky responses risky shift second order transition separate second order Shibuya shown in Figure shows Similarly Social Psychology specified Stanford University super-categories trait predispositions transition matrix TWO-PERSON INTERACTIONS Wallach well-formed sequence Xn and Yn