Socio-Cognitive Model of Trust
Rino Falcone (Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technology, National Research Council of Italy, Italy) and Cristiano Castelfranchi (Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technology, National Research Council of Italy, Italy)
Copyright: © 2005
Humans have learned to cooperate in many ways and in many environments, on different tasks, and for achieving different and several goals. Collaboration and cooperation in their more general sense (and, in particular, negotiation, exchange, help, delegation, adoption, and so on) are important characteristics - or better, the most foundational aspects - of human societies (Tuomela, 1995).