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Self-organization and survival are inextricably bound to an agent's ability to control and anticipate its environment. Here we assess both skills when multiple agents compete for a scarce resource. Drawing on insights from psychology, microsociology and control theory, we examine how different assumptions about the behaviour of an agent's peers in the anticipation process affect subjective control and survival strategies. To quantify control and drive behaviour, we use the recently developeddoi:10.3390/e16063357 fatcat:msrc2327ovcuje4paqyq6yiebe