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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
We study inferences about social choices-choices that affect people besides the chooser. Social choices depend on the relationships between the people involved: for example, whether they are friends, strangers, or enemies. We propose that these different social relationships correspond to different ways in which the chooser weights another person's utility relative to her own. We describe a probabilistic model of social reasoning that incorporates this notion of weighted utility, and evaluatefatcat:7z2ztrgwinfq5fyjprwiw3uh2i