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The mechanism behind the emergence of cooperation in both biological and social systems is currently not understood. In particular, human behavior in the Ultimatum game is almost always irrational, preferring mutualistic sharing strategies, while chimpanzees act rationally and selfishly. However, human behavior varies with geographic and cultural differences leading to distinct behaviors. In this paper, we analyze a social imitation model that incorporates internal energy caches (e.g.,arXiv:2009.01970v2 fatcat:45kxejmgtbdsnjeywgrmw4hyom