Forth Though

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in the game and is considered to be out of the game for that turn. I had some pre conceived notions about my eight friends that were playing with me. But during and after the game, I realised that majority of them, six to be precise did not behave the way I thought, they would attributed by their personality. Though, the cooperative part asked for cooperation so my friends did the same. But, six of my friends acted selfishly during the game when they had to save one person as a doctor and they saved themselves. I could not expect such behaviour prior to the game. Their behaviour in general was quite meek and helpful. Surprisingly, my best friend did not cooperate with me during the game at times when his purpose was not getting solved in the game. The remaining two behaved in synchronisation with their personality traits. I gauged them as the wisest in the group and they showed the same, when at the end of the game they turned out to be the clear winners winning 5 times each, out of the total 11 times. They showcased their prudence while deciding upon whom to save and whom to kill which could help them in winning. They moved throughout the game smartly, gaining the confidence of others when dialogues regarding who the mafia is, at the end of each turn, were organised. Nobody could pin pointthem as mafias, when they actually were. So, I found out that the behaviours were pretty different during the game from the real based scenarios, as observed by me.
These assessments of personality traits of my friends helped me to understand that behaviours are based on the situation majorly accompanied with the specific characteristic traits. Obviously, the influence of one’s personality will be present while he/she makes a decision but people also take other things into consideration. These can include the repercussions of their actions, the direction in which their move will…...

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