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    2. Dilemma and situation are both nouns. You don't place two nouns next to each other unless it's a compound noun or the first noun acts as an adjective. "...a situation where two prisoners' decisions/choices are based on the other's" or "where two prisoners' decisions/choices reflects upon each other." "This theory sets up a scenario where the two prisoners will deceive each other for self-interest and refuse to cooperate, ultimately leading them to the worst result/outcome." "The important thing" --> "The main point is" / "The main point of the article is" "The process of decision making is established on" --> "The process of decision making is based on" "The are influenced by each other" --> "they influence (the decisions of) each other" *Remember your ending quotation marks when citing the author: "even thought the prisoner's dilemma..."

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