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Author Correction: Quantitative account of social interactions in a mental health care ecosystem: cooperation, trust and collective action

Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-21900-1, published online 28 February 2018

This Article and the accompanying Supplementary Information contains a repeated error where ‘Prisoner’s Dilemma’ and its acronym ‘PD’ should read ‘Hawk-Dove game’ and ‘HD’.

Additionally, in the Discussion section

“In this case, our experiments do not confirm those previous results: Indeed, participants with psychosis are the ones who trust, contribute the most to the public good, and are willing to take costly actions to reciprocate their partner’s behavior.”

should read

“In our experiments participants with psychosis, a mental condition which is unrelated to psychopathic impairments, are the ones who trust, contribute the most to the public good, and are willing to take costly actions to reciprocate their partner’s behavior.”

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Correspondence to Josep Perelló.

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