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comment The prisoner dilemma does not violate classical probability laws
Insofar as I am able to understand what your post means, you are confounding three things: (A) PD the mathematical problem; (B) how we can observe people behaving in the PD; (C) what physically/mentally happens in order to make people behave that way.
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comment The prisoner dilemma does not violate classical probability laws
You have misread the paper. They are saying that people empirically do not behave like a rational CP actor would, not that CP has been mathematically violated in the PD (check the paper, it exclusively references people violating the sure thing principle). Gelman discusses the problem of translating between CP and QP more generally on his blog (comments), which I think is what you are actually interested in.
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