We dove head first into the top level breakdown of what Game Theory means to us in the article available to the public. Here, we’ll take a deeper dive into the higher-level ideas and strategies associated with Game Theory thought, and we’ll cover how to apply these ideas in later sections. The idea of strategic reasoning was introduced by Andrew M. Coleman and Eva M. Knockow in their paper titled “Game Theory and Psychology.” They define this idea as “(a means) of deciding how to act to achieve desired objectives, taking into account how others will act . . .