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Outline: Biology – One human nature

Outline: Biology – One human nature

Outline: Biology – One human nature. Evolution of the human species Evolved Predispositions Selfish behavior Reciprocal Altruism Kin-Based Altruism Gender Asymmetry in Parenting Implications of gender asymmetry: sex differences in mate choice and family roles Individual Differences

By blake
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Caring for the Dying

Caring for the Dying

Caring for the Dying. 2007 Psyc 456 Dusana Rybarova. Compassion and empathy as basic human qualities. We are biologically programmed to be cooperative, supportive, and altruistic

By rosemarie
(257 views)

Cooperation

Cooperation

Cooperation. Reciprocators, Cheaters, and Everyone Else . Who Can You Trust?. DeBruine (2002) Two-person sequential trust game Manipulated resemblance of “other player” by morphing with participant’s face Participants trusted similar faces over dissimilar ones.

By lydia
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Chapter 13: Evolution of Social Behavior

Chapter 13: Evolution of Social Behavior

Chapter 13: Evolution of Social Behavior. Costs and benefits of Social Life. There are a large number of possible costs and benefits associated with social behavior. Potential costs and benefits of sociality. Greater conspicuousness to predators, but also better defense against predators.

By eyad
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Helping others

Helping others

Helping others. Three true stories: One.

By albert
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Kin Selection and Social Behavior

Kin Selection and Social Behavior

Kin Selection and Social Behavior. I. Motivation. Cooperative behaviors are widespread. Why?. Genetically related female banded mongooses live and breed in groups, and care for each other's young. +, -. Actor. Recipient. II. Theory of Altruism.

By andralyn
(143 views)

Sustainability

Sustainability

Class 6 : Wessels , The Myth of Progress EVSS 695 Fall 2012. Sustainability. Analysis Papers. Analysis Papers – not research Get to pt quickly and concisely. Use specifics Need strong argument for paper built on thesis – in 1 st para Use thesis to guide your analysis

By rozene
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Ch 50-54: Ecology

Ch 50-54: Ecology

Ch 50-54: Ecology. Study of interactions between organisms and the environment Environmental factors interacting with variation within populations can cause evolutionary change. (Darwin) Abiotic factors- nonliving Temperature, light, pH, nutrients Biotic factors- living

By melba
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Pro – and Antisocial Behaviour

Pro – and Antisocial Behaviour

Pro – and Antisocial Behaviour. Dr Fenja Ziegler FiP Lecture 3. Aggression as a Human Condition. Poignant examples of violence and aggression: War is characteristic of civilizations Genocide Mob violence (not authority condoned) Violent sports (e.g. boxing)

By elu
(113 views)

Social Engineering

Social Engineering

Social Engineering. The Top Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport with Anyone. Robin Dreeke. The Book. The Author. Robin Dreeke , 15 year FBI Veteran. Lead trainer for Social Engineering and interpersonal Skills in the FBI as well as head of the Behavioral Analysis Program.

By fauve
(117 views)

Altruists Attract

Altruists Attract

By: Isaiah Magpali-Isaac, Tatianna Smith, Viris Colmenero. Altruists Attract. Introduction. Research article sets out to answer the broad question: “Why humans are so cooperative?” Says it goes beyond theories of kinship and reciprocal altruism

By habib
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Exam Review

Exam Review

Exam Review. “Need”, “want” and “try” are all words to be careful with (or avoid!) in explaining evolution… “Need”…. Will he get one? Will his species get one?. A quote about “wanting” from one of my favorite evolutionary biologists:.

By shamus
(95 views)

Reciprocal Altruism and Group Behavior

Reciprocal Altruism and Group Behavior

Reciprocal Altruism and Group Behavior. By Alejandra Fernandez-Ortega. Reciprocal Altruism. Beneficial acts to non-relatives that are later repaid by the beneficiary Prerequisites: Cost of the altruistic act must be lower than the benefit to the actor

By terra
(487 views)

Cooperation and Reciprocal Altruism

Cooperation and Reciprocal Altruism

Cooperation and Reciprocal Altruism. Definitions Iterated prisoner’s dilemma Examples Food sharing Alliance formation Egg trading Predator inspection Social grooming. Evolution of cooperation. Mutualism Kin selection By-product mutualism

By bat
(210 views)

Indirect Reciprocity in the Selective Play Environment

Indirect Reciprocity in the Selective Play Environment

08/07/2003. Indirect Reciprocity in the Selective Play Environment. Nobuyuki Takahashi and Rie Mashima Department of Behavioral Science Hokkaido University. How can we account for altruism?. Altruism = Giving resources (helping others, unilateral cooperation) at a cost of oneself.

By gordy
(117 views)

Presented by Antú Schamberger, Amanda Douglas, and Joel Schreiber

Presented by Antú Schamberger, Amanda Douglas, and Joel Schreiber

Stevens, J. R. & Hauser, M. D. (2004). Why be nice? Psychological constraints on the evolution of cooperation. Cognitive Science, 8, 60-65. Presented by Antú Schamberger, Amanda Douglas, and Joel Schreiber. Video. Altruism in Action!!. Introduction.

By step
(103 views)

Cooperation

Cooperation

Cooperation. Overview of the Day The evolution of cooperation Reciprocal altruism Cheater detection Friendship. The Evolution of Cooperation . How could cooperation evolve when among humans who are motivated by self-interest? The relation of cooperation to self-interest

By demi
(280 views)

Reciprocal Altruism

Reciprocal Altruism

Reciprocal Altruism. Elbert Lim Anthro 179. Reciprocal Altruism. Term was coined by Robert Trivers (1970’s). Refers to the offering and receiving of support, but at a cost to reproductive fitness. Relatively recent field of study: no real work done on this subject until late 1960’s.

By rosine
(244 views)

Is There A Natural Moral Sense?

Is There A Natural Moral Sense?

Is There A Natural Moral Sense?. Dr. Sally Ferguson Philosophy and Religious Studies University of West Florida. Cognitive ethology: the study of animal minds. Imitative octopi and the conditions for the evolution of culture

By macey-vaughan
(93 views)

Trust and deceit in the animal kingdom

Trust and deceit in the animal kingdom

Trust and deceit in the animal kingdom. Liesbeth Sterck Animal Ecology, UU Ethology Research, BPRC. Trust. Nature in tooth and claw. Monkey business Sly as a fox. Cooperation in theory. Evolution on level individual

By adena-sanders
(111 views)

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