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Selection of human prosocial behavior through partner choice by powerful individuals and institutions

  • Ronald Noë (a1)

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Cultural group selection seems the only compelling explanation for the evolution of the uniquely human form of cooperation by large teams of unrelated individuals. Inspired by descriptions of sanctioning in mutualistic interactions between members of different species, I propose partner choice by powerful individuals or institutions as an alternative explanation for the evolution of behavior typical for “team players.”

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Selection of human prosocial behavior through partner choice by powerful individuals and institutions

  • Ronald Noë (a1)

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