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Adaptation and Human Behavior : an Anthropological Perspective

Label
Adaptation and Human Behavior : an Anthropological Perspective
Title
Adaptation and Human Behavior
Title remainder
an Anthropological Perspective
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Chagnon, Napoleon
Dewey number
304.5
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Cronk, Lee
  • Chagnon, Napoleon A
  • Irons, Willliam
Series statement
Evolutionary Foundations of Human Behavior
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  • Sociobiology
  • Human behavior
  • Social evolution
  • Human evolution
  • Human ecology
Label
Adaptation and Human Behavior : an Anthropological Perspective
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgment; Contributors; Part I Some Statements of Theory; 1. Two Decades of a New Paradigm; 2. Three Styles in the Evolutionary Analysis of Human Behavior; Part II Mating; 3. Polygyny, Family Structure, and Child Mortality: A Prospective Study among the Dogon of Mali; 4. Paternal Investment and Hunter-Gatherer Divorce Rates; 5. Fertility, Offspring Quality, and Wealth in Datoga Pastoralists: Testing Evolutionary Models of Intersexual Selection
  • 6. Manipulating Kinship Rules: A Form of Male Yanomamö Reproductive Competition7. Physical Attractiveness, Race, and Somatic Prejudice in Bahia, Brazil; Part III Parenting; 8. Parental Investment Strategies among Aka Foragers, Ngandu Farmers, and Euro-American Urban-Industrialists; 9. Parenting Other Men's Children: Costs, Benefits, and Consequences; 10. Female-Biased Parental Investment and Growth Performance among the Mukogodo; 11. Why Do the Yomut Raise More Sons than Daughters?; 12. The Grandmother Hypothesis and Human Evolution; Part IV The Demographic Transition
  • 13. An Adaptive Model of Human Reproductive Rate Where Wealth Is Inherited: Why People Have Small Families14. The Evolutionary Economics and Psychology of the Demographic Transition to Low Fertility; 15. Sex, Wealth, and Fertility: Old Rules, New Environments; 16. To Marry Again or Not: A Dynamic Model for Demographic Transition; Part V Sociality; 17. Effects of Illness and Injury on Foraging among the Yora and Shiwiar: Pathology Risk as Adaptive Problem; 18. Reciprocal Altruism in Yamomamö Food Exchange; 19. Reciprocal Altruism and Warfare: A Case from the Ecuadorian Amazon
  • 20. The Emergence and Stability of Cooperative Fishing on Ifaluk AtollPart VI Conclusion; 21. Twenty Years of Evolutionary Biology and Human Social Behavior: Where Are We Now?; Index
Control code
on1004189981
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (529 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351329194
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004189981
Label
Adaptation and Human Behavior : an Anthropological Perspective
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgment; Contributors; Part I Some Statements of Theory; 1. Two Decades of a New Paradigm; 2. Three Styles in the Evolutionary Analysis of Human Behavior; Part II Mating; 3. Polygyny, Family Structure, and Child Mortality: A Prospective Study among the Dogon of Mali; 4. Paternal Investment and Hunter-Gatherer Divorce Rates; 5. Fertility, Offspring Quality, and Wealth in Datoga Pastoralists: Testing Evolutionary Models of Intersexual Selection
  • 6. Manipulating Kinship Rules: A Form of Male Yanomamö Reproductive Competition7. Physical Attractiveness, Race, and Somatic Prejudice in Bahia, Brazil; Part III Parenting; 8. Parental Investment Strategies among Aka Foragers, Ngandu Farmers, and Euro-American Urban-Industrialists; 9. Parenting Other Men's Children: Costs, Benefits, and Consequences; 10. Female-Biased Parental Investment and Growth Performance among the Mukogodo; 11. Why Do the Yomut Raise More Sons than Daughters?; 12. The Grandmother Hypothesis and Human Evolution; Part IV The Demographic Transition
  • 13. An Adaptive Model of Human Reproductive Rate Where Wealth Is Inherited: Why People Have Small Families14. The Evolutionary Economics and Psychology of the Demographic Transition to Low Fertility; 15. Sex, Wealth, and Fertility: Old Rules, New Environments; 16. To Marry Again or Not: A Dynamic Model for Demographic Transition; Part V Sociality; 17. Effects of Illness and Injury on Foraging among the Yora and Shiwiar: Pathology Risk as Adaptive Problem; 18. Reciprocal Altruism in Yamomamö Food Exchange; 19. Reciprocal Altruism and Warfare: A Case from the Ecuadorian Amazon
  • 20. The Emergence and Stability of Cooperative Fishing on Ifaluk AtollPart VI Conclusion; 21. Twenty Years of Evolutionary Biology and Human Social Behavior: Where Are We Now?; Index
Control code
on1004189981
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (529 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351329194
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004189981

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