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Cooperative breeding

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Cooperative Breeding is a social system characterized by alloparental care: offspring receive care not only from their parents, but also from additional group ...

Cooperative Breeding - Stanford University

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"Cooperative" or "communal" breeding occurs when more than two birds of the same species provide care in rearing the young from one nest. About 3 percent ...

Cooperative breeding and human cognitive evolution - Wiley Online ...

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eral, cooperative breeding is accompanied by psychological changes leading to greater prosociality, which directly enhances performance in social cognition.

Cooperative Breeding and its Significance to the Demographic ...

www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.anthro.012809.105054

Cooperative breeding in its broad definition describes such a social system in which nonmaternal helpers support offspring who are not their own. In traditional  ...

The evolution of cooperative breeding in birds: kinship, dispersal ...

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The cooperative breeding systems of birds have been a fertile testing ground for ideas on the evolution of societies, resulting in some of the most intensive ...

Inclusive-fitness logic of cooperative breeding with benefits of natal ...

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Work on cooperative breeding is not typically concerned with evaluating the correctness of Hamilton's rule. Instead, the focus is placed on understanding the  ...

Cooperative Breeding in Humans

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ARTICLES. Children's Help and the Pace of Reproduction: Cooperative Breeding in Humans. KAREN L. KRAMER. One conspicuous life-history feature.

Cooperative breeding and human cognitive evolution - GAIMH

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Cooperative breeding and human cognitive evolution. Burkart, J. M.,1 Hrdy, S. B., 2 van Schaik, C. P.1. 1Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of ...

Breeding Together: Kin Selection and Mutualism in Cooperative ...

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Although the evolution of cooperative breeding has often been attributed ... indirect benefits of cooperative behavior may often have been overestimated while.

evolutionary context of human development - Department of ...

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Abstract: According to the Cooperative Breeding Hypothesis, allomaternal assistance was essential for child survival during the Pleistocene. This breeding  ...

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Cooperative Breeding | CARTA

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Known as “cooperative breeding”, such alloparental care and provisioning allows mothers to breed at a faster pace or under adverse, variable or unpredictable ...

Cooperative behaviour in cooperative breeders: Costs, benefits, and ...

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a theoretical framework in field studies of cooperative breeding vertebrates. ... There is no doubting the great interest in cooperative breed- ing systems, in ...

Cooperative breeding and monogamy in mammalian societies ...

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Jan 25, 2012 ... Abstract. Comparative studies of social insects and birds show that the evolution of cooperative and eusocial breeding systems has been ...