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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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Cooperative Breeding and Human Cognitive. Evolution. J. M. BURKART, S. B. HRDY, AND C. P. VAN SCHAIK. Despite sharing a recent common ancestor, ...

Occasional cooperative breeding in birds and the robustness of ...

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Cooperative breeding is a widespread and intense form of cooperation, in which individuals help raise offspring that are not their own. This behaviour is ...

Cooperative Breeding and its Significance to the Demographic ...

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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 through group augmentation.

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Some individuals (helpers) in cooperatively breeding species provide alloparental care and often suppress their own reproduction. Kin selection is clearly an ...

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

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In cooperatively breeding species, individuals help to raise offspring that are not their own. We use two inclusive-fitness models to study the advantage of this ...

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 ...

Birds' Cooperative Breeding Sheds Light on Altruism

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Aug 17, 2007 ... It is believed that about 10 percent of bird species show "cooperative breeding" behavior, in which one or more mated pairs produce chicks that ...

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 ...

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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 ...

Evolutionary routes to non-kin cooperative breeding in birds ...

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Oct 16, 2013 ... Cooperatively breeding animals live in social groups in which some individuals help to raise the offspring of others, often at the expense of their ...

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 ...