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[soh-see-oh-bahy-ol-uh-jee, soh-shee-]
the study of social behavior in animals with emphasis on the role of behavior in survival and reproduction, engaging branches of ethology, population genetics, and ecology.
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Sociobiology created a new discipline and started a tumultuous round in the age- old nature versus nurture debate. In the introduction to this twenty-fifth ...

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Aug 6, 2016 ... Sociobiology publishes reviews and original research articles on systematics, biology, ecology, genetics, evolution, bevahior and management ...

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Apr 6, 2006 ... The systematic study of the biological basis of social behaviour. The term sociobiology was popularized by the American biologist Edward O.