THE SOCIAL INSTINCT: How Cooperation Shaped the World
In this work Raihani looks at where and how collaborative behavior emerges throughout the animal kingdom, and what problems it solves. She reveals that the species that exhibit cooperative behavior most similar to our own tend not to be other apes; they are birds, insects, and fish, occupying far more distant branches of the evolutionary tree.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 1933884
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