4 edition of Cooperation among animals found in the catalog.
Cooperation among animals
W. C. Allee
Bibliography: p. -227.
|Statement||by W.C. Allee.|
|LC Classifications||QL751 .A52 1951|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||51010185|
Dugatkin L. A. Cooperation among animals: an evolutionary perspective. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press Earley R. L. Social eavesdropping and the evolution of conditional cooperation and cheating by: Among Animals is a dynamic collection of stories from the world’s most gifted contemporary authors—those who pay close attention to the creatures with whom we share our planet, and who inspire us to pay closer attention as well.
Evolutionary biologist Dugatkin (Cooperation Among Animals) is unabashed in his belief that the study of evolution and animal behavior can be used to . Aggression among animals generally occurs as a result of conflicts over resources, and across the broad range of animals, conflicts are much more likely to be resolved by some form of aggression than by negotiation. reciprocity, and kin selection can bring groups of animals together. This chapter includes cooperation in birds and.
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" the book will serve as a very useful overview of theoretical and empirical research on cooperation in a variety of guises and across a reasonably wide range of animal species."--The Quarterly Review of Biology "This book would be useful for introducing the topic of cooperation among animals, particularly to advanced undergraduates."--Cited by: Cooperation Among Animals book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Despite the depiction of nature red in tooth and claw, coopera /5(6). Despite the depiction of nature "red in tooth and claw," cooperation is actually widespread in the animal kingdom.
Various types of cooperative behaviors have been documented in everything from insects to primates, and in every imaginable ecological scenario. Yet why animals cooperate is still a hotly contested question in literature on evolution and animal behavior.
Paperback. Published: 06 February Pages | 57 illus. /8 x /4 inches. ISBN: 10 Amazing Acts Of Cooperation Between Cooperation among animals book Animal Species - Lis. Cooperation among Animals: An Evolutionary Perspective - Ebook written by Lee Alan Dugatkin.
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Cooperation among animals can also take the form of within group cooperation in order to facilitate competition with others outside the group, as humans do in some sports and in wars. Cooperation Among Animals by Lee Alan Dugatkin,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allee, W.C. (Warder Clyde), Cooperation among animals. New York: Schuman, (OCoLC) "Dugatkin's little book is both a great introduction to and a good review of cooperation in animals.
He begins with an excellent summary of the long-standing interest in cooperative behavior among philosophers, psychologists, and biologists.
Cooperation among Animals An Evolutionary Perspective This book examines the history surrounding the study of cooperation, and proceeds to examine the conceptual, theoretical and empirical work on this fascinating subject. Early on, it outlines the four different categories of cooperation — reciprocal altruism, kinship, group-selected.
Buy Cooperation Among Animals: An Evolutionary Perspective (Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution) First Edition by Dugatkin, Lee Alan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Cooperation Among Animals With Human Implications Hardcover – January 1, by W.C.
Allee (Author)Author: W.C. Allee. Explanations of cooperation between non-kin in animal societies often suggest that individuals exchange resources or services and that cooperation is maintained by reciprocity. Browse stories and reviews on Anobii of Cooperation Among Animals written by Lee Alan Dugatkin, published by Oxford University Press Inc in format Paperback5/5(1).
Among other animals. Cooperation is common in non-human animals. Besides cooperation with an immediate benefit for both actors, this behavior appears to occur mostly between relatives. Spending time and resources assisting a related individual may at first seem destructive to the organism's chances of survival but is actually beneficial over the long-term.
The word of the week in my character development series is “cooperation.” These books about cooperation will help you as you aim to raise up your kids with values and become contributing members of society.
I hope you are familiar with my character development series. I have 52 character traits to focus on throughout the year in this series. Evolutionary biologists have grappled with the question of the emergenceand maintenance of cooperation since Darwin first listed animal cooperation asapotential problem for his theory of natural selection.
Here I review four pathsthat have been delineated in the study of intra-specific cooperation amonganimals. These paths – kinship, reciprocity, byproduct Cited by: On the other hand, it is well kown that cooperation and collective phenomena in animals result from the interaction among individuals that try to maximize their own evolutionary fitness.
From a Complex System’s perspective, ant colonies like human societies represent a clear example of complexity and self-organization. The emergent properties.
Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution is a essay collection by Russian naturalist and anarchist philosopher Peter essays, initially published in the English periodical The Nineteenth Century between andexplore the role of mutually-beneficial cooperation and reciprocity (or "mutual aid") in the animal kingdom and human societies both past and.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1. Range of Cooperative Behaviours 2.
Paths to the Evolution and Maintenance of Cooperation 3. Ecological Factors Involved in Cooperation. Range of Cooperative Behaviours: Cooperation occurs in many species in the animal kingdom and is manifested over a wide variety of behavioural context: foraging.
Evolutionary biologist Dugatkin (Cooperation Among Animals) is unabashed in his belief that "the study of evolution and animal behavior can be used to foster and enhance cooperation in humans." Without resorting to simple minded biological determinism, he argues forcefully that the behavioral predisposition of humans may be predicted by : Lee Dugatkin.