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The ‘cooperative phenotype’: people that pay a cost to themselves to help a stranger, are likely to do so again and in different circumstances.

Posted by: ElenaZwirner Posted Sat Aug 01 2020

Cooperation evolves readily if individuals can walk away from uncooperative partners

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Fri Jun 26 2020

Magpies in bigger groups are more intelligent and have more offspring

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Sun Oct 28 2018

Clever game players that extort their partner in the Prisoner’s dilemma do well head-to-head but do poorly in a mixed population of different players

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Jul 16 2018

A clever game player can choose a strategy than ensures it beats an opponent in the Prisoner’s dilemma game

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Jul 16 2018

Animals shield their families from a harsh world

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Jul 16 2018

Animals may act to reduce their own fitness if the act has a big benefit to relatives

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Fri Oct 27 2017

Relatedness does not play a role in the evolution of animal societies such as bee colonies

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Sun Oct 22 2017

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