Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Behavioral Ecology

Approach to the science of ethology in which certain behaviors, such as biological altruism, are proposed to have evolved, or can at least be modeled, by mechanisms such as natural selection, through the addition of concepts like kin selection and group selection.

See Robert Hinde.

Cf. Standard Social Science Model.

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