Fanor Joseph

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  • L E C O O P E R A T I O N A N D T H E S H A P I N G O F H U M A N S O C I A L P S Y C H O L O, F Joseph, H Enrich
  • 2010
Evolutionary approaches to understanding human sociality, and in particular to understanding cooperation and altruism, have yielded a wide range of important insights. Noteworthy examples include explorations of how natural selection has shaped our psychological capacities for recognising kin and differentially investing in offspring (e.g., Daly & Wilson(More)
Master health facility lists (MHFLs) are gaining attention as a standards-based means to uniquely identify health facilities and to link facility-level data. The ability to reliably communicate information about specific health facilities can support an array of health system functions, such as routine reporting and emergency response operations. MHFLs(More)
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