This paper investigates hypotheses drawn from two sources: (1) Belsky, Steinberg, and Draper's (1991) attachment theory model of the development of reproductive strategies, and (2) recent life history models and comparative data suggesting that environmental risk and uncertainty may be potent determinants of the optimal tradeoff between current and future… (More)
Richerson et al. argue that "cultural group selection plays an essential role in explaining human cooperation." We believe that cooperation came first, making culture and thus cultural group selection possible. Cooperation and culture began - and begins - in mother-infant interaction.
(2002). Low-income fathers and 'Responsible Fatherhood' programs: A qualitative investigation of participants' experiences. a balance between risk and protection: Fathers' attitudes and practices toward child injury prevention. (2005). Early stress predicts age at menarche and first birth, adult attachment, and expected lifespan. (2014). Father absence and… (More)