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  • Keith Jensen
  • 2010
Causing harm to others would hardly seem to be relevant to cooperation, other than as a barrier to it. However, because selfish individuals will exploit cooperators, functional punishment is an effective mechanism for enforcing cooperation by deterring free-riding. Although functional punishment can shape the social behaviour of others by targeting(More)
Takano, Kouichi (Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Terre Haute, Ind.), Joel Warren, Keith E. Jensen, and Alan L. Neal. Nucleic acid resistance to viral infection. J. Bacteriol. 90:1542-1547. 1965.-Administration of nonviral nucleic acids to mice increased their resistance to a subsequent infection with influenza or encephalomyocarditis viruses. Injection of(More)