Differential K theory: The sociobiology of individual and group differences☆

@inproceedings{Rushton1985DifferentialKT,
  title={Differential K theory: The sociobiology of individual and group differences☆},
  author={J. P. Rushton},
  year={1985}
}
Differential K Theory is proposed to help systematize individual and group differences in life histories, social behaviour and physiological functioning. K refers to one end of a continuum of reproductive strategies organisms can adopt, characterized by the production of very few offspring with a large investment of energy in each. At the opposite extreme is the r-strategy in which organisms produce a large number of offspring but invest little energy in any one. Between-species comparisons… CONTINUE READING
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