Social Learning and Kin Recognition An Addendum and Reply to Sherman

@inproceedings{Richard2002SocialLA,
  title={Social Learning and Kin Recognition An Addendum and Reply to Sherman},
  author={Richard and Denis R. Alexander},
  year={2002}
}
A s Sherman (this issue) notes, I tried (Alexander 1990) to determine “the extent to which social learning, especially without self-reference, can account for the kin recognition findings of different investigators with different organisms . . . (p. 273). I had two motivations. First, I have had difftculty modeling the evolution of kin recognition via mechanisms that can function in the absence of social learning (Alexander and Borgia 1978; Alexander 1979, 1990). Second, it seemed to me that… CONTINUE READING