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The behavioural ecology and evolutionary implications of hunter-gatherer social organisation

@inproceedings{Dyble2016TheBE,
  title={The behavioural ecology and evolutionary implications of hunter-gatherer social organisation},
  author={Mark Dyble},
  year={2016}
}
Much that is remarkable about human behaviour relates in some way to our advanced social cognition. Understanding why this advanced social cognition evolved benefits from an understanding of the kind of social organisation that is promoted by hunting-and-gathering, the dominant mode of subsistence throughout most of human evolutionary history. In this thesis, I explore the social organisation of hunter-gatherers in general and of the Palanan Agta in particular. In chapter four, I present data… 
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