What is the evolutionary basis of human cooperation?

The contributions of biology versus socialization practices to the emergence of human altruism have been the focus of a long-standing debate. New research on the development and evolution of helping behaviors provides important insight into the origins of our altruistic psychology. Felix Warneken, is the John L. Loeb Professor of Social Sciences at
Harvard University, Department of Psychology

Image courtesy of interviewee

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

×
You may have unlimited institutional access to Faculti. Many colleges and universities have institutional memberships. If you are affiliated with a subscribing institution, please access this site through your SSO/EZproxy/IP address. This should permit you with unlimited views. However, you will not be able to view non-subscribed to content.

If you are not affiliated with a subscribing institution, you can register for free as an individual and view thousands of insights in our archive today or subscribe for subject access.

In addition, all guest visitors to the Faculti website can view any insight monthly. You have insight(s) remaining for this month.
Copyright © Faculti Media Limited 2022. All rights reserved.
error:

Add the Faculti Web App to your Mobile or Desktop homescreen

Install
×