- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 2011 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Sussman, Robert W. (ed.), Cloninger, C. Robert (ed.)
- XVI, 440 p.
- 234 x 158 x 31 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 748 g
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From the reviews: "Origins of Altruism and Cooperation presents an avalanche of information and perspectives that can at times be overwhelming, a number of important themes emerge from the diverse material discussed by these many authors. First and foremost, evidence provided throughout the book makes it clear that new evolutionary theories are needed to explain the nature and extent of cooperation in the primate lineage, most prominently among human beings. ... this book should be of particular interest to anyone seeking to formulate new evolutionary models." (Christopher X. Jon Jensen, The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 88 (3), September, 2013) "The book does three things that many of the other books on this subject don't do: it gives some background about altruism and cooperation in specific non-human primate species, it reviews the neuroscience behind these behaviors, and it shows the practical applications of altruism and cooperation in such things as education and healthcare. ... it is a convenient source for a researcher or someone who is reviewing the literature. ... It would be a useful contribution to a university library." (Jay R. Feierman, ESSSAT-News, Vol. 22 (2), June, 2012)
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Chapter 1 Introduction: Altruism and Cooperation Robert W. Sussman and C. Robert Cloninger Part I. Cooperation, Altruism and Human Evolution Chapter 2 Part 1 Introduction. Ian Tattersall Chapter 3. The Influence of Predation on Primate and Early Human Evolution: Impetus for Cooperation. Donna Hart and Robert W. Sussman Chapter 4. Born to cooperate? Altruism as exaptation, and the evolution of human sociality. Telmo Pievani Chapter 5. The Phylogenesis of Human Personality:Identifying the Precursors of Cooperation, Altruism, and Well-Being C. Robert Cloninger and Sita Kedia Part II. Altruism and Cooperation Among Non-human Primates Chapter 6. Cooperation and the Evolution of Social Living: Moving Beyond the Constraints andImplications of Misleading Dogma: Introduction Section II. Marc Bekoff Chapter 7. Primates, Niche Construction, and Social Complexity: The Roles of Social Cooperation and Altruism Katherine C. MacKinnon and Agustin Fuentes, Chapter 8. Collective Action and Male Affiliation in Howler Monkeys (Alouatta caraya) Paul A. Garber and Martin K. Kowalewski Chapter 9. Mechanisms of Cohesion in Black Howler Monkeys. Mary S. M. Pavelka Chapter 10. Social Plasticity and Demographic Variation in Primates. Karen B. Strier Part III. Altruism and Cooperation Among Humans: The Ethnographic Evidence Chapter 11. Altruism and Cooperation Among Humans: The Ethnographic Evidence: Introduction. Peter Benson Chapter 12. Violence Reduction among the Gebusi of Papua New Guinea - and Across Humanity. Bruce M. Knauft Chapter 13. Human Nature: The Nomadic Forager Model. Douglas P. Fry Chapter 14. Born to Live: Challenging Killer Myths. R. Brian Ferguson Chapter 15. Notes toward a human nature for the third Millennium. Walter Goldschmidt Part IV. Neurological and hormonal mechanisms for cooperation and altruism Chapter 16. Behavior meets Neuroscience: Achievements, Prospects, and Complexity: Introduction to Section 4. Jane Phillips-Conroy Chapter 17. The Neurobiology of Cooperation and Altruism. James K. Rilling Chapter 18. Behavioral and Neuroendocrine Interactions in Affiliation. Charles T. Snowdon Chapter 19. Early Social Experience and the Ontogenesis of Emotion Regulatory Behavior in Children. Seth D. Pollak Part V. Human Altruism and Cooperation: Needs and the Promotion of Well-being in Modern Life Chapter 20: Introduction. J.E. Mezzich Chapter 21. Altruism as an Aspect of Relational Consciousness and how Culture inhibits it.David Hay Chapter 22. Hope Rekindled: Well-Being, Humanism, and Education. Kevin Cloninger Chapter 23. Promoting Well-Being in Health Care. Lauren E. Munsch and Helen Herrman Chapter 24. Moving Beyond the Nature/Nurture Distinction: Promotion of Transdisciplinary Research (Overview of the Institute of Medicine Report on Genes, Behavior, and the Social Environment) Dan G. Blazer