In a message dated 7/17/01 11:31:29 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>Yes. Almost no one looks for evolutionary signals of intragroup
>cooperativeness because they don't expect to find any.
Am I missing something? Primatologists often view grooming,
sex, and food sharing as cooperation signals within groups.
I've heard of content-free greeting rituals as a mechanism
for humans to use grooming signals in their large groups
while still having some time to do things other than paw each
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