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“…While many researchers have begun to apply evolutionary principles to economic decision making in humans (e.g. Fessler et al 2004;Wilson & Daly 2004;Ermer et al 2008;Hill & Buss 2010), studies of humans alone can only go so far. Indeed, one of the most powerful tools in evolutionary biology is the comparative method: examining the traits of different populations or species that have been shaped by differing ecological or social forces in order to better understand how natural selection proceeded (Clutton-Brock & Harvey 1979;Mayr 1982).…”
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“…While many researchers have begun to apply evolutionary principles to economic decision making in humans (e.g. Fessler et al 2004;Wilson & Daly 2004;Ermer et al 2008;Hill & Buss 2010), studies of humans alone can only go so far. Indeed, one of the most powerful tools in evolutionary biology is the comparative method: examining the traits of different populations or species that have been shaped by differing ecological or social forces in order to better understand how natural selection proceeded (Clutton-Brock & Harvey 1979;Mayr 1982).…”
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“…For example, chimpanzee groups can expand their territories, and consequently gain access to more food, by engaging in boundary patrols involving lethal aggression directed towards foreign chimpanzees (Mitani et al 2010). Overall, this suggests that competition is important in shaping nonhuman apes' decisions about resources in natural contexts, much like the results from human experimental studies (Bault et al 2008;Ermer et al 2008;Hill & Buss 2010).…”
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“…Especially the interaction of particular risks and social preferences has been neglected. A rare experimental study of this interaction is Hill and Buss (2010). They find that positional and status concerns can reverse the well documented certainty effect.…”
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