Description: Generalized reciprocity is hence the only hypothesis fully consistent with our results; the rats helped an unknown conspecific more readily because they received help before, even if from another anonymous partner. This is compatible with an “anonymous generous tit-for-tat”-like strategy, ...
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Description: 6/25/2018 · Sharing among neighbors, tribes, countries and cohabitants is a way to keep peace, share the wealth and contribute to the greater good. Reciprocity in anthropology is considered the sharing of ...
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Description: generalized reciprocity Involves exchanges between closely related people. A return exchange is not necessary or at least it does not matter when a return is made.
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Description: Start studying Anthropology 201 Exam 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Create. Log in Sign up. Log in Sign up. Anthropology 201 Exam 3. ... generalized reciprocity, balanced reciprocity, and negative reciprocity. generalized reciprocity.
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Description: Empirical evidence from rats supports the theory of generalized reciprocity, in which individuals are more likely to cooperate with an unknown individual if they have received help in the past.
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