Social, Machiavellian and cultural cognition : a golden age of discovery in comparative and evolutionary psychology
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The years since the publication of Machiavellian Intelligence have witnessed a Golden Age in discoveries concerning social cognition in human and non-human primates and many other animal taxa too. Here I briefly dissect some of the variants of the social intelligence hypotheses that have evolved in this time and offer a selective overview of scientific discoveries in this field, particularly in primates, over the last 30 years.
Whiten , A 2018 , ' Social, Machiavellian and cultural cognition : a golden age of discovery in comparative and evolutionary psychology ' , Journal of Comparative Psychology , vol. 132 , no. 4 , pp. 437-441 . https://doi.org/10.1037/com0000135
Journal of Comparative Psychology
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DescriptionThis article is for a special issue of J. Comp. Psychol. - Marking Machiavellian Intelligence: Contemporary Comparative Perspectives on Cognitive and Cultural Evolution (Edited by Lydia Hopper, Erica van de Waal and Christine Caldwell)
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