Using the research on intergroup conflict in nonhuman animals to help inform patterns of human intergroup conflict

A.R. Ridley, Melanie Mirville

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Abstract

There is a large body of research on conflict in nonhuman animal groups that measures the costs and benefits of intergroup conflict, and we suggest that much of this evidence is missing from De Dreu and Gross's interesting article. It is a shame this work has been missed, because it provides evidence for interesting ideas put forward in the article.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere138
JournalBehavioural and Brain Sciences
Volume42
Issue numbere138
Publication statusPublished - 13 Aug 2019

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