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Elic M. Weitzel
University of Connecticut
Niche constructionDomesticationPrehistoryGeographyPopulation growth
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ABSTRACTRecent research emphasises the importance of both within-group cooperation and between-group competition for human sociality, past and present. We hypothesise that the shift from foraging t...
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#1Elic M. Weitzel (UofU: University of Utah)H-Index: 2
#2Brian F. Codding (UofU: University of Utah)H-Index: 18
The transition to agriculture is one of the most significant events in human prehistory; yet, explaining why people initially domesticated plants and animals remains a contentious research problem ...
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