Proceedings of the Royal Society B • Vol/Iss. 287(1933) • Royal Society Publishing • London • Published In • Pages: 1-9 •
Due to the use of Bayesian statistics, p-values are not listed in the results of this paper.
|Sample Used||Coded Data||Comment|
|Standard Cross Cultural Sample (SCCS)||by other researchers||data retrieved from D-PLACE|
|Societies occupying harsher environments exhibit higher rates of alloparental care. (2)||Supported|
|Societies in environments that lead to higher rates of starvation exhibit lower rates of alloparental care. (2)||Supported|
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