The evolution of daily food sharing: A Bayesian phylogenetic analysis
Evolution and Human Behavior • Vol/Iss. 40(4) • Elsevier • • Published In • Pages: ??•
By Ringen, Erik J. , Duda, Pavel, Jaeggi, Adrian V.
Societies with less predictable environments will have more daily food sharing norms than those with more predictable environments.
d = 0.24 and posterior probability = 0.32 for precipitation; d = 0.71 and posterior probability = 0.11 for temperature; d = 1.3 and posterior probability = 0.01 for NPP predictability.
|Bayes multilevel models||Not Supported||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Daily Food Sharing||Dependent||Eating, Gift Giving, Mutual Aid|