Sociobiology Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Sociobiology.

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Encyclopedia Articles (10)

443 words, approx. 2 pages
Sociobiology In 1975 Harvard University biologist Edward O. Wilson wrote a controversial book called Sociobiology: The New Synthesis in which he proposed to undertake "the systematic study of t... Read more
5,489 words, approx. 19 pages
Sociobiology and Evolutionary Psychology This entry consists of the following articles: An Overview Darwinism and Religion Read more
1,554 words, approx. 6 pages
The Advent of Sociobiology Sheds New Light on Animal Societies Overview Sociobiology is the attempt to understand the biological origins and development of animal societies—including human soci... Read more
6,601 words, approx. 23 pages
Have Sociobiologists Proved That the Mechanisms of the Inheritance and Development of Human Physical, Mental, and Behavioral Traits Are Essentially the Same as for Other Animals? Viewpoint: Yes, socio... Read more
799 words, approx. 3 pages
Sociobiology Sociobiology, also called behavioral ecology, is the study of the evolution of social behavior in all organisms, including human beings. The highly complex behaviors of individual animals... Read more
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Sociobiology Sociobiology, also called behavioral ecology, is the study of the evolution of social behavior in all organisms, including human beings. The highly complex behaviors of individual animals... Read more
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Sociobiology A perennial debate about human nature, pitting the idea that behavior is culturally conditioned against the notion that human actions are innately controlled, was rekindled in 1975 when... Read more
5,511 words, approx. 19 pages
Sociobiology, Human The Darwinian Setting Sociobiology is the term used to describe a relatively recent stage in the continuing development of evolutionary biology. It systematically brings the study ... Read more
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Sociobiology Sociobiology denotes the attempt to provide a biological explanation for the social behavior of animals, including humans, although the focus is more often on social insects such as ants ... Read more
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Sociobiology A term coined by the eminent entomologist Edward O. Wilson to define a field of study combining biology and social sciences. In his 1975 work, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis, entomologis... Read more