The Evolution of Human Altruism
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|Opening Remarks||Ajit Varki, UC San Diego School of Medicine|
|The Evolution of Human Capacities for Altruism||Randolph Nesse, Arizona State University|
|Ecology of Cooperation and Altruism in Humans and Chimpanzee||Christophe Boesch, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology|
|How Humans Became Such 'Other-Regarding' Apes||Sarah Hrdy, Professor Emerita, University of California, Davis|
|Tribal Social Instincts and Human Cooperation||Peter Richerson, University of California, Davis|
|Partner Choice, Markets and the Evolution of Cooperation||Peter Hammerstein, Humboldt University Berlin|
|Social Evolution in Microbes, Animals and Humans||Steve Frank, UC Irvine|
|Neural Basis of Altruism||Donald Pfaff, Rockefeller University|
|Brain-Based Values||Patricia Churchland, University of California, San Diego|
|Social Selection Versus the Notorious Free Rider||Christopher Boehm, University of Southern California|
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