5 edition of Infanticide and parental care found in the catalog.
by Harwood Academic Publishers in [Chur, Switzerland], Langhorne, Pa., USA
|Other titles||Infanticide & parental care|
|Statement||edited by Stefano Parmigiani and Frederick S. vom Saal.|
|Series||Ettore Majorana international life sciences series ;, v. 13|
|Contributions||Parmigiani, Stefano., Vom Saal, Frederick S.|
|LC Classifications||QL762.5 .I53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 496 p. :|
|Number of Pages||496|
|LC Control Number||93041749|
Postpubertal isolation decreases infanticide and elevates parental care in C57BL/6J male mice. Ghiraldi LL, Svare B. Postpubertal (60 days of age) but not prepubertal (21 days of age) isolation reduced the normal tendency of C57BL/6J male mice to kill newborn pups (infanticide) and instead dramatically elevated their exhibition of parental care Extract. 11 Infanticide and Child Sacrifice An Overview In each chapter of this book infanticide has been discussed within various historical and sociological contexts. Accordingly, Williamson, in Infanticide and the Value of Life, succinctly states that “Infanticide has been practiced on every continent and by people on every level of cultural complexity, from hunter gatherers to high
The Absence of Parental Bonds: Infanticide “Infanticide has typically been defined by the rhetoric of monstrosity,” and those who commit infanticide have been called “Mothers of Inhumanity” (Francus, ).Infanticide, which demonstrates the enormous lack of seriousness some women had for parenting or parental bonds, was a relatively common occurrence of the Parental infanticide and siblicide are not topics that you hear or read about every day. In More than Kin and Less than Kind, Douglas Mock provides the details of family conflicts and, by blending natural history and theoretical biology, charts the various assumptions underlying the adaptive value of these the mids, selection was widely believed to operate for the good (05)X.
Trivers’s theory of parental investment suggests that adults should decide whether or not to invest in a given infant using a cost-benefit analysis. To make the best investment decision, adults should seek as much relevant information as possible. Infant facial cues may serve to provide information and evoke feelings of parental care in :// Contemporary evolutionary approaches to infanticide emphasize a life history perspective. Life history theory assumes that individuals will exhibit behaviors that, on average and subject to constraints, maximize their lifetime reproductive success and that of their progeny while minimizing energetic costs (Clutton-Brock ; Stearns ).Life history theory emphasizes tradeoffs; for instance
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CHAPTER 3 The Psychology of Parenting in Evolutionary Perspective and the Case of Human Filicide -- CHAPTER 4 Infanticide in Western Cultures: A Historical Overview -- CHAPTER 5 Stepparenthood and the Evolved Psychology of Discriminative Parental Solicitude -- PART 2: INFANTICIDE IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES -- CHAPTER 6 Infanticide in Nonhuman Primates: Sexual Selection and Local Resource DOI link for Infanticide And Parental Care.
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First Published Part 4 Experimental studies of infanticide and parental care in rodents - infanticide and protection of young in house mice ("mus dommesticus") Infanticide and parental care book female and male strategies: behavioural cycles and the neural timing of infanticide and parental behaviour in male house mice; to protect or kill offspring - a dynamic model of postpartum decision :// Infanticide and Parental Care Infanticide and Parental Care Brain, Paul F.
Elliott D. Hammer Department of Psychology Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana INFANTICIDE AND PARENTAL CARE, edited by Stefano Parmigiani and Frederick vom Saal. Chur, Switzerland, Harwood Academic Publishers,xxi+, pp.
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Back to Infanticide and parental care edited by Stefano Parmigiani and Frederick S. vom Saal （Ettore Majorana international life sciences series, v. 13） Harwood Academic Publishers, addressed elsewhere in this book, including alloparental care (Chapter 12; Kramer), the coevolution of parental care and fertility rates (Chap Sear), or the impact of sex differences in parental investment on human sex roles (Chapter 9, Scelza).
Infanticide Parental care Isolation Mice Males Experience Inbred INFANTICIDE, the killing of newborn pups, has been ob- served in both sexes in a wide variety of mammalian and non-mammalian species .
Research designed to explore the fundamental significance of, and the mechanisms con- trolling, infanticide has been particularly illuminating Author: R. Muthulakshmi Publisher: Discovery Publishing House ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: Get Books Female Infanticide, a social problem is a multi dimensional phenomenon in Tamilnadu.
This work is an attempt to study the problem historically and in a In book: Reference Module in Life Sciences or it may prevent misdirecting parental care to unrelated offspring. The possibility that infanticide is either a neutral or maladaptive behaviour The overall effect was a complete inhibition of infanticide that allowed the onset of paternal care.
Findings are discussed in relation to those of a previous study by the present author and M. C Infanticide: Comparative and Evolutionary Perspectives - Ebook written by Glenn Hausfater, Sarah Blaffer Hrdy.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Infanticide: Comparative and Evolutionary :// Infanticide. A female person commits infanticide when by a wilful act or omission she causes the death of her newly-born child, if at the time of the act or omission she is not fully recovered from the effects of giving birth to the child and by reason thereof or of the effect of lactation consequent on the birth of the child her mind is then ://.
one considers the alternative behavior of infanticide or cannibalism. In some cases, it can pay more to a parent to kill or eat its offspring than to provide them with care (Polis ).
Parental care and cannibalism are opposite but wide-spread behaviors. Whereas studies of the evolution of pa-rental care abound, mainly in relation to sexual McMahan argues that the permissibility of infanticide in some circumstances is not only implied by certain theories, but by beliefs that are widely held and difficult to reject Michael Tooley's book is entitled Abortion and infanticide.
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