Reciprocity & Risk

boone 1992 fig 105a b a e f d ge a ch a i fac i f he

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Unformatted text preview: a e; 2 ie d = 2 a e; e c.) [Boone 1992, Fig. 10.5(a)] B a e f: D ge a ch a i fac i f he 3 d ch c a e dae (a e i i g) a f he ec d, e a e he fi ? U e 'ea dae fa a ic, he a e bab ; a d hi bec e i c ea i g i e a e e d hi f a hi e (e.g., 10 h dae f he da a ae ba f) Thi ba ic gic i he a de e e e ed g a hica b a dim inishing returns c [Boone Fig. 10.5(b)] e: each addi i a ii O he he ha d, e ca i agi e h he b f he c e igh h acce e a i g e (each addi i a i h m ore ha a ); if ' eg e g ih f d, he fi bi e he a e i e a d ea e h g ie ha bef e! [Boone Fig. 10.5(c)] K ee i g ea e f i el d a f d i c e b hif i g a ec e c f a i fac i ii fitness, c ide h he a e ge e a gic igh a : a ad h a f a e age i e i i ed 100 ca a da i e i h, b a 500 ca /da a be ab e ha g a fe ee ; b 1500 ca /da i be h g b i i g; b 2000 ca /da i ha e e gh be ac i e (a d e i di ea e a d he i ), a 2500 ca /da ha e gh e d ce, a d be d ha a gai i e fi e be efi ( h gh e e 4000 ca /da a ffe e a gi a fi e gai i a b i e ce c e i h a iab e i c e, i ce e ca e e f ai da , e cha ge e fi f he be efi , e...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ANTH 457 taught by Professor Smith,e during the Fall '08 term at University of Washington.

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