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expectations (capacities which are not defined with
respect to tasks, such as "intelligence"), (pp. 12-13) Sociobiological Definition of
Wilson, Hierarchy: “In ordinary
sociobiological usage, the dominance of
one member of a group over another, as
measured by superiority in aggressive
encounters and order of access to food,
mates, resting sites, and other objects
promoting survivorship and reproductive
fitness” (p. 11) 1 . . . “Hierarchies are formed in the course of
the initial encounters between animals by
means of repeated threats and...
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