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Research on avian conflicts showcased in special Science issue

21 May 2012

A special issue of Science has been published considering the deep evolutionary roots of violent confrontation, exploring the importance of war in our history and examining how such conflicts are mediated and thus enable peaceful coexistence. The issue focuses on human behaviour but contains an article showcasing the parallels established in non-human animals by the extensive research of Andy Radford on intergroup conflicts and intragroup affiliation in cooperatively breeding green woodhoopoes.

A special issue of Science has been published considering the deep evolutionary roots of violent confrontation, exploring the importance of war in our history and examining how such conflicts are mediated and thus enable peaceful coexistence. The issue focuses on human behaviour but contains an article showcasing the parallels established in non-human animals by the extensive research of Andy Radford on intergroup conflicts and intragroup affiliation in cooperatively breeding green woodhoopoes.
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