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Eyes on the price: Human culture and its teaching

  • Christian P. Müller (a1)

Abstract

Kline proposes an evolutionary framework for teaching as a major base of human culture, in which she outlines how different types of teaching may solve adaptive problems with a focus on human behavior. Here it is argued that the ability to teach and the different types of teaching behavior may not only solve adaptive problems, but also create them.

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