Joint Action and Hominin Cognitive Evolution

McLoone, Brian

Humans have the rare ability to team up with others to accomplish shared tasks. Here, I develop an account of how the capacity to interact with others in this way evolved, and how this capacity motivates us to re-configure standard accounts of the Social Intelligence Hypothesis.

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