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The Survival Game: How Game Theory Explains the Biology of Cooperation and Competition

By: David P Barash (Author)

302 pages, b/w illustrations

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Paperback | Aug 2004 | #219234 | ISBN: 0805076999
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Hardback | Dec 2003 | #219317 | ISBN: 080507175X
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About this book

A zoologist and psychologist delves deeply into the biological explanation for the root cause of human decision-making and discovers survival strategies that have been lurking in the genes since the dawn of the species. 


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Biography

A professor of psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle, zoologist David P. Barash is the author of more than a dozen books, including The Myth of Monogamy and The Mammal in the Mirror. He lives in Redmond, Washington.

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