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“Perhaps a tribe with some of each did especially well, or perhaps when one version grew rarer, it was favored, so that the strong did well when most people were tireless or vice versa an idea known as frequency-dependent selection.”
“There is also theory behind frequency-dependent selection, but it beyond the scope of this article.”
“A successful response to this challenge must be based on an explicit recognition of its existence, as made by Graumlich 1993 in her response surface approach, and of its frequency-dependent nature.”
“She also clearly takes the trouble to inform herself well beyond the usual lay level e.g., about frequency-dependent selection models so as to be able to make informed judgments of who to trust as a reliable authority.”
“My definition of well-educated for laypersons is whether you can explain a frequency-dependent selection model, a phylogenetic tree, and why humans are taxonomically classified as an ape.”
“Finally, Orr dismisses the hypothesis that psychopathy is a product of frequency-dependent selection, which he calls "an esoteric evolutionary phenomenon.”
“Many biologists believe that in ecology and social evolution, frequency-dependent selection is the rule, not the exception.”
“As Pinker well knows, my point was that his adaptive tale is extravagant relative to the alternative hypothesis: Pinker thinks psychopathic behavior is an adaptive cheater strategy maintained by a special force called frequency-dependent selection, which, in this case, works only in large populations.”
“Multiple morphs and alternative mating strategies are usually maintained in a population by frequency-dependent selection, in which the success of any one morph depends on how common it is.”
“P. parae, however, the frequencies of various morphs don't change between years, so the existence of multiple mating strategies can't be due to frequency-dependent selection.”
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