Maternal risk management, a theory of reproductive diversity by means of natural selection
Maternal risk management extends Darwin's theory of natural selection to explain, not only the fission of populations into diverse species via competition, but the fusion of parent and offspring into temporary family units via altruism and populations of family units into societies via cooperation.
Cassill, Deby L., "Maternal risk management, a theory of reproductive diversity by means of natural selection" (2021). Faculty Research Lightning Talks. 31.