Subject: INCEST | siblings | death | social cognition | KINSHIP | BF1-990 | WESTERMARCK THEORY | HOMICIDE | human family | Psychology | ALTRUISM | kin selection | C800 | FAMILY
Using a large sample of non-institutionalized individuals from the Netherlands ( n = 7610), we examined the influence of relatedness on an individual's knowledge about whether their sibling is alive or not. Respondents were generally less likely to know whether their si... View more
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