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The socio-ecological approach can turn variance among populations from a liability to an asset [Commentary]


Brain and Behavioral Sciences


Organisational Behaviour

Authors / Editors

Kesebir S;Oishi S;Spellman B


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We emphasize the value of the socio-ecological approach in addressing the problem of population variances. The socio-ecological perspective studies how social and natural habitats shape human behaviors, and are in turn shaped by those behaviors. This focus on system-level factors is particularly well-suited to studying the origins of group differences in human behavior.

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