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  1. Parent-offspring conflict unlikely to explain 'child marriage' in northwestern Tanzania Nat Hum Behav. Apr;3(4) doi: /s Epub Feb Authors Susan B Schaffnit 1, Anushé Hassan 2, Mark Urassa 3, David W Lawson 4 Affiliations 1 Department of Anthropology Cited by: 2.
  2. Jul 15,  · Parent-offspring Conflict: Time to Listen to the Argument Family conflicts have a biological basis in evolution and genetics. Posted Jul 15,
  3. Aug 22,  · Parent–offspring conflict has been a key theoretical concept in behavioural ecology ever since Trivers () first proposed the idea. Prior to Trivers, the presumption among evolutionary biologists was that parents and offspring had identical evolutionary interests regarding resource allocation. However, Trivers argued that, due to Cited by:
  4. Jan 24,  · Parent-offspring conflict describes the competition that arises between parent and offspring over issues involving differences in optimal parental investment (PI). Introduction Sexual reproduction is a form of offspring production that first evolved approximately 1 billion years ago, since becoming the dominant form of reproduction across known.
  5. Parent-offspring conflict is easy to observe in humans. It takes all sorts of forms. It's common enough that millions of theories have been developed to explain it, particularly in humans. For example, there's freudian theories and theories about socialization of infants (humans are born savage and greedy and the parents' job is to teach them.
  6. The theory of parent-offspring conflict has been examined in relation to Freud's (/) theory of the Oedipus Complex. According to Freud, the Oedipus Complex is a pivotal source of conflict between children and their same-sex parents. It has two central components. First, the son, between the ages of two and five, is hypothesized to.

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