Grandparental altruism: Expanding the sense of cause and effect

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (1):22-23 (2010)
Grandparental altruism may be partially understood in the same way as other instances of altruism. Acts of altruism often occur in a context in which the actor has a broader sense of cause and effect than is evident in more typical behavioral interactions where cause and effect appear relatively transparent. Many believe that good deeds will ultimately produce good results
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