Sociopathy within and between small groups

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (3):577-577 (1995)

Abstract
If sociopathy is a biological adaptation, it probably evolved in small social groups in which individuals lacked the social mobility required for a con-man strategy to work. On the other hand, conflicts between groups may have provided a large niche for sociopathy throughout human history
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