A friend in need is a friend indeed: Need-based sharing, rather than cooperative assortment, predicts experimental resource transfers among Agta hunter-gatherers

Daniel Smith*, Mark Dyble, Katie Major, Abigail E. Page, Nikhil Chaudhary, Gul Deniz Salali, James Thompson, Lucio Vinicius, Andrea Bamberg Migliano, Ruth Mace

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