Social dominance in childhood and its evolutionary underpinnings: Why it matters and what we can do.

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Abstract

Bullying is a common and familiar manifestation of power differentials and social hierarchy. Much has been written lately about bullying in schools, in the workplace, and even in the National Football League. Such hierarchies are pervasive in nature. They can be subtly, almost imperceptibly, managed (by glances, gestures, or implicit cultural expectations), brutally enforced (authoritarian rule, vicious attacks, or explicit edicts), or anything in between. These power differentials affect our daily behavior and thought processes, are a ..
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)s31-s38
JournalPediatrics supplement
StatePublished - 2015

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