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How do we know who may replace each other in triadic conflict roles?

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How do we know who may replace each other in triadic conflict roles? / Thomsen, Lotte.

In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 45, e124, 07.2022.

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Thomsen L. How do we know who may replace each other in triadic conflict roles? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2022 Jul;45:e124. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X21001473

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Thomsen, Lotte. / How do we know who may replace each other in triadic conflict roles?. In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2022 ; Vol. 45.

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abstract = "Group representations need not reduce to triadic conflict roles, although we infer group membership from them. A conceptual primitive of as one solidary, bounded unity or clique may motivate and facilitate reasoning about cooperative group interactions in context with and without intergroup conflict and may also be necessary for representing which agents would replace one another in a triadic conflict. ",
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