Data from: Polygyny without wealth: popularity in gift games predicts polygyny in BaYaka Pygmies

Nikhil Chaudhary, Gul Deniz Salali, James Thompson, Mark Dyble, Abigail Page, Daniel Smith, Ruth Mace & Andrea Bamberg Migliano
The occurrence of polygynous marriage in hunter–gatherer societies, which do not accumulate wealth, remains largely unexplored since resource availability is dependent on male hunting capacity and limited by the lack of storage. Hunter–gatherer societies offer the greatest insight in to human evolution since they represent the majority of our species' evolutionary history. In order to elucidate the evolution of hunter–gatherer polygyny, we study marriage patterns of BaYaka Pygmies. We investigate (i) rates of polygyny among...
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