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Which of the following is the study of biological bases of social behavior? A. Pavlov's response B. Ethnobiology C. Nature-nurture controversy D. Sociobiology
Sociobiology is the study of biological bases of social behavior.
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Sociobiology is the study of biological bases of social behavior.
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