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what theory suggests that beneficial behaviors are passed on for generations while unbeneficial behaviors are not passed on.
The Adaptation theory suggests that beneficial behaviors are passed on for generations while unbeneficial behaviors are not passed on.
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The Adaptation theory suggests that beneficial behaviors are passed on for generations while unbeneficial behaviors are not passed on.
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