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A complete understanding of the psychology of social identity requires not only descriptions of how social identification processes work, but also an account of why the underlying psychological mechanisms have evolved. This chapter focuses on the evolution of coalitional (or "tribal") social identity (i.e., the type of social identity associated with nationality, ethnicity, religion, and class). Coalitional social identity appears to involve a readiness to incur costs for the collective, whichdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-12697-5_9 fatcat:nzjzyuv26jej3duo4pku5fwv2i