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Correlates of conflict resolution across cultures
Conflicts are ubiquitous between individuals as well as between groups. Effective conflict resolution is essential for individual well-being and group functioning and often involves leadership dynamics. The evolutionary human sciences have suggested conflict resolution is shaped by psychological heuristics, norms, and ecology. There is limited empirical data, however, on conflict resolution across cultures. Using a cross-cultural database of 109 leadership dimensions coded from over 1,200doi:10.31219/osf.io/syzq2 fatcat:rn6uj3e4wbdpjk23erttcxogiq