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Foreword: Beyond Selfishness in Modeling Human Behavior xiii Herbert Gintis Chapter 1 Natural Selection and the Capacity for Subjective Commitment 1 Randolph M. Nesse PART I CORE IDEAS FROM ECONOMICS 45 Chapter 2 Commitment: Deliberate Versus Involuntary 48 Thomas C. Schelling Chapter 3 Cooperation Through Emotional Commitment 57 Robert H. Frank Chapter 4 Game-Theoretic Interpretations of Commitment 77 Jack Hirshleifer PART II COMMITMENT IN ANIMALS 95 Chapter 5 Threat Displays in Animal Communication: Handicaps, Reputations, and Commitments 99 Eldridge S. Adams Chapter 6 Subjective Commitment in Nonhumans: What Should We Be Looking for, and Where Should We Be Looking? 120 Lee Alan Dugatkin Chapter 7 Grunts, Girneys, and Good Intentions: The Origins of Strategic Commitment in Nonhuman Primates 138 Joan B. Silk PART III COMMITMENT IN HUMANS 159 Chapter 8 Honor and "Faking" Honorability 163 Dov Cohen and Joseph Vandello Chapter 9 The Evolution of Subjective Commitment to Groups: A Tribal Instincts Hypothesis 186 Peter J. Richerson and Robert Boyd Chapter 10 Morality and Commitment 221 Michael Ruse PART IV COMMITMENT IN HUMAN SOCIAL GROUPS 237 Chapter 11 Commitment in the Clinic 240 Randolph M. Nesse Chapter 12 Law and the Biology of Commitment 262 Oliver R. Goodenough Chapter 13 Religion as a Hard-to-Fake Sign of Commitment 292 William Irons Chapter 14 The Future of Commitment 310 Randolph M. Nesse