Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind

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Allyn and Bacon, 2004 - Psychology - 455 pages
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Focuses on the field of evolutionary psychology. This second edition offers a logical progression of topics by discussing adaptive problems that humans face. It integrates material on cognition and language throughout the text. It includes stories, media and cultural examples and illustrations, and applications to the personal lives of students.

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This is the textook I'm using this year in my Comparative Psychology class, which combines ethology and evolutionary elements. This is a very good book on the topic. I haven't finished the class yet ... Read full review


PART ONE Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology
The Scientific Movements Leading to Evolutionary Psychology
The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology

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David M. Buss is Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas.

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