A Dictionary of Human Instincts

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iUniverse, Aug 22, 2001 - Psychology - 152 pages
This dictionary is probably the first dictionary of human instincts to be published. Moreover, the Introduction of the dictionary contains the first publication of the new and important Bronston heritability coefficient.

Note: A Dictionary of Human Instincts also appears as an appendix to Human Behavior: The New Synthesis by Mitch Bronston and Nils K. Oeijord.

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Nils K. Oeijord was born in Norway in 1947. A graduate of the Agricultural University of Norway, he also studied mathematics at the University of Trondheim, in Norway as well. He is a former assistant professor of mathematics at Tromsoe College, Norway, and is the author of several scientific works in Norwegian. He is currently a full time science writer. Nils K. Oeijord?s first book in English, Human Instincts Explained, was published in 2000 (Vantage, New York).

Mitch Bronston was born in Sioux City, Iowa and is 52 years old. He is a graduate of Drake University, and currently a science writer and facilitator of abnormal human behavior. His recent papers on Primal Instincts and Their Effect on Human Behavior appear widely on science websites. Previously, he has taught neuro-electrophysiology at a St Louis technical school, and now lives in Sioux City. Mitch and his wife Sydney have four grown children.

Nils K. Oeijord was born in Norway in 1947. A graduate of the Agricultural University of Norway, he also studied mathematics at the University of Trondheim, in Norway as well. He is a former assistant professor of mathematics at Tromsoe College, Norway, and is the author of several scientific works in Norwegian. He is currently a full time science writer. Nils K. Oeijord?s first book in English, Human Instincts Explained, was published in 2000 (Vantage, New York).

Mitch Bronston was born in Sioux City, Iowa and is 52 years old. He is a graduate of Drake University, and currently a science writer and facilitator of abnormal human behavior. His recent papers on Primal Instincts and Their Effect on Human Behavior appear widely on science websites. Previously, he has taught neuro-electrophysiology at a St Louis technical school, and now lives in Sioux City. Mitch and his wife Sydney have four grown children.

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