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Sex, Murder, and the Meaning of Life: A Psychologist Investigates How Evolution, . Cognition, and Complexity are Revolutionizing Our View of Human Nature, by Douglas. Kenrick, New York, Basic Books, 2011. pp. xiii + 238. $26.99 (hardcover ). A Psychologist's Adventures, Personal and Professional. This slim and breezy ...
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Cognitive evolutionary therapy for depression: a case study
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Darwinian foundations of crime and law
Jun 11, 2008 ... evolutionary psychology has documented the importance of evolutionary forces in shaping patterns of human cognition and behavior. The process of natural selection is proposed to have shaped many behaviors that represent crimes in modern societies, such as murder, assault, rape, and theft, to address ...
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Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
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Jul 7, 1984 ... Does society totally determine our beliefs, behavior, and life chances? No. Individual differences still matter, and disciplines such as psychology are certainly needed for the most complete understanding of human action and beliefs. But if individual differences matter, so do society and the social.
The Affective Dog and Its Rational Tale: Intuition and Attunement
Although I pattern my title on Jonathan Haidt's seminal paper, “The Emotional Dog and Its Rational Tail,” Psychological Review 108 (2001): 814–34, I do not intend this essay to be a response to that article in ... view of the nature and status of intuitive moral responses is complex and has evolved over the last decade. Indeed ...
A History of Transhumanist Thought
Life, and various schools of esoteric Taoism in China strove for physical immortality by way of control over or ... The quest to transcend our natural confines has long been viewed with ambivalence, however. ... view the current version of humanity not as the endpoint of evolution but rather as an early phase. 7 The rise of ...
A Critique of Terror Management Theory from an Evolutionary
conjunction with this survival instinct, the evolution of advanced cognitive abilities in humans led to a para- lyzing, incapacitating, fear of death that created a new adaptive problem for our ancestors; (3) the adaptation produced by natural selection to solve this adaptive problem was an anxiety-reducing terror- management.
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