eBook Evolution and Human Behavior: Darwinian Perspectives on Human Nature (Bradford Books) download
by John Cartwright
Author: John Cartwright
Publisher: A Bradford Book; second edition edition (July 3, 2008)
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Evolution and Human Behav. has been added to your Cart. John Cartwright is Senior Lecturer and teaching fellow at the University of Chester, where he teaches courses on evolutionary psychology, genetics and evolution, and animal behavior.
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To cite this article: Mark Fedyk (2011): Evolution and Human Behavior: Darwinian Perspectives on. Human Nature, Philosophical Psychology, 24:5, 723-726. John Cartwright’s book provides a valuable introduction to the field of evolutionary.
p. cm. A Bradford Book Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-262-03281-3 (alk. paper) - ISBN 0-262-53170-4 (pb. .alk. paper) 1. Behavior evolution 2. Genetic psychology.
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It also examines the larger implications of Darwinism for how we view ourselves as a species and our sense of ourselves as a moral animal
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Evolutionary psychology occupies an important place in the drive to understand and explain human behavior. Darwinian ideas provide powerful tools to illuminate how fundamental aspects of the way humans think, feel, and interact derive from reproductive interests and an ultimate need for survival. In this updated and expanded edition of Evolution and Human Behavior, John Cartwright considers the emergence of Homo sapiens as a species and looks at contemporary issues, such as familial relationships and conflict and cooperation, in light of key theoretical principles. The book covers basic concepts including natural and sexual selection, life history theory, and the fundamentals of genetics. New material will be found in chapters on emotion, culture, incest avoidance, ethics, and cognition and reasoning. Two new chapters are devoted to the evolutionary analysis of mental disorders. Students of psychology, human biology, and physical and cultural anthropology will find Evolution and Human Behavior a comprehensive textbook of great value.