The Puzzle of Behavioral Choice or How Organisms Channel Their Evolution: a Review of Rui Diogo’s Evolution Driven by Organismal Behavior: A Unifying View of Life, Function, Form, Mismatches, and Trends

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Dyakonova, V. The Puzzle of Behavioral Choice or How Organisms Channel Their Evolution: a Review of Rui Diogo’s Evolution Driven by Organismal Behavior: A Unifying View of Life, Function, Form, Mismatches, and Trends . Evolutionary Psychological Science 4, 67–70 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40806-017-0113-9

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Keywords

  • Choice Behavior
  • Behavioral Persistence
  • Brain Genome
  • Modern Evolutionary Biologists
  • Main Take-home Message