Evolutionary Psychological Science
Dedicated to exploring the psychological aspects of evolution and behavior, this journal provides an international and interdisciplinary forum for original empirical and theoretical papers that address evolved psychology in humans and non-humans. The contents include review papers as well as papers on clinical implications of an evolutionary viewpoint. The journal is informed by the related fields of social and life sciences, anthropology, philosophy, criminology, law and the humanities, with a focus on the ways that this interdisciplinary context contributes to the understanding of behavior.
A Review of Olivier Morin: How traditions live and die. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xvi + 300 pp, 2016, paper. Foundations of Human Interaction Series, £25.99
Csaba Pléh (September 2017)
Individual Mate Choice in an Arranged Marriage Context: Evidence from the Standard Cross-cultural Sample
Menelaos Apostolou (September 2017)
- Journal Title
- Evolutionary Psychological Science
- Volume 1 / 2015 - Volume 3 / 2017
- Online ISSN
- Springer International Publishing
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