The Scholarship of Daniel G. Freedman; Pursuing the Big Picture; My Three Mentors; Is Nonduality Possible in the Social and Biological Sciences? Small Essays on Holism and Related Issues; Are Genetically-Based Individual Differences Compatible with Species-Wide Adaptations? Genetic Bases of Behaviour; Contributions to Psychological Research; A Developmental and a Genetic Perspective on Aggression; Genetic Analysis of Social Behaviour; Twin Research Perspective on Human Development; Biological Approaches to Developmental Issues - Rethinking the Data; Ethological and General Systems Perspectives on Child-Parent Attachment During the Toddler and Preschool Years; Sexual Orientation as a Developmental Context for Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals - Biological Perspectives; What Can the Genotype Tell Us About Complex Human Conditions?; Naturalistic Studies of Behaviour - How Does a Cross-Cultural Approach Inform Ongoing Research?; Why Do Hadza Children Forage?; Expression or Communication About Emotion; Mother-Infant Interaction in Cross-Cultural Perspective; Marriage in a Cross-Cultural Perspective; Evolutionary Analyses - New Issues and Continuing Controversies; Genetic Basis of Intrapsychic Conflict; Is Human Happiness Universal? An Evolutionary Perspective; Discrete Emotions Theory with Specific Reference to Pride and Shame; Film Retrospective - The Method and the Medium; Film Commentaries; Behaviour Genetics, Human Ethology, Evolutionary Psychology and Culture - Looking to the Future; Pair-Bonding Deconstructed by Twin Studies of Marital Status - What is Normative?; An Ethological Perspective on Normal Behaviour, Especially as it Relates to Mating Systems; Evolving Beyond Evolutionary Psychology - A Look at Family Violence; Final Overview - Uniting Psychology and Biology.