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The Cambridge Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behavior

By: Lance Workman(Editor), Will Reader(Editor), Jerome H Barkow(Editor)
604 pages
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About this book

The transformative wave of Darwinian insight continues to expand throughout the human sciences. While still centered on evolution-focused fields such as evolutionary psychology, ethology, and human behavioral ecology, this insight has also influenced cognitive science, neuroscience, feminist discourse, sociocultural anthropology, media studies, and clinical psychology. This handbook's goal is to amplify the wave by bringing together world-leading experts to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of evolution-oriented and influenced fields. While evolutionary psychology remains at the core of the collection, it also covers the history, current standing, debates, and future directions of the panoply of fields entering the Darwinian fold. As such, The Cambridge Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behavior is a valuable reference not just for evolutionary psychologists but also for scholars and students from many fields who wish to see how the evolutionary perspective is relevant to their own work.

Contents

Introduction

Part I. The Comparative Approach:
1. Human-grey parrot comparisons in cognitive performance
2. Cognitive abilities in elephants
3. Culture and communication among cetaceans

Part II. Sociocultural Anthropology and Evolution:
4. Eusociality in humans
5. The nature and psychological foundation of social universals
6. The study of culture and evolution across disciplines

Part III. Evolution and Neuroscience:
7. Are evolutionary psychology and the neuroscience of motivation compatible?
8. Are we designed to be happy? The neuroscience of making sense of pleasure
9. Environmental pressures on transgenerational epigenetic inheritance: an evolutionary development mechanism influencing atypical neurodevelopment in autism?

Part IV. Group Living – The Evolution of Social and Moral Behavior:
10. The problem of altruism and future directions
11. Can evolutionary processes explain the origins of morality?
12. The evolution and function of third-party moral judgment
13. Evolution of the human family
14. The parasite-stress theory of cultural values and sociality
15. The evolution of pride and shame
16. Thinking outside the head: cognitive ecologies and evolutionary psychology

Part V. Evolution and Cognition:
17. Runaway processes in modern human culture: an evolutionary approach to exaggerated communication in present human societies
18. Ontogeny of tactical deception
19. The evolution of language: a Darwinian approach
20. The adaptive problem of exploiting resources: human foraging behavior in patchy environments

Part VI. Evolution and Development:
21. Evolutionary developmental psychology: developing adaptations in infancy and childhood
22. The ontogeny and evolution of cooperation
23. Genomic imprinting is critical for understanding the development and adaptive design of psychological mechanisms in humans and other animals
24. Evolutionary explanations for bullying behavior
25. Birth order and evolutionary psychology

Part VII. Sexual Selection and Human Sex Differences:
26. Survival, selection, and sex differences in fear
27. The enigmatic urge: how sexual desire works
28. Are humans peacocks or robins?
29. Human mate selection: a multidimensional approach
30. Kin selection and the evolution of male androphilia
31. Evolutionary psychology: thoughts on integrating feminist perspectives

Part VIII. Abnormal Behavior and Evolutionary Psychopathology:
32. Psychopathology from an evolutionary perspective
33. Are we on the verge of Darwinian psychiatry?
34. The evolution of prosocial behavior: from caring to compassion
35. Disordered social cognition: alexithymia and interoception

Part IX. Applying Evolutionary Principles:
36. A bridge too far? Evolutionary psychology and the solutions of social problems
37. The evolution of personality
38. Applying evolutionary principles to criminality
39. Substitute parenting
40. Historians and the evolutionary approach to human behavior
41. The psychology of extraterrestrials: the new frontier?

Part X. Evolution and the Media:
42. Daily talk shows as virtual gossip communities
43. Supernormal stimuli in the media
44. An evolutionary approach to horror media
45. The internet is for porn: evolutionary perspectives on online pornography

Index

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Biography

Lance Workman is a visiting professor in psychology at the University of South Wales. Will Reader is a senior lecturer in psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. Jerome H. Barkow is a multidisciplinary researcher and has spent his career in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia.


Contributors:
- Irene M. Pepperberg
- Lucy Bates
- Ellen C. Garland
- Luke Rendell
- Laura Betzig
- Bernard Chapais
- Alex Mesoudi
- Frederick M. Toates
- Eloise Stark
- Kent C. Berridge
- Morten L. Kringelbach
- Dwaipayan Adhya
- Aicha Massrali
- Arkoprovo Paul
- Mark Kotter
- Jason Carroll
- Deepak Srivastava
- Jack Price
- Simon Baron-Cohen
- Luke Colquhoun
- Lance Workman
- Jo Fowler
- Dennis L. Krebs
- Will Reader
- Sara Hughes
- Craig T. Palmer
- Kathryn Coe
- Randy Thornhill
- Corey L. Fincher
- Alec T. Beall
- Jessica L. Tracy
- Louise Barrett
- Ádám Miklósi
- Veronika Konok
- Peter J. LaFreniere
- Rachelle M. Smith
- Michael C. Corballis
- Andreas Wilke
- Alyson J. Myers
- David F. Bjorklund
- Sebastian Grüneisen
- Emily Wyman
- William M. Brown
- Peter K. Smith
- Frank J. Sulloway
- Anne Campbell
- Steve Stewart-Williams
- Daniel Conroy-Beam
- David M. Buss
- Paul L. Vasey
- Lanna J. Petterson
- Scott W. Semenyna
- Francisco R. Gómez
- Doug P. VanderLaan
- Maryanne L. Fisher
- Justin R. Garcia
- Rebecca L. Burch
- William J. Ray
- Alfonso Troisi
- Paul Gilbert
- Rebecca Brewer
- Geoffrey Bird
- Abraham P. Buunk
- Adrian Furnham
- Satoshi Kanazawa
- Sandie Taylor
- Lance Workman
- Martin Daly
- Gretchen Perry
- Gregory Hanlon
- Jerome H. Barkow
- Clemens Schwender
- Deirdre Barrett
- Mathias Clasen
- Jens Kjeldgaard-Christiansen
- Catherine Salmon

By: Lance Workman(Editor), Will Reader(Editor), Jerome H Barkow(Editor)
604 pages
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