3 edition of Evolutionary Approaches in the Behavioral Sciences (Research In Biopolitics) found in the catalog.
April 1, 2001
by JAI Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Albert Somit (Editor), Steven A Peterson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
The Behavioral Sciences, Evolutionary Theory, and the Origins of Reciprocity But Altruistically Inclined? will interest a broad range of scholars in the social and behavioral sciences, natural scientists concerned with the implications of research and debates within their fields for the conduct of work elsewhere, and educated lay readers Cited by: Catherine Salmon, PhD, is a professor in the psychology department at the University of Redlands. With expertise in evolutionary psychology and human sexuality, Dr. Salmon has served as associate editor of Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, as well as book review editor for Evolutionary Psychological Science.. Dr. Salmon is also the treasurer for the Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES).
This edited book addresses this lacuna by culling chapters at the intersection of the evolutionary behavioral sciences and specific business contexts including in marketing, consumer behavior, advertising, innovation and creativity, intertemporal choice, negotiations, competition and cooperation in organizational settings, sex differences in. Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology is intended to be used as a text for graduate students and a sourcebook for professional scientists seeking an understanding of the evolutionary and ecological processes shaping behavior across a wide array of organisms and a diverse set of behaviors.
Evolutionary psychology is well suited to providing an account of human nature. As noted above (Section 1), evolutionary psychology owes a theoretical debt to human sociobiology. E.O. Wilson took human sociobiology to provide us with an account of human nature (). For Wilson human nature is the collection of universal human behavioral. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences is the official journal of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (NEEPS). The journal supports the society’s mission by publishing articles that explore the role of evolved mechanisms in real-world phenomena, the consequences of evolved behavior for the patterns and structure of society, and the.
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"Evolutionary Approaches in the Behavioral Sciences" examines perhaps the single most important post-World War II development in the Behavioral Sciences - the emergence of a group of practitioners who advocate 'a more biologically oriented' approach to their discipline's subject matter/5.
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Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences (EBS) publishes manuscripts that advance the study of human behavior from an evolutionary perspective, with an emphasis on work that integrates evolutionary theory with other approaches and perspectives from across the behavioral sciences, including the range of subdisciplines within psychology as well as the social sciences (e.g., sociology, political science.
Alexandra Alvergne, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Evolutionary Constraints: Life-History Trade-Offs and Aging. An evolutionary approach views the body as resulting from a series of trade-offs between fitness functions: when resources are limited, resources are traded off between competing functions such as growth, survival, and.
In this context, I review J. Turner's conception of "evolutionary sociology" as an attempt of sociological reception of the modern evolutionary synthesis in behavioral sciences.
This edited book addresses this lacuna by culling chapters at the intersection of the evolutionary behavioral sciences and specific business contexts including in marketing, consumer behavior, advertising, innovation and creativity, intertemporal choice, negotiations, competition and cooperation in organizational settings, sex differences in /5(4).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Anthropology and the Evolutionary Study of Human Behavior / Lee Cronk --Economics is an Evolutionary Science / Paul J. Zak, Arthur T. Denzau --History and Evolutionary Theory / Carl N.
Degler --Evolution in International Relations?From Social Darwinism to Evolutionary Theory in the Study of. Hames, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Human behavioral ecology (sometimes referred to as evolutionary ecology) is the application of evolutionary biological models to the study of behavioral variation in humans.
Evolutionary approaches to the study of human behavior fall under a variety of names such as sociobiology, biosociology, biocultural or. Evolutionary psychology is a theoretical approach in the social and natural sciences that examines psychological structure from a modern evolutionary perspective.
It seeks to identify which human psychological traits are evolved adaptations – that is, the functional products of natural selection or sexual selection in human evolution.
Adaptationist thinking about physiological mechanisms. Dr Mhairi A Gibson. Mhairi A. Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Biological Anthropology at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Her research focuses on the application of evolutionary anthropology to health and social issues in the less developed world, combining anthropological and demographic methodologies with theoretical frameworks from evolutionary biology.
Evolutionary approaches have the potential to make significant contributions to our understanding of criminal offending. In particular, an evolutionary perspective can help in the development of Author: Russil Durrant. Intended for graduate and upper level undergraduate courses in behavioural ecology where students are already familiar with the basic ideas, this book continues to define the subject.
A completely new set of contributions has been brought together once more to take account of the many exciting new developments in the field.
Each chapter presents a balanced view of the subject, integrating a. Assembles a collection of experts to provide a current account of different approaches (e.g., traditional, comparative and experimental) being applied to study mobility.
Moreover, the book aims to stimulate new theoretical perspectives that adopt a holistic view of the interaction among intrinsic. Description. Evolution of Human Behavior is the first text to synthesize and compare the major proposals for human behavioral evolution from an anthropological perspective.
Ideal for courses in the evolution of human behavior, human evolutionary ecology, evolutionary psychology, and biological anthropology, this unique volume reviews a wide array of approaches--including human behavioral.
The New Evolutionary Sociology by Turner and Machalek is clearly the best treatment available about the important and exceedingly relevant topic of human sociocultural evolution.
The authors discuss in detail how sociologists have used evolutionary paradigms in a variety of different investigations. The book begins with a consideration of ten theories on the evolutionary function of specific arts such as music and literature.
The theory of evolution was first drawn up in biology, but evolution is not confined to biology: genuinely evolutionary theories of Cited by: If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
Find out more about sending content to Google Drive. Neurobiological approaches to language: Falsehoods and fallaciesCited by: 2. BBS is the internationally renowned journal with the innovative format known as Open Peer Commentary.
Particularly significant and controversial pieces of work are published from researchers in any area of psychology, neuroscience, behavioral biology or cognitive science, together with commentaries on each article from specialists within and across these disciplines, plus the author's.
The purpose of the book described in this proposal is to compile the most recent experimental and applied research in behavioral sport psychology.
Several journal articles have reviewed critical dimensions of behavioral sport psychology (Martin et al., ; Martin, Vause, & Schwartzman, ) but no book has covered the topic with an emphasis. About the Author Philip Grime is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Sheffield where he currently maintains long-term experiments at the Buxton Climate Change Impacts Laboratory in North Derbyshire.
As a pioneer of experimental approaches to communities and ecosystems Professor Grime is an elected member of the Dutch and British Royal Societies and was the inaugural recipient in of. Book Description. In this book, well-known scholars describe new and exciting approaches to aesthetics, creativity and psychology of the arts, approaching these topics from a point of view that is biological or related to biology and answering new questions with new methods and theories.
The evolutionary approaches to human behavior and psychology (henceforth, ‘evolutionary behavioral sciences’) remain controversial in philosophy: While philosophers of science have extensively criticized them (e.g.
Richardson , ; Lloyd ; Dupré ; Kaplan ; Lloyd and Feldman ; Woodward and Cowie ; Buller ; Davies ), a few Cited by: Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology is intended to be used a text for graduate students and a sourcebook for professional scientists seeking an understanding of the evolutionary and ecological processes shaping behavior across a wide array of organisms and a diverse set of behaviors.