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Category Archive: Science

Mar 01 2013

Darkness in Anthropology

Never heard of Napoleon Chagnon? Here’s what you need to know.

Feb 12 2013

A “Deep Human History” of Polyandry

It will be interesting to see whether the evolutionary psychology community incorporates this observation going forward.

Feb 12 2013

Time to Go to Medical School

Quick and easy to understand, each of these videos covers an aspect of normal or “abnormal” human physiology.

Feb 11 2013

Worth Getting Right

Kate Clancy helps you understand why a lot of us don’t find the vast majority of evolutionary psychology terribly convincing.

Feb 03 2013

The Evolution of Creationism

It’s fascinating to watch how what were once fairly reasonable ideas, given the state of knowledge at the time, became sacred and entrenched.

Jan 27 2013

When Denial Is Progress

Sometimes it’s the act of noticing out loud that makes the difference.

Jan 05 2013

Going Further on Evolutionary Psychology

Have I been taking it too easy on evolutionary psychology?

Dec 27 2012

Putting the “Post” in PTSD

Victims of trauma are our collective responsibility. How we treat them matters. What role will you play in their trauma or recovery?

Dec 21 2012

Readings in Evolutionary Psychology

A short selection of readings that may interest you.

Dec 15 2012

In a Violent Context

When the incomprehensible happens, we are much happier if we can reduce the event to a single cause.

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