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By Sextants and Stars: The Propitious Voyage of The Literary Animal by Tim Horvath. A review of The Literary Animal: The Evolution and the Nature of Narrative by Jonathan Gottschall and David Sloan Wilson.
Talking About God With The “High Priests” Of Evolution by Craig Palmer. A review of Evolution, Monism, Atheism, and the Naturalistic World-View by Gregory Graffin.
The "Why's" of Crime and Criminality by Tony Walsh.
Synch, Song, and Society by William L. Benzon. A review of The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body by Steven Mithen.
A Kin-selected Explanation of Suicide Bombing by David Wilmsen. A review of Soldiers of God: Primal Emotions and Religious Terrorists by Jay D. Glass.
Tamar Frankel reviews Why we Lie: The evolutionary roots of deception and the unconscious mind by David Livingstone Smith.
Christian Perring reviews Critical Psychiatry: The Politics of Mental Health edited by David Ingleby.
Rick O'Gorman reviews The Paradoxical Primate by Colin Talbot.
Mark Daims reviews The Pressured Child: Helping Your Child Find Success in School and Life by Michael Thompson with Teresa Barker.
Bruce Bridgman reviews Evolution and the Psychology of Thinking: the Debate edited by D. E. Over.
Mark Daims reviews Moral, Believing Animals: Human Personhood and Culture by Christian Smith.
Michael Bradie reviews Why we lie: The evolutionary roots of deception and the unconscious mind by David Livingstone Smith.
Mark Daims reviews The Irreducible Needs of Children: What Every Child Must Have to Grow, Learn, and Flourish by T. Berry Brazelton and Stanley I. Greenspan.
John Wilkins reviews What makes us moral? Crossing the boundaries of biology by Neil Levy.
Mark Daims reviews The Abandoned Generation: Democracy Beyond the Culture of Fear by Henry A. Giroux.
Looking for Kindness in Most of the Wrong Places by Craig Palmer.
Mark Daims reviews Kids: How Biology and Culture Shape the Way We Raise Young Children by Meredith Small.
John van Wyhe reviews A Reason for Everything: Natural Selection and the English Imagination by Marek Kohn.
Introductory Psychology Texts as a View of Sociobiology/Evolutionary Psychology's Role in Psychology by R. Elisabeth Cornwell, Craig Palmer, Paul M. Guinther and Hasker P. Davis.
Ellen Dissanayake reviews The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body by Steven Mithen.
An Evolutionary Psychological Perspective on Cultures of Honor by Todd K. Shackelford.
Buller does to Evolutionary Psychology what Kitcher did to Sociobiology by Harmon R. Holcomb III.
Race and IQ Again by Mark Nathan Cohen.
The Effect of Vividness of Experience on Sex Differences in Jealousy by Sarah L. Strout, James D. Laird, Aaron Shafer and Nicholas S. Thompson.
A major feat of intelligent synthesis by Michael Peters.
The Effect of Age on Death Disgust: Challenges to Terror Management Perspectives by Daniel Fessler and C. David Navarrete.
Normative Bias and Adaptive Challenges: A Relational Approach to Coalitional Psychology and a Critique of Terror Management Theory by Daniel Fessler and C. David Navarrete.
Politics as Sex: The Old Testament Case by Laura Betzig.
Let a Thousand Orgasms Bloom! by David Barash.
Common ground for spatial cognition? A behavioral and fMRI study of sex differences in mental rotation and spatial working memory by Sarah Levin, Feroze Mohamed and Steven Platek.
The Evolving Science of the Developable by Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair.
From Helping to Hand Grenades: Setting the Bar for Altruism by L James Climenhage and Dennis Krebs.
Dennett, Darwin, and Skinner Crows by Frans Blommaert and Ruud Janssen.
A Necessary Pain in the Heart by Tom Dickins.
Evolutionary Explanations for Societal Differences in Single Parenthood by Nigel Barber.
The Nature and Nurture of Morality by Dennis Krebs and L James Climenhage.
An Environmental Approach to Positive Emotion: Flowers by Jeannette Haviland-Jones, Holly Hale Rosario, Patricia Wilson and Terry R. McGuire.
The Heroine with a Thousand Faces: Universal Trends in the Characterization of Female Folk Tale Protagonists by Jonathan Gottschall et al.
No Politics - Only Elections by David Edwards and David Cromwell.
The Role of Dreams in the Evolution of the Human Mind by Michael Franklin and Michael Zyphur.
Sexual Selection and the American Novel by Jonathan Gottschall.
On the Aims of Evolutionary Theory by Tom Dickins.
The power and limitations of reinforcement by Jeremy Genovese
Superb biography of a great pioneer by Iver Mysterud.
Thematic reasoning and theory of mind. Accounting for social inference difficulties in schizophrenia by Rhiannon Corcoran and Christopher D Frith.
Biology Lurks Beneath: Bioliterary Explorations of the Individual versus Society by David Barash.
Paley's New Clothes by Sean Cunningham.
Narcissism guides mate selection: Humans mate assortatively, as revealed by facial resemblance, following an algorithm of "self seeking like" by Liliana Alvarez and Klaus Jaffe.
Bridging the Two Cultures by David Barash.
Reflections from The Next Generation: These are the Voyages of Students in Evolutionary Psychology by Maryanne L. Fisher, Daniel J. Kruger, Steven M. Platek and Catherine Salmon.
Evolutionary Psychology and the Explanation of Ethnic Phenomena by David Goetze and Patrick James.
Human Kin Investment as a Function of Genetic Relatedness and Lineage by Gregory Webster.
On Social Justice and Political Struggle by Omar Swartz.
Language, Reflection and the Dimensions of Conduct by Peter Amato.
Which Infidelity Type Makes You More Jealous? Decision Strategies in a Forced-choice Between Sexual and Emotional Infidelity by Achim Schützwohl.
Cheaters Are Looked At Longer and Remembered Better Than Cooperators in Social Exchange Situations by Dan Chiappe, Adam Brown, Brian Dow, Jennifer Koontz, Marisela Rodriguez, and Kelly McCulloch.
Sarah Shettleworth reviews Evolution and Learning: The Baldwin Effect Reconsidered. Edited by Bruce H. Weber and David J. Depew.
William L. Benzon reviews The Big Book of Concepts by Gregory L. Murphy.
Making Sense of Development? by Paul R. Gross
Peter King reviews Good Natured: The Origins of Right and Wrong in Humans and Other Animals by Frans de Waal.
Sexual selection and the Male:Female Mortality Ratio by Daniel Kruger and Randolph Nesse.
Michael Ruse reviews Natural Ethical Facts: Evolution, Connectivism, and Moral Cognition by William D. Casebeer.
Patrick Bateson reviews Genomic Imprinting and Kinship by David Haig.
Michelle Scalise Sugiyama reviews Practical Ecocriticism by Glen A. Love.
David Dickins reviews Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes edited by M. A. Peterson and G. Rhodes.
Rainer Kattel reviews Romanticism, Economics and the Question of Culture by Philip Connell.
Maryanne Fisher reviews On Fertile Ground: A Natural History of Human Reproduction by Peter T. Ellison.
Mark Daims reviews Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools edited by Kenneth J. Saltman and David A. Gabbard.
Julian Derry reviews What Is Life? by Erwin Schrödinger.
Mark Daims reviews The Epidemic: The Rot of American Culture, Absentee and Permissive Parenting, and the Resultant Plague of Joyless, Selfish Children by Robert Shaw M.D. with Stephanie Wood.
How uncivilized! Reconfiguring narratives of innateness in Murray’s Human Accomplishment by Mark S. Roberts.
Samuel Wasser reviews Monster of God by David Quammen.
Herbert Gintis reviews Why Men Won't Ask for Directions: The Seductions of Sociobiology by Richard C. Francis.
On the Naturalistic Fallacy: A conceptual basis for evolutionary ethics by John Teehan and Christopher diCarlo.
Melvin Konner reviews Evolutionary Psychology and Violence edited by Richard W. Bloom and Nancy Dess.
Andreas Wilke and Rui Mata review How Homo Became Sapiens: On the Evolution of Thinking by Peter Gärdenfors.
Semen Displacement as a Sperm Competition Strategy in Humans by Gordon Gallup and Rebecca Burch.
Behind the evolution of social theory by Marlene Zuk.
Our Huxley by David Barash.
Science gets serious about consciousness by Bernard J. Baars.
Phil Gasper: An Interview with Philip Kitcher.
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