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Psychology: An Evolutionary Approach

by Steven J. C. Gaulin

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For use in introductory psychology courses. *This is the first text to show the relevance of evolutionary thinking to the entire range of psychological phenomena, and it does so at a level appropriate for introductory students. *The authors-representing the disciplines of both psychology and anthropology-have taken special care to present their material in a way that parallels the organization of a standard introductory text. After they lay out the fundamentals of modern evolutionary theory, they systematically apply this theory to questions from every domain of psychology: learning, cognition, perception, emotion, development, pathology and more. *Appropriate as a core text or supplement for any introductory or upper-division psychology course with an emphasis on evolution.

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