Evolutionary

Theories of Sexual Coercion: Evolutionary, Feminist, and ...

Theories of Sexual Coercion: Evolutionary, Feminist, and Biosocial Perspectives © 2004 By: Shannon Rape is defined as "copulation resisted to the best of the victim's ability unless such resistance would probably result in death or serious injury to the victim or in death or injury to ...

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THE MEANING OF LIFE IN A DEVELOPING UNIVERSE

However, evolutionary biologists have been very reluctant to accept that these apparent patterns represent actual evolutionary trajectories (e.g. see Gould, 1996; Ruse, 1996).

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The Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions and Behavior

Irrational Emotions or Emotional Wisdom? The Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions and Behavior The Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions and Behavior

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Sexual selection and mate choice in evolutionary psychology

Sexual selection and mate choice in evolutionary psychology Chris Haufe Received: 17 October 2006/Accepted: 11 April 2007 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2007 Abstract Theimportance of mate choice and sexual selection has been emphasized by the majority of evolutionary psychologists.

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Evolutionary Trees

E College Students' Misconceptions About Evolutionary Trees volution is at the center of the biological sciences and is therefore a required topic for virtually every college biology student.

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About Paradigms

5. The Influence of the Evolutionary Paradigm 1 Richard M. Burian The central concern of this essay is the relationship between the synthetic theory of evolution and neighboring sciences.

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Development and Evolutionary Origin of Feathers

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY (MOL DEV EVOL) 285:291-306 (1999) © 1999 WILEY-LISS, INC. Development and Evolutionary Origin of Feathers RICHARD O. PRUM* Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, and Natural History Museum, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045-2454 ABSTRACT Avian ...

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Happiness in the Perspective of Evolutionary Psychology

B. GRINDE HAPPINESS IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY (Received 4December 2001; Accepted 28 August 2002) ABSTRACT. The human capacity for positive and negative feelings is shaped by the forces of evolution, thus the evolutionary perspective should be relevant to the study of happiness.

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Discovery and Confirmation in Evolutionary Psychology

Discovery and Confirmation in Evolutionary Psychology Edouard Machery [email protected] edu For J. Prinz, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Psychology "In the distant future I see open fields for more important researches.

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Evolutionary Relationships of the Arthropoda I

Evolutionary Relationships of the Arthropoda I 1. Trilobitomorpha (extinct) —trilobites 2. Chelicerata —horseshoe crabs, spiders, scorpions, ticks, mites, solifugids 3.

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