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Evolutionary Perspectives on Social Psychology

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 How Can an Understanding of Evolutionary Psychology Contribute to Social Psychology?
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    Chapter 2 Social by Design: How Social Psychology Can Be More Cognitive Without Being Less Social
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    Chapter 3 Social Cognitive Development from an Evolutionary Perspective
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    Chapter 4 Modularity
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    Chapter 5 Evolutionary Psychology and Emotion: A Brief History
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    Chapter 6 Religiosity
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    Chapter 7 The Evolution of Social Cognition
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    Chapter 8 The Emergent Self
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    Chapter 9 Evolutionary Perspectives on Social Identity
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    Chapter 10 Self-Esteem
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    Chapter 11 Your Sociometer Is Telling You Something: How the Self-Esteem System Functions to Resolve Important Interpersonal Dilemmas
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    Chapter 12 Self-Deception
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    Chapter 13 Evolutionary Cyberpsychology 2.0: Revisiting Some Old Predictions and Posting Some New Ones in the Age of Facebook
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    Chapter 14 Attitudes: An Evolutionary Perspective
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    Chapter 15 Conformity: Definitions, Types, and Evolutionary Grounding
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    Chapter 16 The Darwinian Mystique? Synthesizing Evolutionary Psychology and Feminism
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    Chapter 17 Nothing in Human Behavior Makes Sense Except in the Light of Culture: Shared Interests of Social Psychology and Cultural Evolution
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    Chapter 18 Prosocial Behavior
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    Chapter 19 Groups
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    Chapter 20 Why Do Humans Help Their Friends? Proximal and Ultimate Hypotheses from Evolutionary Theory
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    Chapter 21 Evolutionary and Social Psychological Perspectives on Human Cooperation
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    Chapter 22 Language and Communication
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    Chapter 23 The Evolution of Stereotypes
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    Chapter 24 A Biosocial Model of Status in Face-To-Face Groups
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    Chapter 25 Attraction and Human Mating
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    Chapter 26 Evolutionary Developmental Perspectives on Male Androphilia in Humans
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    Chapter 27 Familial Relationships
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    Chapter 28 A Life History Approach to the Dynamics of Social Selection
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    Chapter 29 War and Aggression
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    Chapter 30 Social Competition and Bullying: An Adaptive Socioecological Perspective
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    Chapter 31 Dangerous Terrorists as Devoted Actors
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    Chapter 32 The Parasite-Stress Theory of Sociality and the Behavioral Immune System
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    Chapter 33 Happiness
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    Chapter 34 Evolutionary Game Theory and Personality
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    Chapter 35 Evolutionary Perspectives of Personality
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    Chapter 36 The Roots of Narcissus: Old and New Models of the Evolution of Narcissism
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    Chapter 37 Integrating Evolutionary Psychology and Social Psychology: Reflections and Future Directions
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Title
Evolutionary Perspectives on Social Psychology
Published by
Springer Nature, May 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-12697-5
ISBNs
978-3-31-912696-8, 978-3-31-912697-5
Authors

Virgil Zeigler-Hill, Lisa L. M. Welling, Todd K. Shackelford, Coultas, Julie C., van Leeuwen, Edwin J. C.

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Shackelford, Todd K., Welling, Lisa L. M., Zeigler-Hill, Virgil

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Student > Postgraduate 1 <1%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 <1%
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Agricultural and Biological Sciences 2 2%
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