Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science
This comprehensive, ten volume reference work reflects the interdisciplinary influences on evolutionary psychology and serves as a major resource for its history, scientific contributors and theories.
It draws on biology, cognitive science, anthropology, psychology, economics, computer science and paleoarchaeology to provide a multifaceted picture of behavioral adaptation in humans and how it adds to our academic and clinical understanding. Edited by a noted figure in evolutionary psychology, with many seminal and renowned contributors, this encyclopedia offers the full breadth of an area that is the forefront of behavioral thinking and investigation.
Incorporates insights from a range of disciplines related to evolutionary psychologyExplores both historical theory and cutting edge researchCovers theories, key terms, useful definitions and important individuals in the fieldProvides a timely, wide-ranging encyclopedia on evolutionary psychologyDraws on an advisory board of the most noted scholars on the topic