Evolutionary Theory: Fringe or Central to Psychological Science
by Danielle Sulikowski (ed.)
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA 2016
Number of pages: 62
Over a similar time period a relatively new field of psychology, evolutionary psychology, the application of evolutionary theory to understanding human behaviour and cognition, has gained momentum and recognition. Evolutionary Psychology is often viewed as a topic of research within the broader field of Psychology.
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