Evolutionary psychology, the study of human psychological adaptations, does not have a popular or scientific reputation for being rigorous, even though there are rigorous, thoughtful scientists in the field. The field is trying to take on an incredibly challenging task: understand what of human behavior is adaptive and why. We can better circumvent the conditions that lead to violence, war, and hatred if we know as much as we can about why we are the way we are. What motivates us, excites us, angers us, and how can evolutionary theory help us understand it all?
Excerpt from an article written by Kate Clancy. Continue HERE
One thought on “5 Ways to Make Progress in Evolutionary Psychology: Smash, Not Match, Stereotypes”
Thanks to mʏ father who shared with me on the topic oof tɦis webpage, this webpage is genuinely aաesome.