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In an audio interview, neuroscientist Walter J. Freeman discusses his view that consciousness springs from action.
This Research Fellow at the University of Michigan provides an online version of his work "What is Evolutionary Psychology?" published 2002.
Covers the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's four-part radio series on neo-Darwinism.
Work by faculty and students at the University of Michigan in the area of evolution and human behavior, including work relevant to Darwinian medicine.
A comprehensive evolutionary psychology must be able to deal with our future psychological evolution as well as our past. This paper begins the extension of evolutionary psychology to our future evolution.
Article by J Raymond Zimmer describing evolutionary psychology and the challenge it poses to traditional social science, and then discussing opportunities evolutionary psychology opens for Christian apologetics.
Answers to frequently asked questions about evolutionary psychology.
An invaluable primer written by two of the founders of the field.
An article on the theory and implications of this theory by Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair.
Biological explanation of human nature, specifically biological exploration of the human condition, humans' capacity for good and evil.
Audio interview with the visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, author of 'Born to Rebel'.
An audio interview with the primatologist and author.
Paper by nick Bostrom exploring some dystopian scenarios where evolutionary developments, while continuing to produce complex and intelligent forms of organization, lead to the gradual elimination of all forms of being that we care about.
Audio resources on genetics, ethics and theology.
Web site of the debate between Sue Scott, Kenan Malik, Rita Carter and Christopher Badcock. There are useful links and contact information.
Written by Charles R. Peters of Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
The hidden subconscious of an individual. Humans can display the reason for psychic perceptions or physical conditions and are able to adapt to those conditions at an early stage.
Your personality could determine how likely you are to be involved in an accident, say researchers.
Tom Dickins looks at Henry Plotkin's view on the natural science of culture.
An audio interview with the author, physiologist, evolutionary biologist and biogeographer.
Audio interview with an expert on visual perception.
Statistical research of the hereditary nature of intelligence with IQ data source. Evidence of evolution supporting the Global Cognitive Theory.
Audio discussion featuring Dean Hamer.
Radio interview with the founder of "The Journal of Mundane Behavior."
Some thoughts on the 'origin of language' debate, and the arguments put forward by Steels and MacWhinney, in contrast to those put forward by Chomsky and Pinker.
Many Stone Age relics lying in our museums might not simply be tools but could also be musical instruments.
Audio interview with the historical sociologist and Professor at Harvard University. He won the 1991 National Book Award for Freedom in the Making of Western Culture, appears regularly in The New York Times, Newsweek, and The New Republic. He also served as special adviser for social policy and development to Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley during the 1970's, was on the faculty at the London School of Economics, and has published three novels.
NPR audio interview originally broadcast on Fresh Air.
Center at Rutgers University provides faculty profiles, information on courses and conferences. Also offers an archive of papers.
Audio interview with the Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University. His book 'Demonic Males' popularized ideas he has developed in scholarly research focused on the influence of ecology on the evolution of primate social behavior.
The organ of thought is the subject of a major new BBC television series 'Brain Story'.
An evolutionary perspective on sex, drugs, cults, religions, and ideologies by H. Keith Henson, including a hair-raising account of the author's encounters with the scientiology cult.
Audio conversations with the noted primatologist.
Essay by Caspar Hewett on sexual selection in peacocks and its relevance to the human mind.
A detailed commentary on The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature by Steven Pinker.
Scientists think they have identified the part of the brain, which if switched off, can stimulate artistic genius, a BBC documentary shows.
A rumour spread by a small radio station saw UK motorists trying to beat a phantom fuel blockade. What makes a rumour so successful?
Babies start to see complex objects in the same way as adults at the age of seven months, according to new research.
NPR interview with Steven Pinker on the discovery of the first gene linked to speech and language. (August 15, 2002)
British and German scientists believe they have identified the specific area of the human brain responsible for intelligence.ˇ= (July 21, 2000)
The BBC reports that women are attracted to more hunky men at the most fertile time of their menstrual cycle - this may be part of an evolutionary explanation of infidelity. (June 24, 1999)
Work by faculty and students at the University of Michigan in the area of evolution and human behavior, including work relevant to Darwinian medicine.
Some thoughts on the 'origin of language' debate, and the arguments put forward by Steels and MacWhinney, in contrast to those put forward by Chomsky and Pinker.
NPR audio interview originally broadcast on Fresh Air.
Radio interview with the founder of "The Journal of Mundane Behavior."
An invaluable primer written by two of the founders of the field.
Audio discussion featuring Dean Hamer.
Audio resources on genetics, ethics and theology.
Essay by Caspar Hewett on sexual selection in peacocks and its relevance to the human mind.
Article by J Raymond Zimmer describing evolutionary psychology and the challenge it poses to traditional social science, and then discussing opportunities evolutionary psychology opens for Christian apologetics.
The hidden subconscious of an individual. Humans can display the reason for psychic perceptions or physical conditions and are able to adapt to those conditions at an early stage.
Statistical research of the hereditary nature of intelligence with IQ data source. Evidence of evolution supporting the Global Cognitive Theory.
Web site of the debate between Sue Scott, Kenan Malik, Rita Carter and Christopher Badcock. There are useful links and contact information.
Paper by nick Bostrom exploring some dystopian scenarios where evolutionary developments, while continuing to produce complex and intelligent forms of organization, lead to the gradual elimination of all forms of being that we care about.
An article on the theory and implications of this theory by Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair.
An audio interview with the author, physiologist, evolutionary biologist and biogeographer.
Written by Charles R. Peters of Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
An evolutionary perspective on sex, drugs, cults, religions, and ideologies by H. Keith Henson, including a hair-raising account of the author's encounters with the scientiology cult.
The organ of thought is the subject of a major new BBC television series 'Brain Story'.
Audio interview with the visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, author of 'Born to Rebel'.
An audio interview with the primatologist and author.
Your personality could determine how likely you are to be involved in an accident, say researchers.
A comprehensive evolutionary psychology must be able to deal with our future psychological evolution as well as our past. This paper begins the extension of evolutionary psychology to our future evolution.
Audio interview with an expert on visual perception.
In an audio interview, neuroscientist Walter J. Freeman discusses his view that consciousness springs from action.
This Research Fellow at the University of Michigan provides an online version of his work "What is Evolutionary Psychology?" published 2002.
Babies start to see complex objects in the same way as adults at the age of seven months, according to new research.
Answers to frequently asked questions about evolutionary psychology.
Covers the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's four-part radio series on neo-Darwinism.
Scientists think they have identified the part of the brain, which if switched off, can stimulate artistic genius, a BBC documentary shows.
A detailed commentary on The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature by Steven Pinker.
Many Stone Age relics lying in our museums might not simply be tools but could also be musical instruments.
Center at Rutgers University provides faculty profiles, information on courses and conferences. Also offers an archive of papers.
Audio interview with the Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University. His book 'Demonic Males' popularized ideas he has developed in scholarly research focused on the influence of ecology on the evolution of primate social behavior.
Tom Dickins looks at Henry Plotkin's view on the natural science of culture.
A rumour spread by a small radio station saw UK motorists trying to beat a phantom fuel blockade. What makes a rumour so successful?
Audio conversations with the noted primatologist.
Audio interview with the historical sociologist and Professor at Harvard University. He won the 1991 National Book Award for Freedom in the Making of Western Culture, appears regularly in The New York Times, Newsweek, and The New Republic. He also served as special adviser for social policy and development to Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley during the 1970's, was on the faculty at the London School of Economics, and has published three novels.
Biological explanation of human nature, specifically biological exploration of the human condition, humans' capacity for good and evil.
NPR interview with Steven Pinker on the discovery of the first gene linked to speech and language. (August 15, 2002)
British and German scientists believe they have identified the specific area of the human brain responsible for intelligence.ˇ= (July 21, 2000)
The BBC reports that women are attracted to more hunky men at the most fertile time of their menstrual cycle - this may be part of an evolutionary explanation of infidelity. (June 24, 1999)
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