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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Behaviorism, Cognitive Dissonance, Polygyny Threshold Model

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Successful psychologists have always been adaptationists because the objects of their interest are so clearly organized to achieve various ends. Effect
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Inheritance Of Acquired Characteristics, Anthropomorphism, Intentionality

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Understanding natural selection: essential concepts and common misconceptions http://www. gregorylab. org/reprints/understandingselection. pdf: ryan gr
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter 1: Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Political Correctness, Twin, Behavioural Genetics

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Evolutionary psychology: a primer by leda cosmides & john tooby. Evolutionary psychology is an approach, a way of thinking about psychology where the g
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Base Pair, Meiosis, Richard Lewontin

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Natural selection is a process of non-random elimination . Spencer"s statement, survival of the fittest is quite legitimate, provided the term fittest
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Evolutionary Medicine, Human Behavioral Ecology, Evolutionary Anthropology

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Evolutionary psychology is defined as evolutionarily informed study of human mental processes: inappropriate title for describtion should be called hum
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter 1: Human Evolutionary Psychology & Animal Behaviour

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Reciprocal Altruism, Exaptation, Senescence

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Reputation can support altruism in large groups but some other mechanism is needed to explain why reciprocity should be linked to prosociality not self
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David R.FeinbergWinter

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Squirrel Monkey, Follicular Phase, Sifaka

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergSpring

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Selectin, Natural Selection

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Understanding natural selection: essential concepts and common misconceptions. Origin of species by means of natural. Selectin (darwin) provided first
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Extra-Pair Copulation, Estrous Cycle, Overdominance

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Interest in explaining persistent low levels of human homosexuality stem from: evidence that homosexuals have lower lifetime offspring production, evid
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3F03David FeinbergFall

PSYCH 3F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Overproduction, Mutation, Assistive Technology

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Struggle for existence: only a tiny fraction of individuals will reproduce, do not survive to produce offspring of their own. Populations have the capa
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