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- SECTION I: PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES; 1. Evolutionary pyschology in the round; 2. The power of culture; 3. Evolution and psychology in philosophical perspective; 4. Niche construction, human behavioural ecology and evolutionary psychology; 5. Group level evolutionary processes; SECTION II: THE COMPARATIVE APPROACH; 6. Homologizing the mind; 7. Social knowledge in primates; 8. Social cognition in non-primates; 9. Culture in primates and other animals; 10. Empathy, sympathy and prosocial preferences in primates; SECTION III: EVOLUTIONARY NEUROBIOLOGY AND COGNITION; 11. Evolution of the social brain as a distributed neural system; 12. The neuroevolutionary and neuroaffective psychobiology of the prosocial brain; 13. Neural pathways of social cognition; 14. Mirror neurons and social cognition; 15. Mechanisms of ecological rationality: heuristics and environments that make us smart; SECTION IV: DEVELOPMENT; 16. The evolution of empathizing and systematizing: assortative mating of two strong systematizers and the cause of autism; 17. The ontogenetic origins of human cooperation; 18. Childhood experiences and reproductive strategies; 19. Parental impacts on development: how proximate factors mediate adaptive plans; 20. Evolution of stress response to social threat; 21. Birth order and sibling competition; SECTION V: MATING, REPRODUCTION & LIFE HISTORY; 22. Body odours and odour preferences in humans; 23. Reproductive strategies and tactics; 24. Symmetry, attractiveness and sexual selection; 25. Sex differences in aggression; 26. Evolutionary ecology of family size; 27. Life-history theory, reproduction and longevity in humans; 28. Evolutionary psychology meets history: insights into human nature through family reconstitution studies; 29. Risk and decision-making; SECTION VI: THE SELF AND THE SOCIAL WORLD; 30. Ecological and socio-cultural impacts on mating and marriage systems; 31. Kinship and descent; 32. Individual differences; 33. Human evolution and social cognition; 34. Temporal knowledge and autobiographical memory: an evolutionary perspective; 35. Shamans, yogins and indigenous psychologies; 36. Competitive altruism: a theory of reputation-based cooperation in groups; 37. Ethnic nepotism as heuristic: risky transactions and public altruisms; SECTION VII: CULTURAL EVOLUTION; 38. Dual-inheritance theory: the evolution of human cultural capacities and cultural evolution; 39. Modelling cultural evolution; 40. Evolutionary perspectives in archaeology: from culture history to cultural evolution; 41. Memes; 42. Explaining altruistic behaviour in humans; 43. Evolution of religion; 44. Evolutionary approaches to literature and drama; 45. Music and cognitive evolution; 46. The evolution of language
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