Behavioral genetics and evolutionary psychology: unified perspective on personality research.

@article{Segal1998BehavioralGA,
  title={Behavioral genetics and evolutionary psychology: unified perspective on personality research.},
  author={Nancy L. Segal and Kevin Macdonald},
  journal={Human biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={159-84}
}
Behavioral geneticists and evolutionary psychologists have generally pursued human behavioral analyses with little theoretical or methodological exchange. However, significant benefits might accrue from increased communication between these disciplines. The primary goals of this article are (1) to identify meaningful junctures between behavioral genetics and evolutionary psychology, (2) to describe behavioral genetic research designs and their applications to evolutionary analyses, and (3) to… CONTINUE READING

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