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Evolutionary Psychology -- The New Science of the Mind

  title={Evolutionary Psychology -- The New Science of the Mind},
  author={David M. Buss},
  • D. Buss
  • Published 23 November 1998
  • Psychology
PART ONE - FOUNDATIONS OF EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY Chapter 1. The Scientific Movements Leading to Evolutionary Psychology Chapter 2. The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology PART TWO - PROBLEMS OF SURVIVAL Chapter 3. Combating the Hostile Forces of Nature: Human Survival Problems PART THREE - CHALLENGES OF SEX AND MATING Chapter 4. Women's Long-Term Mating Strategies Chapter 5. Men's Long-Term Mating Strategies Chapter 6. Short-Term Sexual Strategies PART FOUR - CHALLENGES OF PARENTING AND… 
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