Where Evolutionary Psychology Meets Cognitive Neuroscience: A Précis to Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience

@inproceedings{Krill2007WhereEP,
  title={Where Evolutionary Psychology Meets Cognitive Neuroscience: A Pr{\'e}cis to Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience},
  author={Austen L. Krill and Steven M. Platek and Aaron T. Goetz and Todd K Shackelford},
  year={2007}
}
Cognitive neuroscience, the study of brain-behavior relationships, has long attempted to map the brain. The discipline is flourishing, with an increasing number of functional neuroimaging studies appearing in the scientific literature daily. Unlike biology and even psychology, the cognitive neurosciences have only recently begun to apply evolutionary meta-theory and methodological guidance. Approaching cognitive neuroscience from an evolutionary perspective allows scientists to apply… CONTINUE READING

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