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Evolutionary Psychology

Is the study of individual differences with its emphasis on mental testing. It provides a rational for the field of comparative psychology and makes legitimate inference from animal work to humans. It stresses the concept of adaptation, function and purpose.

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Attachment Theory - Attachment theory is meant to describe and explain people's enduring patterns of relationships from birth to death. This domain overlaps considerably with that of Interpersonal Theory. Because attachment is thought to have an evolutionary basis, attachment theory is also related to Evolutionary Psychology. 3/5

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 Encyclopeadia of Psychology - Comparative Psychology Links. 3/5
Enter Evolution: Theory and History: This site, by Rob and David Polly, offers a good treatment of the history of thought about evolution 3/5
Evolutionary Psychology - And The Origins Of Bigotry And Prejudice Perhaps, Evolutionary Psychology Unravels the Mystery© by William A. Spriggs August, 1995. An Article. 3/5
Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) - Is an interdisciplinary, international society of researchers, primarily from the social and biological sciences, who use evolutionary theory to discover human nature - including evolved cognitive, behavioral, emotional and sexual adaptations. 3/5
International Brain Research Organization - IBRO - 4/5
Primate Society of Great Britain - The Primate Society of Great Britain was founded in 1967 to promote research into all aspects of primate biology, conservation and management.   3/5
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Recommended Books    

Evolutionary Psychology: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides) [Paperback]

Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind [Paperback]

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