Post Profile

How a moderate form of evolutionary psychology can clarify the study of decision-making

(University of Kansas) Critics consider that evolutionary psychology's explanations are too simplistic in trying to describe a complex phenomenon. However, a University of Kansas philosopher's research points to a middle ground in this dispute.
read more


Related Posts

With new study, aquatic comb jelly floats into new evolutionary position

Health : Medical News Today

In a study that compares the genomes of aquatic life forms, researchers have found evidence to shuffle the branches of the tree of life. For more than a century, scientists thought that complex cell types, like neurons and muscles, ...

Feedback In Complex Decision-Making Tasks Can Have A Negative Impact On Performance

Health : Medical News Today

People who give positive encouragement and constructive criticism could be wasting their breath according to the latest research from a psychology expert at Queen Mary, University of London. The study, published in the journal Front...

UF research on newly formed plants could lead to improved crop fertility

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A new University of Florida study shows genomes of a recently formed plant species to be highly unstable, a phenomenon that may have far-reaching evolutionary consequences. read more

Independent evolutionary origins of complex sociality in marine life

Health : EurekAlert: Health

(Columbia University) In the world of evolutionary research, scientists studying the evolution of eusocial societies have traditionally relied on information gathered from studying terrestrial insects. A group of Columbia researcher...

Trying To Change Undesirable Traits Makes Kids More Accepted By Peers

Health : Medical News Today

A psychology team at Kansas State University is studying how elementary and middle school youths perceive and anticipate interacting with peers who have various characteristics seen as undesirable, such as being a poor student or be...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC