Four Fallacies of Pop Evolutionary Psychology

Scientific American 300 (1):74-81 (2009)
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Abstract

Some evolutionary psychologists have made widely popularized claims about how the human mind evolved, but other scholars argue that the grand claims lack solid evidence.

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