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The role of glucose in self-control: Another look at the evidence and an alternative conceptualizationThe role of glucose in self-control: Another look at the evidence and an alternative conceptualization
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To be published in Social Science InformationTo be published in Social Science Information
In particular, I will deal with the evolution of theories of "internal symmetries" in particle physics. Memetics is the counterpart of genetics in the cultural arena. In its application to science. Selfish brain theory
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Title: Attack of the Memes! How cultural parasites can subvert human interests AuthorsTitle: Attack of the Memes! How cultural parasites can subvert human interests Authors
As a case study, we discuss the witch hunts of early modern Europe. In this particular case, adopting the meme’s eye view promises to shed new light on a mystery that historians and social scientists have been wrestling with for decades. Selfish brain theory
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Review of Joan Roughgarden, The Genial GeneReview of Joan Roughgarden, The Genial Gene
For instance, the peacock's gorgeous and abundant plumage is costly to produce and renders the bird vulnerable to predators but desirable to peahens. Selfish brain theory
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Review of Mark Pagel, Wired for Culture: Origin of the Human Social MindReview of Mark Pagel, Wired for Culture: Origin of the Human Social Mind
Whenever a biological topic comes up, Pagel takes the time to explain the issue clearly and completely non-pedantically, often referring to analogies from music and the movies to make his points clear. Selfish brain theory
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Approaches in PsychologyApproaches in Psychology
In terms of psychology, the situation is not as straightforward as in politics, as most people might favour one kind of approach when explaining, say, aggression. Selfish brain theory
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Chapter 10: Social Process and Control Theories of CrimeChapter 10: Social Process and Control Theories of Crime
Distinguish differential association theory from differential reinforcement theory. Selfish brain theory
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Are Humans Good or Evil? Naughty or nice?Are Humans Good or Evil? Naughty or nice?
Suicide by his son. These are the costs Bernie Madoff incurred for running a decades-long Ponzi scheme that appropriated an estimated $18 billion from investors. If Madoff was just maximizing his income. Selfish brain theory
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Not in your genes –Time To Accept The Null Hypothesis Of The Human Genome Project? (In Press, Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis) Oliver James IntroductionNot in your genes –Time To Accept The Null Hypothesis Of The Human Genome Project? (In Press, Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis) Oliver James Introduction
In Press, Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis. Selfish brain theory
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The Emotional Foundations of High Moral Intelligence Darcia NarvaezThe Emotional Foundations of High Moral Intelligence Darcia Narvaez
Mature moral functioning relies on the integration of emotion, intuition and reasoning, which come together in adaptive ethical expertise. Moral expertise can be cultivated in organizations using the Integrative Ethical Education model. Selfish brain theory
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Conceptions of a Global Brain: an historical reviewConceptions of a Global Brain: an historical review
Its selectionist logic allows us to analyse the process whereby initially selfish individuals self-organize into a synergetic system functioning at a higher level of intelligence, making use of an advanced version of the world-wide web. Selfish brain theory
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Experimental Investigations of Social Preferences Forthcoming in theExperimental Investigations of Social Preferences Forthcoming in the
Moreover, the contention is not just that some subjects have such social preferences, but that these can have large and systematic effects on behavior. Selfish brain theory
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The origin of language. What is unique about languageThe origin of language. What is unique about language
Its structure enables unbounded yet faithful transmission of information: we can produce an infinite range of messages, and they can be transmitted with very high fidelity, without alterations. Selfish brain theory
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Error Management and the Evolution of Cognitive BiasError Management and the Evolution of Cognitive Bias
Chapter to appear in: J. P. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & C. Sedikedes (Eds.), Social Thinking and Interpersonal Behavior. New York: Psychology Press. Selfish brain theory
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Edge 53 — April 8, 1999Edge 53 — April 8, 1999
Click on each name for more information about, and photo of, each. In Word, with most settings you need to use Ctrl plus click to access the link]. Selfish brain theory
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