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人类心智的形成和历史  

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有网友留言,希望知道我们编译的论丛第四辑收录了那些关于演化心理学的文献,特把该书(还在编辑过程中)目录和相关英文文献的摘要发在这里(最终定稿时候会有增删):

跨学科社会科学研究论丛(第四辑)

汪丁丁 叶航  罗卫东 主编

上海世纪出版集团 上海人民出版社 出版

演化心理学 人类心智的形成与历史

目录 

序言               汪丁丁

导读               叶 航

 

演化心理学导论

评估心理适应的证据

    ——当我们看到某人时怎么知道就是他?

超越理性:演化心理学和无形之手 

亚当·斯密的两面性

惩罚性情感:抵制搭便车的心理机制 

附录

译名对照表 

后记

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英文文献:

Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer
Leda Cosmides & John Tooby

Introduction
The goal of research in evolutionary psychology is to discover and understand the design of the human mind. Evolutionary psychology is an approach to psychology, in which knowledge and principles from evolutionary biology are put to use in research on the structure of the human mind. It is not an area of study, like vision, reasoning, or social behavior. It is a way of thinking about psychology that can be applied to any topic within it.In this view, the mind is a set of information-processing machines that were designed by natural selection to solve adaptive problems faced by our hunter-gatherer ancestors. This way of thinking about the brain, mind, and behavior is changing how scientists approach old topics, and opening up new ones. This chapter is a primer on the concepts and arguments that animate it.

Evaluating Evidence of Psychological Adaptation
How Do We Know One When We See One?

David P. Schmitt and June J. Pilcher

ABSTRACT

Evolutionary psychologists argue that human nature contains many discrete psychological adaptations. Each adaptation is theorized to have been functional in humans’ ancestral past, and empirical evidence that an attribute is an adaptation can come from showing it possesses complexity, efficiency, universality,and other features of special design. In this article, we present a tutorial review of the evidentiary forms that evolutionary psychologists commonly use to document the existence of human adaptations. We also present a heuristic framework for integrating and evaluating cross-disciplinary evidence of adaptation. Pregnancy sickness, incest avoidance, men’s desires for multiple sex partners, and an easily learned fear of snakes are evaluated as possible human adaptations using this framework. We conclude that future research and teaching in evolutionary psychology would benefit from more fully utilizing crossdisciplinary frameworks to evaluate evidence of human adaptation.

 

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