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This book contains chapters by some of the leading figures in the field of evolutionary psychology. The latest data are presented on evolutionary theories in perception, information, various aspects of social behaviour, language, learning and aggression. A common theme running through the printed discussions in this book is the important problem of how we can develop and test rigorous characterizations of evolved mental adaptations.
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Gregory Becker (born Gregory Hugh Becker, August 9, 1966, Norwood, Massachusetts) is a lyricist, composer, songwriter and producer living in Nashville, Tennessee.
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