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Evolutionary Psychological Science

Evolutionary Psychological Science

Editor-in-Chief: Todd K. Shackelford

ISSN: 2198-9885 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40806

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An international, interdisciplinary forum for papers addressing evolved psychology in humans and non-humans

  • Explores the psychological aspects of evolution and behavior in humans and non-humans
  • Presents review papers as well as papers on clinical implications of an evolutionary viewpoint
  • International in content, interdisciplinary in scope

This journal provides an international, interdisciplinary forum for original research papers that address evolved psychology. Spans social and life sciences, anthropology, philosophy, criminology, law and the humanities, focusing on understanding of behavior.

Related subjects » Personality & Social Psychology

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2018. Volume 4 (4 issues each). $99.00 suggested net price* plus shipping charges. If an online version exists, subscription includes both the print edition and online access via SpringerLink (Basic SpringerLink License).

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    Evolutionary Psychological Science is an international, interdisciplinary journal that publishes empirical research, theoretical contributions, literature reviews, and commentaries addressing human evolved psychology and behavior. The Journal especially welcomes submissions on non-humans that inform human psychology and behavior, as well as submissions that address clinical implications and applications of an evolutionary perspective. The Journal is informed by all the social and life sciences, including anthropology, biology, criminology, law, medicine philosophy, political science, and the humanities, and welcomes contributions from these and related fields that contribute to the understanding of human evolved psychology and behavior. Submissions should not exceed 10,000 words, all inclusive.

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