Table of contents for The evolution of mind : fundamental questions and controversies / edited by Steven W. Gangestad, Jeffry A. Simpson.

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Introduction
Steven W. Gangestad and Jeffry A. Simpson
Part I. Methodological Issues: The Means of Darwinian Behavioral Science
Issue 1: How the Evolution of the Human Mind Might be Reconstructed
1. Comprehensive Knowledge of Human Evolutionary History
Requires Both Adaptationism and Phylogenetics
Randy Thornhill 
2. Natural Psychology: The Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness and the Structure of Cognition
Edward H. Hagen and Donald Symons
3. Reconstructing the Evolution of the Mind is Depressingly Difficult
Paul W. Andrews
4. Reconstructing the Evolution of the Human Mind
Eric Alden Smith
5. How the Evolution of the Human Mind Might be Rreconstructed
Steven Mithen
Issue 2: The Role of Tracking Current Evolution
6. Reproductive Success: Then and Now
Charles B. Crawford
7. On the Utility, Not the Necessity, of Tracking Current Fitness
Monique Borgerhoff Mulder 
8. Why Measuring Reproductive Success in Current Populations is Valuable: Moving Forward by Going
Backward
H. Kern Reeve and Paul W. Sherman 
Issue 3: Our Closest Ancestors
9. What Nonhuman Primates Can and Can't Teach Us about the Evolution of Mind
Craig B. Stanford 
10. Who Lived in the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness?
Joan B. Silk
11. Chimpanzee and Human Intelligence: Life History, Diet, and the Mind
Jane B. Lancaster and Hillard S. Kaplan
Issue 4: The Role of Examining the Costs and Benefits of Behaviors
12. Optimality Approaches and Evolutionary Psychology: A Call for Synthesis
Hillard S. Kaplan and Steven W. Gangestad 
13. The Games People Play
Peter DeScioli and Robert Kurzban 
14. Dynamical Evolutionary Psychology and Mathematical Modeling: Quantifying the Implications of
Qualitative Biases
Douglas T. Kenrick and Jill M. Sundie 
Part II. Fundamental Meta-Theoretical Issues
Issue 5. The Modularity of Mind
15. Functional Specialization and the Adaptationist Program
Elsa Ermer, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby
16. Modules in the Flesh
H. Clark Barrett
Issue 6. Development as the Target of Evolution
17. The Developmental Dynamics of Adaptation
Hunter Honeycutt and Robert Lickliter 
18. An Alternative Evolutionary Psychology?
Kim Sterelny 
19. Development as the Target of Evolution: A Computational Approach to Developmental Systems
H. Clark Barrett 
20. Evolutionary Psychology and Developmental Systems Theory
Debra Lieberman 
21. The Importance of Developmental Biology to Evolutionary Biology and Vice Versa
Randy Thornhill 
Issue 7. The Role of Group Selection
22. The Role of Group Selection in Human Psychological Evolution
David Sloan Wilson 
23. Group Selection: A Tale of Two Controversies
Robert Boyd and Peter J. Richerson 
24. On Detecting the Footprints of Multilevel Selection in Humans
Robert Kurzban and C. Athena Aktipis
Part III. Debates Concerning Important Human Evolutionary Outcomes
Issue 8. Key Changes in the Evolution of Human Psychology
25. The Hominid Entry into the Cognitive Niche
H. Clark Barrett, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby 
26. Runaway Social Selection in Human Evolution
Mark Flinn and Richard Alexander 
27. Key Changes in the Evolution of Human Psychology
Steven Mithen
Issue 9. Brain Evolution
28. Brain Evolution and the Human Adaptive Complex: An Ecological and Social Theory
Hillard S. Kaplan, Michael Gurven, and Jane B. Lancaster
29. Evolution of the Social Brain
Robin Dunbar 
30. Brain Evolution
Geoffrey Miller
31. E Pluribus Unum: Too Many Unique Human Capacities and Too Many Theories
Barbara L. Finlay 
Issue 10. General Intellectual Ability
32. The Motivation to Control and the Evolution of General Intelligence
David C. Geary
33. The g-culture Coevolution
Satoshi Kanazawa 
34. General Intellectual Ability
Steven Mithen 
Issue 11. Culture and Evolution
35. Cultural Adaptation and Maladaptation: Of Kayaks and Comissars
Robert Boyd 
36. The Envelope of Human Cultures and the Promise of Integrated Behavioral Sciences
Pascal Boyer 
37. The Linked Red Queens of Human Cognition, Coalitions, and Culture
Mark Flinn and Kathryn Coe
38. Evolutionary Biology, Cognitive Adaptations, and Human Culture
Kim Hill 
39. Representational Epidemiology: Skepticism and Gullibility
Robert Kurzban
40. Turning Garbage into Gold: Evolutionary Universals and Cross-Cultural Differences
Mark Schaller 
Issue 12. The Evolution of Mating Between the Sexes
41. The Evolution of Human Mating Strategies: Consequences for Conflict and Cooperation
David M. Buss
42. Social Structural Origins of Sex Differences in Human Mating
Wendy Wood and Alice H. Eagly 
43. The Evolution of Women's Estrus, Extended Sexuality and Concealed Ovulation, and Their
Implications for Human Sexuality Research
Randy Thornhill 
44. Final Thoughts
Steven W. Gangestad and Jeffry A. Simpson

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Evolutionary psychology.
Human evolution.