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"What are human universals, and what psychological characteristics set human beings apart from other animals? These are key questions that are being addressed by evolutionary researchers in diverse fields in the social and biological sciences. This volume is an engaging and up-to-date exploration of the rapidly expanding literature on what makes us human." - Dr. Ara Norenzayan, University of British Columbia, Canada."With a delightful potpourri of thought-provoking chapters, this book has something for everyone interested in expanding their understanding of human nature. Complied by three top Scandinavian academics, it includes an integrated set of chapters from a wide array of disciplines that demonstrate how evolutionary theory is equipped to elucidate the nature of human and primate cognition, human sociality, morality, religion, sexuality, and mating strategies." - Dennis Krebs, Professor of Psychology, Simon Frazer University, Canada
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Henrik Hogh-Olesen. Born 1957. Professor, Ph.D. Head of the department of Social and Personality Psychology, Aarhus University. Member of the steering committees for ESCON (European Social Cognition Network) and CompCog (European Evolution of Social Cognition Network) and co-editor of the Journal of Anthropological Psychology.Jan Tonnesvang. Born 1963. Associate Professor, Ph.D. Department of Social and Personality Psychology, Aarhus University. Co-editor of the Journal of Anthropological Psychology.Preben Bertelsen. Born 1954. Professor, Ph.D. Department of Social and Personality Psychology, Aarhus University. Editor of the Journal of Anthropological Psychology.