Auteur Scott A. MacDougall-Shackleton, PhD earned his BSc and MSc in Biology at Queen s University in Canada. He then moved to the...
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Scott A. MacDougall-Shackleton, PhD earned his BSc and MSc in Biology at Queen s University in Canada. He then moved to the Johns Hopkins University to complete his PhD in Psychology, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Princeton University in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Dr. MacDougall-Shackleton has been at the Department of Psychology at Western University in London, Canada, since 2002 where he is Professor and has served as Chair of the Department. His research uses evolutionary and ecological approaches to study the mechanisms of bird behaviour, and he has published extensively on topics including vocal learning, seasonal changes in brain and behaviour, and the levels of analysis. He has taught courses on evolution and psychology for two decades.
Part I: Foundations Chapter 1: Introduction to Evolution and Human Behaviour Chapter 2: Natural and Sexual Selection Chapter 3: Human Origins Chapter 4: Evolutionary Approaches to the Study of Human Behaviour Chapter 5: Development as a Central Process Part II: Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Social Behaviour Chapter 6: Reproductive Behaviour and Mate Choice Chapter 7: Social Development & Kin-directed Behaviour Chapter 8: Families & Groups: Cooperation and Conflict Part III: Evolutionary Perspectives on Cognition Chapter 9: Perception and Action Chapter 10: Evolution and Cognition Chapter 11: Language Part IV: Evolutionary Perspectives on Psychopathology, Motivation and Emotion, Individual Differences, and Culture Chapter 12: Evolution and Psychopathology Chapter 13: Motivation, Emotion, and Individual Differences Chapter 14: Culture and Evolution