Evolutionary Psychology and the challenge of adaptive explanation.
Gray, R. D., Heaney, M., & Fairhall, S. (2003). Evolutionary psychology and the challenge of adaptive explanation. In J. Fitness & K. Sterelny (Eds.), From Mating to Mentality (pp. 247-268).
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This paper is a critique of the narrow "Santa Barbara Church" programme of Evolutionary Psychology.
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