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Richards, R.J. (1987). Darwin and the emergence of evolutionary theorists of mind and behavior. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

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Darwin's Theory of Evolution

Environment of Evolutionary Adaptation

Altruism

Sexual Selection

The social function of intelligence

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