- 1 Panel article summaries and outlines.
- 1.1 Summary, Outline and Powerpoint of Stewart-Williams, S. (2007) Altruism among kin vs. nonkin: effects of cost of help and reciprocal exchange. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 193-198. Created by Elaine Rehm, Ebonie Buenrostro & Mika Galiher
- 1.2 Evolution and Cognition
- 2 SPRING 2014
- 2.1 Motivation and Depression
- 2.1.1 Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Nesse, R. M. (2000). Is depression an adaptation? American Medical Association; Arch Gen Psychiatry, 57, 14-20. Retrieved from http://www-personal.umich.edu/~nesse/Articles/IsDepAdapt-ArchGenPsychiat-2000.pdf Summary by Andy Earle, Connor Gill, Chris Schulz, and Simon Stewart.
- 2.1 Motivation and Depression
Panel article summaries and outlines.
Instructions to add your panel summary/outline:
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Insert the reference for your article (use the format below) under your class section.
Use this format:
Summary of Meyers (2002). The Powers and Perils of Intuition. Psychology Today, 35, 25-35. Summary by Angelica Delgado, Ian Swartz, and Kelli Swett. Spring, 2007.
Highlight the word Summary in your reference, and then click on the link icon on the editing toolbar. In the pop-up window, the "Page Name" should indicate: "New Page" (If instead it says "summary" click the down arrow button to the right, scroll up, and click on "New Page...").
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FROM FALL, 2014 CLASS:
Morality Summary, Outline, and Powerpoint of Brosnan, S.F. (2010). An evolutionary perspective on morality. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 77(1), 23-30. Created by Emily Trebek, Jessica Hecht, and Sean Astrup.
The Ancestral Environment
Summary, Outline, and Powerpoint of Walston, F., Anthony, D.S., & Charlton B.D. (1998). Sex Differences in the Content of Persecutory Delusions: A Reflection of Hostile Threats in the Ancestral Enironment?. Evolution and Human Behavior, 9, 257-260. Created by Amanda Lee, Anyssa Llerena, Spencer Head, & Gabby Littlejohn.
Family & Kin
Summary, Outline and Powerpoint of Stewart-Williams, S. (2007) Altruism among kin vs. nonkin: effects of cost of help and reciprocal exchange. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 193-198. Created by Elaine Rehm, Ebonie Buenrostro & Mika Galiher
Summary, Outline, and Powerpoint of Wen, Fangfang, Zuo, Bin, Wu, Yang, Sun, Shan, & Liu Ke (2014). Red Is Romantic, but Only for Feminine Females: Sexual Dimorphism Moderates Red Effect on Sexual Attraction
Emotion and Motivation
Sumary and Powerpoint of Cheng, Joey T., Jessica L. Tracy, and Joseph Henrich. "Pride, Personality, and the Evolutionary Foundations of Human Social Status." Evolution and Human Behavior 31.5 (2010): 334-47. Summary by Venessa Urbina, Kelly Larsen, and Sara Slayden
Evolutionary Perspective on Cognitive and Emotional Empathy Summary and Powerpoint of Smith, A. (2006). Cognitive empathy and emotional empathy in human behavior and evolution. The Psychological Record, 56(1), 3-21. Summary by Jenn Hoy, Taylor Biegler, and Nicole Wong
Evolution and Cognition
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Herrmann, E., Call, j., Hernandez-Lloreda, M. V., Hare, B., & Tomasello, M. (2007). Humans have evolved specialized skills of social cognition: The cultural intelligence hypothesis. Science, 317, 1360-1366. []. Summary by McKenny Houck, Mickell Lethco, and Melanie Seyarto (Fall 2014).
(Week 13) Evolutionary Perspectives on group (non-kin) interactions: reciprocity/strong reciprocity/ in-groups vs. out groups. Summary of Dawkins, Richard. (1989). You Scratch My Back, I’ll Ride On Yours. The Selfish Gene, 10, 166-188 Summary by Jenny Asmann, Austin Ertman, Mark Meneses File:Week 13 Article Summary, Outline, and Test Questions.docx File:Week 13 Panel Presentation .ppt File:Week 13 Reading Notes.docx
PANEL PRESENTATION FILES, FALL 2013
Evolutionary Perspectives on Cognition - Chelsea Cowley, Kelsey Ito, and Lindsey Mascheroni
Bell, R. & Buchner, A. (2009). Enhanced source memory for names of cheaters. Evolutionary Psychology, 7, 317-330.
ENVIRONMENTS OF EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTATIONS
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Atkinson, J.A. & Volk, A.A. (2013). Infant and Child Death in the Human Environment of Evolutionary Adaptation. Evolution and Human Behavior Research, 34, 182-192. Summary by Kira Rohrer, Haley McCormick, and Joey Hoy (Fall 2013).
EVOLUTION AND MOTIVATION
Ermer, E., Cosmides, L., & Tooby, J. (2008). Relative status regulates risky decision making about resources in men: evidence for the co-evolution of motivation and cognition. Evolution and Human Behavior, 29, 106-118By: Lindsey Convoy, Julia Ritchey and Bekah Rossetta
Summary and Powerpoint presentation of Stevens, J.R. & Hauser, M.D. (2004). Why be nice? Psychological constraints on the evolution of cooperation. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8(2), 60-65. doi: 10.1016/j.tics.2003.12.003. Summary by Allison Block, Chelsea Solomita, and Lily Tucker (Fall 2013).
Summary and Powerpoint of Bugental, B. D. & Beaulieu, A. D. (2009). Sex Differences in Response to Coalitional Threat. Evolution and Human Behavior, 30, 238-243. Summary by Marnie Smith, Megan Wilson, and Lauren Slack (Fall 2013).
Evolutionary Perspectives on Morality
DeScioli, P., Bruening, R., & Kurzban, R. (2011). The omission effect in moral cognition: toward a functional explanation. Evolution and Human Behavior, 32, 204-215. Summary by Sarah Belarde, Tauras Vilgalys, and Scott Wolfson (Fall 2013).
MONOGAMY: THE GOLD PARENTING STANDARD
Summary by Tyler Parker and Evan Martin (Fall 2013)File:Tyler Parker and Evan Thomas Martin.docxFile:Powerpoint Presentation-The Puzzle of Monogamous Marriage.pptx 'THE EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED ANONYMITY ON ALTRUISTIC PUNISHMENT'Maiya Guillory, Kaytlyn McBride, Steve Zigtema File:Evolutionary Panel Presentation Documents.docx File:Evolutionary powerpoint final version.ppt
SEX DIFFERENCES IN CREATION OF FEMALE SUPERHEROES Summary and Powerpoint presentation of Ingalls, V. (2012). Sex differences in the creation of fictional heroes with particular emphasis on female heroes and superheroes in popular culture: Insights from evolutionary psychology. Review of General Psychology, 16(2), 208-221. doi:10.1037/a0027917. Summary by Julia Ayeroff, Amber Nailes, Lily Tucker, & Scott Wolfson (Spring 2014).
Evoluntionary Perspectives on OCD Glass, D. J. (2012). Evolutionary clinical psychology, broadly construed: Perspectives on obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, 6(3), 292-308. By Katie Bowden, Scott Frazier, Elaine Matteucci & Melissa Ortiz (Spring 2014). File:OCD in the EEA.pptx File:summary of glass article.docx
Evolutionary Perspectives on Non-Kin Interactions Summary and Powerpoint of Stewart-Williams,S. (2007). Altruism Among Kin vs. Non-kin: Effects of Cost of Help and Reciprocal Exchange. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28(3), 193-198. By Noelle Bringmann, Autumn Nailes, Melanie Simms & Megan Wilson (Spring 2014).
Can Evolutionary Principles Explain Patterns in Family Violence? Archer, J. (2013). Can evolutionary principles explain patterns of family violence?. Psychological Bulletin, 139(2), 403-440. doi:10.1037/a0029114 File:summary_rmartin_violencefamily.pptxFile:summary_rmartin_familyviolence.docx
Evolution & Empathy Smith, Adam. (2006). Cognitive Empathy and Emotional Empathy in Human Behavior and Evolution. The Psychological Record,, 56.1, 3-21. File:PanelpresentationII.docx Presentation saved on Prezi, found at: http://prezi.com/vdyhyxkhg00n/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share
Motivation and Depression
Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Nesse, R. M. (2000). Is depression an adaptation? American Medical Association; Arch Gen Psychiatry, 57, 14-20. Retrieved from http://www-personal.umich.edu/~nesse/Articles/IsDepAdapt-ArchGenPsychiat-2000.pdf Summary by Andy Earle, Connor Gill, Chris Schulz, and Simon Stewart.