Evolutionary Forensic Psychology
This chapter focuses on the significance of evolutionary forensic psychology. Several sources of conflict between individuals have been recurrent over human evolutionary history. Understanding the nature of recurrent conflicts between individuals in our evolutionary past can give insight into the form and function of manifest conflicts between people today. The chapter explores some of the most important sources of conflict for our ancestors and discusses their implications for the field of evolutionary forensic psychology.
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