Evolutionary Psychology

Dr. Mills
Evolutionary Psychology class, Spring, 2004

 

Student panel presentations:

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Pinker, S. R. (2002). The Blank Slate. New York: Viking.  Review by Liz Beck, Joe Legacy, and Erica Olsen.  Spring, 2004.

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Damasio, A. R. (1999). The feeling of what happens: Body and emotion in the making of consciousness. Orlando: Harcourt AND Rossano, M. J. (2003). Expertise and the evolution of consciousness. Cognition, 89 (3), 207-236.   Review by Aaron Lukaszewski, Hutson Olsen and Haliegh Roach.  Spring, 2004.

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Gaulin, Steven J. C., McBurney, Donald H. (2004) Evolutionary Psychology. Chapter 6: Motivation and Emotion.  Review by Cory Brown, Dustin Stevenson and Sylvie Langbehn.  Spring, 2004.

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Pinker, S. R. (2002). The Blank Slate. New York: Viking.  Review by Liz Beck, Amber Hager, and Erica Olsen.  Spring, 2004.

Powerpoint of Nowak, M., Kamarova, N., & Niyogi, P. (2002). Computational and evolutionary aspects of language. Nature 417, 611-618. Review by Merika Adams, Isaac Huang, and Margaret Kuwata. Spring, 2004

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Pinker, S. (2002). The Blank Slate, 372-399. New York: Viking. Review by Lindsey Stevenson, Heather Steffani, and Fatima Coley. Spring, 2004.

Summary and Power Point Presentation of Cruse Holk. (2003). The evolution of cognition---a hypothesis.  Cognitive Science, 27, 135-155.  Review by Bethany Sills and Lauren Feliz. Spring 2004.

Outline and Powerpoint Presentation of Pinker, S. (2002). Chapter on Children, The Blank Slate, 241-268. New York: Viking. Review by Bethany Sills, Elspeth Carden, and Claudia Rangul. Spring, 2004.

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of  Campbell, A. (2002). But she that filches from me my good name: Women and competition. A Mind of Her Own: The Evolutionary Psychology of Women (pp.169-207). New York, NY: Oxford. Review by Amber Hager, Sara Busse, and Haleigh Roach, Spring, 2004.  

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Blackmore, Susan (1999). The meme machine. Oxford: Oxford University Press. And, Gil-White, Francisco (2004). Common misunderstandings of memes (and genes). In S. Hurley & N. Chater (Eds),  Perspectives on imitation: From mirror neurons to memes: MIT Press.   Summary by Aaron Lukaszewski, Hutson Olsen,
Lindsey Stevenson, Spring, 2004.