Evolutionary psychology has been briefly discussed in many different aspects of psychology and has always been introduced as a great debate as to if it was a realistic approach to thinking or if it was completely off course compared to what many have known as the basis of cognitive psychology.
In my quest for the answer to what evolutionary psychology actually focused on, I found numerous publications on the theory of evolutionary psychology effecting on the way we find mates. My search finally took me to a book named "How Evolutionary Psychology Is Reshaping the Nature versus Nurture Debate". This book gave a different definition of evolutionary ...
Evolutionary psychology, focusing on the importance of the concept of natural selection. How does this research from evolutionary psychology apply to our daily lives?