Psychology (PSYC) - Evolutionary Psychology

PSYC 2706  Evolutionary Psychology


PSYC 1106 and PSYC 1107 or any 24 credits completed


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




Students apply evolutionary theory to the study of biological and psychological traits in humans. Students gain an understanding of evolutionary processes which are then used to examine a wide range of topics, including biological and psychological sex differences, mating strategies, conflict between the sexes, parenting and kin relations, problems of group living, aggression and warfare, and cognition. This course may be credited towards Science.


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