Volume 2

EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium
Volume 2, Issue 1

O’Brien, D. T., & Wilson, D. S. (2010). Using ‘Evolution for Everyone’ as a guide for new general education courses in evolution. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(1), 1-11.

Muller, K. (2010). Evolutionary educational psychology: The disparity between how children want to learn and how they are being taught. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(1), 12-23.

Gentle, B. N., & Goetz, A. T. (2010). Functionality, parsimony, discovery, avoiding hamartia: How evolutionary perspectives are changing psychology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(1), 24-31.

Geher, G., & Gambacorta, D. (2010). Evolution is not relevant to sex differences in humans because I want it that way! Evidence for the politicization of human evolutionary psychology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(1), 32-47.

Volume 2, Issue 2

Smith, Z., & Arrow, H. (2010). Evolutionary perspectives on religion: An overview and synthesis. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 48-66.

Carmen, R., Moss Dillon, H., & Geher, G. (2010). History, biology, and politics neatly intertwined: Lee Dugatkin’s newest work as an exemplar of an EvoS education. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 67-71.

Ahmad, M., & Fisher, M. (2010). Men’s perspectives on women’s nonverbal cues of sexual interest. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 72-80.

Glass, D. (2011). Evolution for Everyone with a DVD Player. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 81-84.