Prehistoric human footprints reveal a rare snapshot of ancient human group behavior 

by William E.H. Harcourt-Smith, Lehman College, CUNY and Briana Pobiner, Smithsonian InstitutionWhen it comes to reconstructing how ancient creatures lived, palaeontologists like us are as much detectives as we are scientists.We’re used to partial evidence, dead ends and red herrings. It’s e

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This Philosopher Is Challenging All of Evolutionary Psychology

It’s not often that a paper attempts to take down an entire field. Yet, this past January, that’s precisely what University of New Hampshire assistant philosophy professor Subrena Smith’s paper tried to do. “Is Evolutionary Psychology Possible?” describes a major issue with evolutionary psychology, called the matching problem.

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