From Uniting Psychology and Biology

Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Tribute to Dan
  • Section I: Introduction
    1. Pursuing the Big Picture
    2. My Three Mentors
    3. Is Nonduality Possible in the Social and Biological Sciences? Small Essays on Holism and Related Issues
    4. Are Genetically Based Individual Differences Compatible With Species-Wide Adaptations?
  • Section II: Genetic Bases of Behavior: Contributions to Psychological Research
    1. Introduction
    2. A Developmental and a Genetic Perspective on Aggression
    3. Genetic Analysis of Social Behavior
    4. Twin Research Perspective on Human Development
    5. Conclusion
  • Section III: Biological Approaches to Developmental Issues: Rethinking the Data
    1. Introduction
    2. Ethological and General Systems Perspectives on Child-Parent Attachment During the Toddler and Preschool Years
    3. Sexual Orientation as a Developmental Context for Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: Biological Perspectives
    4. What Can the Genotype Tell Us About Complex Human Conditions?
    5. Conclusion
  • Section IV: Naturalistic Studies of Behavior: How Does a Cross-Cultural Approach Inform Ongoing Research?
    1. Introduction
    2. Why Do Hadza Children Forage?
    3. Expression or Communication About Emotion
    4. Mother-Infant Interaction in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    5. Marriage in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    6. Conclusion
  • Section V: Evolutionary Analyses: New Issues and Continuing Controversies
    1. Introduction
    2. Genetic Basis of Intrapsychic Conflict
    3. Happiness in Evolutionary Perspective
    4. Discrete Emotions Theory With Specific Reference to Pride and Shame
    5. Conclusion
  • Section VI: Film Retrospective: The Method and the Medium
    1. Introduction
    2. Film Commentary: Constitutional and Environmental Interactions in Rearing Four Breeds of Dogs
    3. Film Commentary: Development of the Smile and Fear of Strangers, With an Inquiry Into Inheritance of Behavior and Cross-Cultural Differences in Newborn Behavior
  • Section VII: Behavior Genetics, Human Ethology, Evolutionary Psychology, and Culture: Looking to the Future
    1. Introduction
    2. Pair-Bonding Deconstructed by Twin Studies of Marital Status: What Is Normative?
    3. An Ethological Perspective on Normal Behavior Especially as It Relates to Mating Systems
    4. Evolving Beyond Evolutionary Psychology: A Look at Family Violence
    5. Conclusion
  • Section VIII
    1. Final Overview: Uniting Psychology and Biology
  • Appendix
    1. Publications and Films by Daniel G. Freedman
    2. Name Index
    3. Subject Index
    4. About the Editors