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Evolutionary explanations of Anorexia Nervosa - DESCRIPTION

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FOR AQA-A, PSYA3, EATING BEHAVIOURS. Description of 2 evolutionary explanations of anorexia nervosa (reproductive suppression hypothesis and pseudo-nubile-female hypothesis). Assumes that students have some knowledge already of basic principles of evolutionary psychology.

Buss Study for WJEC

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Made for WJEC - can be adapted.

Evolutionary Approach to Psychology

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The PowerPoint includes an outline of human evolution and then goes on to look at the Evolutionary Approach to Psychology.

Live young, die fast - evolutionary psychology

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Could many of the problems in modern societies actually be evolved strategies to deal with dire circumstances? Mairi Macleod investigates New Scientist Magazine article   Macleod (2010) Die young, live fast

AQA A Extension reading Dissolution of relationships - relative costs & coping strategies

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Extension task refers to the article here: www.epjournal.net/filestore/EP06164181.pdf 2008 - Volume 6 - Evolutionary Psychology Breaking up romantic relationships: Costs experienced and coping strategies deployed. Evolutionary Psychology, 6(1): 164-181  Periloux & Buss. Annotated and highlighted copy.

Dan Dennett brief talk on why we find sexy sexy, cute cute & sweet sweet - evolutionary psychology (2nd half most useful)

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Why are babies cute? Why is cake sweet? Philosopher Dan Dennett has answers you wouldn't expect, as he shares evolution's counterintuitive reasoning on cute, sweet and sexy things (plus a new theory from Matthew Hurley on why jokes are funny). The point he's making is that, for example, its important that we care for babies, we don't care for them because they're cute and it isn't that they were cute and then we evolved to a)find them cute and b)care for cute things, but that because we need

An idea by Bruce Johnson

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My idea is for AQA A2 relationships. I would use a programme from the series "My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding" One of the episodes was called "Reputations" it revealed that the reputations revolved aro ...

An idea by Jacqui Hastewell

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End of Y12 preparing for G544 - students ran a series of small group investigations leading to the main analyses (chi-square, correlation and tests of difference). These were linked to evolutionary ps ...

An idea by Simon Knight

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Give students a problem from The Guardian Evolutionary Agony Aunt to solve using evolutionary psychology & then give them her solution. Did this today with PSYA3 (AQA A) relationships section (sexual ...