Evolution, Cognition and Society

561S

Using primary literature in evolutionary anthropology and cognitive science to discuss major societal events, behaviors, and issues. Topics include sex, prejudice, religion, music, abortion, illness, sexuality, global health, death, politics, economics and drugs. Emphasis on biological and cognitive perspectives to solving today’s biggest personal, local and global problems. Topics will change each semester; course can be taken more than once. Prerequisite: at least one course in behavior, ecology, or cognition at the 200+ level. Instructor: Hare. One course. C-L: Psychology 561S

Crosslisting Numbers: 
Psy 561S
Curriculum Codes: 
NS, STS