Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite (2010) pushes us to challenge our assumptions about the human brain. These blinks explain the modular structure of our mind which, rather than creating a coherent conscious self, can lead to confusion and conflict as evolutionary traits clash with the challenges of the modern world.
Robert Kurzban is a professor of psychology, a blogger for Psychology Today, the editor-in-chief of the journal Evolution & Human Behavior and the director and founder of Pennsylvania’s Laboratory of Experimental Evolutionary Psychology. In 2008, the Human Behavior and Evolution Society awarded him the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution.
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