Paper reconciles two branches of evolutionary science into one framework

Paper reconciles two branches of evolutionary science into one framework

Paper reconciles two branches of evolutionary science into one framework

A review paper published in this week’s Evolutionary Anthropology reconciles competing approaches in the sciences of human behavior. Co-authored by SFI Applied Complexity Fellow Michael Price and Elspeth Ready of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, it examines two branches of evolutionary science that are often regarded as rivals and presents a general framework to reconcile them.
Paper reconciles two branches of evolutionary science into one framework