• Adams, S. (1997). The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle’s-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions. HarperBusiness.
  • Seilacher, A., Bose, P.K., & Pflüger, F. (1998). Animals More Than 1 Billion Years Ago: Trace Fossil Evidence from India. Science, 282 (5386): 80-83.
  • Voordeckers, K., Brown, C.A., Vanneste, K., van der Zande, E., Voet, A., Maere, S., & Verstrepen, K.J. (2012). Reconstruction of Ancestral Metabolic Enzymes Reveals Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Evolutionary Innovation through Gene Duplication. PLoS Biology; 10 (12).
  • MacArthur, R.H. & Wilson, E.O. (1967). The theory of island biogeography. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press.
  • Ho Y-Y, Fang Y-P, Chou C-H, Cheng H-C, & Chang H-W. (2013). High Duty Cycle to Low Duty Cycle: Echolocation Behaviour of the Hipposiderid Bat Coelops frithii. PLoS ONE 8(5).
  • Goldsmith, T.C. (2008). Aging, evolvability, and the individual benefit requirement; medical implications of aging theory controversies. J. Theor. Biol. 252 (4): 764–8.
  • Darwin, C. (2004). The Origin of Species. Castle Books. 8 De Queiroz, K. 2005. Ernst Mayr and the modern concept of species. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102 (Suppl 1): 6600–7.
  • Grant, B.R. & Grant, P.R. (2003).What Darwin’s Finches can Teach Us about the Evolutionary Origin and Regulation of Biodiversity. Bioscience, vol 53, no 10.
  • Turner, A.H., Makovicky, P.J., & Norell, M.A. (2007). Feather Quill Knobs in the Dinosaur Velociraptor. Science, 317 (5845): 1721.
  • Gould, S.J. (1992).The Panda’s Thumb: More Reflections in Natural History. W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Cook, L.M., Grant, B.S., Saccheri, I.J., & Mallet, J. (2012). Selective bird predation on the peppered moth: the last experiment of Michael Majerus. Biology Letters, 8 (4): 609-612.
  • Langergraber, K.E., Prüfer, K., Rowney, C., Boesch, C., Crockford, C., Fawcett, K., Inoue, E., Inoue-Muruyama, M., Miltani, J.C., Muller, M.N., Robbins, M.M., Schubert, G., Stoinski, T.S., Viola, B., Watts, D., Wittig, R.M., Wrangham, R.W., Zuberbühler, K., Pääbo, S., & Vigilant, L. (2012). Generation times in wild chimpanzees and gorillas suggest earlier 145 divergence times in great ape and human evolution. PNAS, 109(39):15716-15721.
  • Pontzer, H. (2012) Overview of Hominin Evolution. Nature Education Knowledge 3(10):8. 15 Thorpe, S.K., Holder, R.L, Crompton, R. H. (2007). Origin of human bipedalism as an adaptation for locomotion on flexible branches. Science, 316 (5829): 1328-31.
  • Niemitz, C. (2000). The evolution of the upright posture and gait – a review and a new synthesis. Naturwissenschaften. 2010 Mar; 97(3): 241- 263.
  • Pontzer, H., Raichlen, D.A., Rodman, P.S. (2014). Bipedal and quadrupedal locomotion in chimpanzees. Journal of Human Evolution 66: 64-82.
  • Dunsworth, H., Challis, J.H., Walker A. (2003). Throwing and bipedalism: a new look at an old idea. In: Franzen, J.F., Köhler, M., Moyà- Solà, S. (eds). Walking upright. Cour Forsch-Inst Senckenberg 234: 105- 110.
  • Lovejoy, C.O. (1981). The origin of man. Science, 211 (4480): 341-350. 20 Ruxton, G.D. & Wilkinson, D.M. (2011). Thermoregulation and endurance running in extinct hominins: Wheeler’s models revisited. Journal of Human Evolution 61: 169-75.
  • Rogers, A.R., Iltis, D., & Wooding, S. (2004). Genetic variation at the MCIR locus and the time since loss of human body hair. Current Anthropology, 45: 105-124.
  • Greaves, M. (2014). Was skin cancer a selective force for black pigmentation in early hominin evolution? Proc. R. Soc. B, 281.
  • Rolian, C., Lieberman, D., Hamill, J., Scott, J., & Werbel, W. (2008). Walking, running and the evolution of short toes in humans. The Journal of experimental biology, 212: 713–721.
  • Boehm, C. (1999). Hierarchy in the forest: the evolution of egalitarian behavior. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Vekua, A., Lordkipanidze, D., Rightmire, G.P., Agusti, J., Ferring, R., Maisuradze, G., Mouskhelishvili, A., Nioradze, M., De Leon, M.P., Tappen, M., Tvalchrelidze, M., Zollikofer, C. (2002). A new skull of early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia. Science, 297: 85-9.
  • Roebroeks, W. & Villa, P. (2011). On the earliest evidence for habitual use of fire in Europe. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, 108 (13):5209-14.
  • Wrangham, R. (2009). Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human. Richard Wrangham. Basic Books.
  • James, S.R. (1989). Homonid Use of Fire in the Lower and Middle Pleistocene: A Review of the Evidence. Current Anthropology, 30: 1-26.
  • Bradshaw, J.L. (1997). Human Evolution: A Neuropsychological Perspective. Psychology Press.
  • Mendez, F.L., Krahn, T., Schrack, B., Krahn, A.-M., Veeramah, K.R., Woerner, A.E., Fomine, F.L.M., Bradman, N., Thomas, M.G., Karafet, T.M., & Hammer, M.F. (2013). An African American Paternal Lineage adds an Extremely Ancient Root to the Human Y Chromosome Phylogenetic Tree. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 92 (3): 454-459.
  • Armitage, S.J., Jasim, S.A., Marks, A.E., Parker, A.G., Usik, V.I., Uerpmann, H.P. (2011). The southern route “out of Africa”: evidence for an early expansion of modern humans into Arabia. Science, 331 (6016): 453-6.
  • Mellars, P. (2006).Why did modern human populations disperse from Africa ca. 60,000 years ago? A new model. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, 103 (25):5209-14
  • Diamond, J. (1991). The Third Chimpanzee: The evolution and future of the human animal. Harper Collins.
  • Higham, T., Douka, K., Wood, R., Ramsey, C.B., Brock, F., Basell, L., Camps, M., Arrizabalaga, A., Baena, J., Barroso-Ruíz, C., Bergman, C., Boitard, C., Boscato, P., Caparrós, M., Conard, N.J., Draily, C., Froment, A., Galván, B., Gambassini, P., Garcia-Moreno, A., Grimaldi, S., Haesaerts, P., Holt, B., Iriarte-Chiapusso, M.-J., Jelinek, A., Jordá Pardo, J.F., Maíllo-Fernández, J.-M., Marom, A., Maroto, J., Menéndez, M., Metz, L., Morin, E., Moroni, A., Negrino, F., Panagopoulou, E., Peresani, M., Pirson, S., de la Rasilla, M., Riel-Salvatore, J., Ronchitelli, A., Santamaria, D., Semal, P., Slimak, L., Soler, J., Soler, N., Villaluenga, A., Pinhasi, R., & Jacobi, R. (2014). The timing and spatiotemporal patterning of Neanderthal disappearance. Nature 512 (7514): 306-309
  • Green, R.E., Krause, J., Briggs, A.W., Maricic, T., Stenzel, U., Kircher, M., Patterson, N., Li, H., Zhai, W., Fritz, M.H.-Y., Hansen, N.F., Durand, E.Y., Malaspina, A.-S., Jensen, J.D., Marques-Bonet, T., Alkan, C., Prüfer, K., Meyer, M., Burbano, H.A., Good, J.M., Schultz, R., Aximu-Petri, A., Butthof, A., Höber, B., Höffner, B., Siegemund, M., Weihmann, A., Nusbaum, C., Lander, E.S., Russ, C., Novod, N., Affourtit, J., Egholm, M., 147 Verna, C., Rudan, P., Brajkovic, D., Kucan, Ž., Gušic, I., Doronichev, V.B., Golovanova, L.V., Lalueza-Fox, C., de la Rasilla, M., Fortea, J., Rosas, A., Schmitz, R.W., Johnson, P.L.F., Eichler, E.E., Falush, D., Birney, E., Mullikin, J.C., Slatkin, M., Nielsen, R., Kelso, J., Lachmann, M., Reich, D., & Pääbo1, S. (2010). A Draft Sequence of the Neandertal Genome. Science, 328 ( 5979): 710-722.
  • Klein, R.G. (2000). Archeology and the Evolution of Human Behavior. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, 9 (1): 7-36.
  • Diamond, J. (1997). Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies. W.W. Norton & Company. 38 Hill, K.R., Walker, R.S., Božičević, M., Eder, J., Headland, T., Hewlett, B., Hurtado, A.M., Marlowe, F., Wiessner, P., & Wood, B. (2011). CoResidence Patterns in Hunter-Gatherer Societies Show Unique Human Social Structure. Science, 331 (6022): 1286-1289. 39 Fried, M. H. (1967). The Evolution of Political Society: An Essay in Political Anthropology. McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Langua.
  • Boehm, C., Barclay, H.B., Dentan, R.K., Dupre, M.-C., Hill, J.D., Kent, S., Knauft, B.M., Otterbein, K.F., & Rayner, S. (1993). Egalitarian Behavior and Reverse Dominance Hierarchy. Current Anthropology, 34 (3): 227- 254.
  • Gurven, M. & Hill, K. (2009). Why Do Men Hunt? A reevaluation of “Man the Hunter” and the sexual division of labor. Current Anthropology, 50 (1):51-74.
  • Wright, R. (1995). The Moral Animal: Why we are, the way we are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology. Vintage; Reprint edition.
  • Gurven, M., Kaplan, H., & Gutierrez, M. (2006). How long does it take to become a proficient hunter? Implications for the evolution of delayed growth. Journal of Human Evolution, 51: 454-470.
  • Kaplan, H., Hill, K., Lancaster, J., & Hurtado, A.M. (2000). A theory of Human Life History Evolution: Diet, Intelligence, and Longevity. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, 9 (4): 156-185.
  • Pinker, S. (2011). The better angels of our nature: Why violence has declined. New York, NY: Viking.
  • Chapais, B. (2008). Primeval kinship: How pair-bonding gave birth to human society. Harvard Univ.Press, Cambridge, MA. 148
  • Olson, R.S., Haley, P.B., Dyer, F.C., & Adami, C. (2015). Exploring the evolution of a trade-off between vigilance and foraging in group-living organisms. Journal of the Royal Society Open Science, 2 (9).
  • Estes, R.D. & Goddard, J. (1967). Prey Selection and Hunting Behavior of the African Wild Dog. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 31 (1): 52- 70.
  • Wilson, E.O. & Hölldobler, B. (1990). The Ants. Harvard University Press.
  • Mora, C., Tittensor, D.P., Adl, S., Simpson, A.G.B., & Worm, B. (2011). How many species are there on Earth and in the Ocean? PlosBiology, 9 (8).
  • Carter, G.G. & Wilkinson, G.S. (2013). Food sharing in vampire bats: reciprocal help predicts donations more than relatedness or harassment. Proc R Soc B 280: 20122573.
  • Poundstone, W. (1992). Prisoner’s Dilemma: John von Neumann, Game Theory, and the Puzzle of the Bomb. New York: Doubleday.
  • Axelrod, R. (1984). The Evolution of Cooperation. New York: Basic Books. 54 Boyd, R. & Richerson, P.J. (1996). Why culture is common, but cultural evolution is rare. Proceedings of the British Academy, 88: 77-93.
  • Gurven, M. (2004). To give and to give not: The behavioral ecology of human food transfers. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27: 543-583.
  • Netting, R.McC. (1977). Cultural Ecology. Reading, Massachusetts: Cummings Publishing Company.
  • Boyd, R. & Richerson, P.J. (2009). Culture and the evolution of human cooperation. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, 364: 3281–3288.
  • Boyd, R. & Richerson, P.J. (2006). Culture and the evolution of the human social instincts. In: Levinson, S. & Enfield, N. (Eds.). Roots of Human Sociality: Culture, cognition and interaction. Berg, Oxford.
  • Asch, S.E. (1952). Effects of group pressure on the modification and distortion of judgements. In: Swanson, G.E. & Newcomb, T.M., & Hartley, E. L. (Eds.). Readings in social psychology, 2 nd ed. New York:NY Holt.
  • Warneken, F. (2015). Precocious prosociality: Why do young children help? Child Development Perspectives, Volume 9, Issue 1: 1-6.
  • Tooby, J. & Cosmides, L. (1996). Friendship and the Banker’s Paradox: Other pathways to the evolution of adaptations for altruism. Proceedings of the British Academy, Vol. 88: 119-143. 149
  • Bee, M.A., Perrill S.A., & Owen, P.C. (1999). Male green frogs lower the pitch of acoustic signals in defense of territories: a possible dishonest signal of size? Behavioral Ecology, volume 11, issue 2: 169-177.
  • Bell, Q. (1992). On Human Finery. Allison & Busby. 64 Zahavi, A. (1975). Mate selection – a selection for a handicap. Journal of Theoretical Biology 53 (1): 205–214.
  • Dunn, M.J. & Searle, R. (2010). Effect of manipulated prestige-car ownership on both sex attractiveness ratings. Br. J. Psychology, 101: 69- 80.
  • Buss, D. (2012). The Evolutionary Psychology of Crime. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical criminology. Special edition, Vol. 1(1): 90- 98. 67 Bateson, M., Nettle, D., & Roberts, G. (2006). Cues of being watched enhance cooperation in a real-world setting. Biology Letters 2 (3): 412– 414.
  • Goffman, E. (1959). The presentation of self in everyday life. Anchor Books. 69 Dunbar, R.I.M. (1998). The social brain hypothesis. Evol. Anthropol. 6 (5): 178–190.
  • Boyd, R. & Richerson, P.J. (1998). The evolution of ultrasociality. In: Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I. & Salter, F.K. (Eds.). Indoctrinability, ideology and warfare. New York, NY: Berghahn Books.
  • De Kluyver, C. A. (2009). A Primer on corporate governance. Business Expert Press, New York.
  • Hurford. J.R. (2007). The origins of meaning: Language in the light of evolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Morgan, T.J.H., Uomini, N. T., Rendell, L. E., Chouinard-Thuly, L., Street, S. E., Lewis, H. M., Cross, C. P., Evans, C., Kearney, R., de la Torre, I., Whiten, A. & Laland, K. N. (2015). Experimental evidence for the coevolution of hominin tool-making teaching and language. Nature Communications, 6 (6025).
  • Terrace, H. S. (1979). Nim. New York: Knopf. 75 Boesch, C. & Hedwige Boesch, H. Tool use and tool making in wild chimpanzees. Folia Primatol 1990, 54: 86-99. 76 Möbius, Y., Boesch, C., Koops, K., Matsuzawa, T., & Humle, T. (2008). Cultural differences in army ant predation by West African chimpanzees? A comparative study of microecological variables. Animal Behaviour, 76 (1): 37-45. 150
  • Yamamoto, S., Humle, T., & Tanaka, M. (2013). Basis for cumulative cultural evolution in chimpanzees: social learning of a more efficient tooluse technique. PLoS One, 8, e5576.
  • Yamamoto, S., Yamakoshi, G., Humle, T., & Matsuzawa, T. (2008). Invention and modification of a new tool use behavior: ant-fishing in trees by a wild chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) at Bossou, Guinea. American Journal of Primatology, 70: 699-702.
  • Johnson, E.A. (1965). Touch Display: A novel input/output device for computers. Electronics Letters 1 (8): 219-220
  • Mehta, N. (1982), A Flexible Machine Interface. M.A.Sc. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto supervised by Professor K.C. Smith. 81 Berkun, S. (2010). The myths of innovation. O’Reilly Media.
  • Gould, S.J. (1991). Bully for Brontosaurus: Reflections in natural history. W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Yasuoka, K. & M. Yasuoka, M. (2011). On the prehistory of QWERTY. ZINBUN, 42: 161-174. 84 Basalla, G. (1988). The evolution of technology. Cambridge University Press.
  • Boyd, R. & Richerson, P.J. (2006). Culture, Adaptation and Innateness. In: Carruthers, P., Stich, S., & Laurence, S. (Eds.). The Innate Mind: Culture and Cognition. Oxford University Press.
  • Hedges, S.B., Marin, J., Suleski, M., Paymer, M., & Kumar, S. (2015). Tree of life reveals clock-like speciation and diversification. Mol. Biol. Evol., 32 (4): 835-845.
  • White, L.Jr. (1961). Eilmer of Malmesbury, an eleventh century aviator: A case study of technological innovation, its context and tradition. Technology and Culture, 2 (2): 97-111.
  • Morris, M.S., Thorne, K.S., & Yurtsever, U. (1988). Wormholes, time machines, and the weak energy condition. Physical Review Letters, 61 (13): 1446-1449.
  • Koch, G.W., Sillett, S.C., Jennings, G.M., & Davis, S.D. (2004). The limits to tree height. Nature, 428 (6985): 851-854.
  • Anthony, D., Telegin, D.Y., & Brown, D. (1991). The origin of horseback riding. Scientific American, 265: 94-100.
  • Anthony, D.W. (2010). The horse, the wheel, and language: How bronze-age riders from the Eurasian steppes shaped the modern world. Princeton University Press. 151
  • Moorey, P.R.S. (1994). Ancient Mesopotamian materials and industries: The archaeological evidence. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Finlayson, B. & Warren, G. (2010). Landscapes in transition. Oxford and London: Oxbow Books and Council for British Research in the Levant.
  • Mummert, A., Esche, E., Robinson, J., & Armelagos, G.J. (2011). Stature and robusticity during the agricultural transition: Evidence from the bioarchaeological record. Economics & Human Biology, 9 (3): 284- 301.
  • Harlan, J.R. (1992). Crops and man. Maddison, Wisconsin: American Society of Agronomy. 96 Moore, A.M.T., Hillman, G.C., & Legge, A.J. (2000). Village on the Euphrates: From foraging to farming at Abu Hureyra. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Weisdorf, J.L. (2005). From foraging to farming: Explaining the neolithic revolution. Journal of economic surveys, 19 (4): 561-586.
  • Balter, M. (1998). Why settle down? The mystery of communities. Science, 282 (5393): 1442-1445.
  • Wray, L.R. (2012). Introduction to an alternative history of money. Levy Economics Institute, Working Paper No. 717.
  • Heinsohn, G. & Steiger, O. (1981). Money, productivity and uncertainty in capitalism and socialism. Metroeconomica, 33 (1-3): 41-77.
  • Dalton, G. (1982). Barter. Journal of Economic Issues 16 (1): 181–190.
  • Wray, L.R. (Ed.). (2004). Credit and state theories of money: The Contributions of A. Mitchell Innes. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Graeber, D. (2011). Debt: the first 5,000 years. Brooklyn, NY: Melville House.
  • Darling, D. (2004). The universal book of mathematics: From abracadabra to Zeno’s paradoxes. Wiley. 105 Mokyr, J. (2003). Why was the Industrial Revolution a European phenomenon? Supreme Court Economic Review 9.
  • Crawford, H. (2004). Sumer and the Sumerians, 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press.
  • Kramer, S.N. (1963). The sumerians: their history, culture and character. University of Chicago Press.
  • Pritchard, J.B. (1969). Ancient near eastern texts relating to the Old Testament. Princeton University Press. 152
  • Mokyr, J. (2004). The Gifts of Athena: Historical origins of the knowledge economy. Princeton University Press.
  • Butterfield, H. (1997). The origins of modern science (revised edition). Free Press.
  • Goldstone, J.A. (2002). Efflorescences and economic growth in world history: Rethinking the “Rise of the West” and the Industrial Revolution. Journal of World History, 13 (2): 323–89.
  • Zalasiewicz, J., Williams, M., Smith, A., Barry, T.L., Coe, A.L., Bown, P.R., Brenchley, P., Cantrill, D., Gale, A., Gibbard, P., Gregory, F.J., Hounslow, M.W., Kerr, A.C., Pearson, P., Knox, R., Powell, J., Waters, C., Marshall, J., Oates, M., Rawson, P., & Stone, P. (2008). Are we now living in the Anthropocene. GSA Today 18 (2): 4-8.
  • Ceballos, G., Ehrlich, P.R., Barnosky, A.D., García, A., Pringle, R.M., & Palmer, T.M. (2015). Accelerated modern human-induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction. Science Advances, 1 (5).
  • Pinker, S. (2011). The better angels of our nature: Why violence has declined. New York, NY: Viking.
  • McHenry, H.M. (1994). Tempo and mode in human evolution. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 91: 6780-6786.
  • Gallagher, A. (2014). Absolute and relative endocranial size in Neandertals and later Pleistocene Homo. Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 65 (5): 349-375.
  • Hawks, J. (2011). Selection for smaller brains in Holocene human evolution. arXiv:1102.5604.
  • MacLean, E.L., Hare, B., Nunn, C.L., Addessi, E., Amici, F., Anderson, R.C., Aureli, F., Baker, J.M., Bania, A.E., Barnard, A.M., Boogert, N.J., Brannon, E.M., Bray, E.E., Bray, J., Brent, L.J.N., Burkart, J.M., Call, J., Cantlon, J.F., Cheke, L.G., Clayton, N.S., Delgado, M.M., DiVincenti, L.J., Fujita, K., Herrmann, E., Hiramatsu, C., Jacobs, L.F., Jordan, K.E., Laude, J.R., Leimgruber, K.L., Messer, E.J.E., Moura, A.C. de A., Ostojic, L., Picard, A., Platt, M.L., Plotnik, J.M., Range, F., Reader, S.M., Reddy, R.B., Sandel, A.A., Santos, L.R., Schumann, K., Seed, A.M., Sewall, K.B., Shaw, R.C., Slocombe, K.E., Su, Y., Takimoto, A., Tan, J., Tao, R., van Schaik, C.P., Virányi, Z., Visalberghi, E., Wade, J.C., Watanabe, A., Widness, J., Young, J.K., Zentall, T.R., & Zhao, Y. (2014). The evolution of self-control. PNAS, 111 (20).
  • Roth, G. & Dicke, U. (2005). Evolution of the brain and intelligence. TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences, 9 (5). 153
  • Schoenemann, P.T. (2006). Evolution of the size and functional areas of the human brain. Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 35: 379-406.
  • Clarke, D.D. & Sokoloff, L. (1999). Circulation and energy metabolism of the brain. In: Siegel, G., Agranoff, B., Albers, R.W., & Fisher, S. (Eds.). Basic neurochemistry: molecular, cellular, and medical aspects, 6th edn. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven.
  • Aiello, L.C., Bates, N., & Joffe, T. (2001). In defense of the expensivetissue hypothesis. In: Falk, D. & Gibson, K.R. (Eds.). Evolutionary anatomy of the primate cerebral cortex. Cambridge University Press.
  • Eliasmith, C. & Anderson, C.H. (2004). Neural engineering: Computation, representation, and dynamics in neurobiological systems. A Bradford Book.
  • Rumelhart, D. E., & McClelland, J. L. (1986). PDP models and general issues in cognitive science. In: Rumelhart, D. E., McClelland, J.L., & PDP Research Group (Eds.). Parallel distributed processing. Volume 1: Foundations. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Gazzaniga, M. (2011). Who’s in charge?: Free will and the science of the brain. New York, NY: Ecco.
  • Baillargeon, R. (1987). Young infants’ reasoning about the physical and spatial properties of a hidden object. Cognitive Development, 2: 179-200.
  • Kellman, P.J., Spelke, E.S., & Short, K.R. (1986). Infant perception of object unity from translator motion in depth and vertical translation. Child development, 57: 72-76.
  • Warneken, F. & Tomasello, M. (2009). The roots of human altruism. British Journal of Psychology, 100 (3): 455–471.
  • Pinker, S. (2002). The Blank Slate: The modern denial of human nature. New York: Viking.
  • James, W. (1950). The Principles of Psychology. New York: Dover Publications.
  • Watson, J.B. (1930). Behaviorism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Segal, N.L. (2012). Born together – Reared apart: The landmark Minnesota twin study. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Chiang, M.-C., Barysheva, M., Shattuck, D.W., Lee, A.D., Madsen, S.K., Avedissian, C., Klunder, A.D., Toga, A.W., McMahon, K.L., de Zubicaray, G.I., Wright, M.J., Srivastava, A., Balov, N., & Thompson, P.M. (2009). Genetics of brain fiber architecture and intellectual performance. Journal of Neuroscience, 29 (7): 2212-2224.
  • Pinker, S. (1997). How the mind works. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.
  • Vyas, A., Kim, S.-K., Giacomini, N., Boothroyd, J. C., & Sapolsky. R.M. (2007). Behavioral changes induced by Toxoplasma infection of rodents are highly specific to aversion of cat odors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 104 (15): 6442-6447.
  • Garcia, J., Ervin, F.R., & Koelling, R.A. (1966). Learning with prolonged delay of reinforcement. Psychonomic Science, 5: 121-122.
  • Changizi, M. (2009). The Vision Revolution. BenBella Books. 138 Cosmides, L. (1989). The logic of social exchange: has natural selection shaped how humans reason? Studies with the Wason selection task. Cognition, 31: 187-276.
  • Starkey, P., Spelke E.S., & Gelman, R. (1990). Numerical abstraction by human infants. Cognition, 36: 97-127.
  • Wynn, K. (1992). Addition and Subtraction. Nature, 358 (6389): 749- 750. 141 Kahneman, D. (2003). Maps of bounded rationality: Psychology for behavioral economics. American Economic Review, 93 (5): 1449–1475
  • Frank, M.C., Everett, D.L., Fedorenko, E., & Gibson, E. (2008). Number as a cognitive technology: Evidence from Pirahã language and cognition. Cognition, 108: 819-824.
  • Locksley, A., Borgida, E., Brekke, N. & Hepburn, C. (1980). Sex stereotypes and social judgement. Journal of personality and social psychology, 39: 821-831.
  • Kahneman, D. (2012). Thinking, fast and slow. Penguin Books. 145 Gigerenzer. G. (2008). Gut feelings: the intelligence of the unconscious. Penguin Books.
  • Garrett, R. K. & Weeks, B. E. (2013). The promise and peril of real-time corrections to political misperceptions. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the ACM 2013 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2013), San Antonio, TX.
  • León, S.P., Callejas-Aguilera, J.E. & Rosas, J.M. (2012). Context switch effects and context experience in rats’ conditioned taste aversion. Psicológica, 33: 15-38.
  • Kay, A.C., Wheeler, S.C., Bargh, J.A., & Ross, L. (2004). Material priming: The influence of mundane physical objects on situational construal and competitive behavioral choice. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 95: 83-96.
  • Levin, R.F., & Isen, A.M. (1975). Further studies on the effect of feeling good on helping. Sociometry, 38: 141-147.
  • Holland, R.W., Hendriks, M., & Aarts, H. 2005. Smells like clean spirit: Nonconscious effects of scent on cognition and behavior. Psychological Science, 16(9): 689-693.
  • Titmuss, R.M., Abel-Smith, B., & Titmuss, K. (1987). The philosophy of welfare: Selected writings of Richard M. Titmuss. London: Allen & Unwin.
  • Hartshorne, H. & May, M.A. (1928). Studies in deceit. New York: Macmillan. In: Kunda, Z. (1999). Social cogition: Making sense of people. Cambridge: A Bradford Book/The MIT Press.
  • Newcomb, T.M. (1929). The consistency of certain extrovert-introvert behavior patterns in 51 problem boys. New York: Colombia University, Teachers College, Bureau of Publications. In: Kunda, Z. (1999). Social cogition: Making sense of people. Cambridge: A Bradford Book/The MIT Press.
  • Tomasello, M., Carpenter, M., Call, J., Behne, T., & Moll, H. (2005). Understanding and sharing intentions: the origins of cultural cognition. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 28: 675–735.
  • Whiten, A. & Byrne, R. W. (1997). Machiavellian intelligence. Vol. 2, evaluations and extensions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Pessiglione, M., Schmidt, L., Draganski, B., Kalisch, R., Lau, H., Dolan, R.J., & Frith, C.D. (2007). How the brain translates money into force: A neuroimaging study of subliminal motivation. Science, 316 (5826): 904- 906.
  • Gray, J.R., Chabris, C.F., & Braver, T.S. (2003). Neural mechanisms of general fluid intelligence. Nature Neuroscience, 6: 316-322.
  • Lakhoff, G. & Núñez, R.E. (2001). Where mathematics come from: How the embodied mind brings mathematics into being. New York: Basic Books.
  • Tusche, A., Bode, S., & Haynes, J.-D. (2010). Neural responses to unattended products predict later consumer choices. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30 (23): 8024-8031.
  • Soon, C.S., Brass, M., Heinze, H.-J., & Haynes, J.-D. Unconscious determinants of free decisions in the human brain. Nature Neuroscience, 11: 543-545.
  • Soon C.S., He, A.H., Bode, S., Haynes, J.-D. (2013). Predicting free choices for abstract intentions. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 110(15): 6217- 6222.
  • Descartes, R. Translator: Cress, D.A. (1999). Discourse on method and meditations on first philosophy. Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Pierre Gassendi’s philosophy and science. Fisher, S. (2005). Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • CBD, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity. (2010). Global Biodiversity Outlook 3. Montréal: Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
  • Eden, A.H., Moor, J.H., Søraker, J., & Steinhart, E. (Eds.). (2012). Singularity hypotheses: A scientific and philosophical assessment. The Frontiers Collection. Berlin: Springer.