An interesting set of talks on the subject. I find it interesting that a lot of psychology programs do not require a base in Evolutionary Biology. Why is that? If we are studying the human brain and how it affects behavior, how can we do that without first knowing the basis of how the brain got developed to this point, and the reasons for the development?
Psychology fascinates me simply because it is the only way to truly understand human behavior. If you have an Evolutionary Psychologist who says that the reason for behavior A is Development B in the anatomical and chemical structuring of the brain, versus a normal Psychologist saying that Behavior A is because of past experience A, Who is right and why? How do experiences change the playing field when compared with anatomical development?