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How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

Dunbar’s Number and Other Evolutionary Quirks

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HARDCOVER

$27.95 • £22.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674057166

Publication Date: 11/01/2010

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312 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

United States and its dependencies only

  • Acknowledgements
  • 1. In the Beginning
  • 2. The Monogamous Brain
  • 3. Dunbar’s Number
  • 4. Kith and Kin
  • 5. The Ancestors That Still Haunt Us
  • 6. Bonds That Bind
  • 7. Why Gossip Is Good for You
  • 8. Scars of Evolution
  • 9. Who’d Mess with Evolution?
  • 10. The Darwin Wars
  • 11. So Near, and Yet So Far
  • 12. Farewell, Cousins
  • 13. Stone Age Psychology
  • 14. Natural Minds
  • 15. How to Join the Culture Club
  • 16. Be Smart … Live Longer
  • 17. Beautiful Science
  • 18. Are You Lonesome Tonight?
  • 19. Eskimos Rub Noses
  • 20. Your Cheating Heart
  • 21. Morality on the Brain
  • 22. How Evolution Found God
  • Index

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