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al., 2019 ). Thus, while enhanced nosology is a critical step, it must also be accompanied by transactional models in which individuals and the digital landscape mutually shape one another, for better or for worse. Utilitarian frameworks will best

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The niche construction perspective

Implications for evolution and human behaviour

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors: Kevin N. Laland, Jeremy R. Kendal, and Gillian R. Brown

P. Baldi R. K. Moyzis 2006 Global landscape of recent inferred Darwinian selection for Homo sapiens PNAS

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Altman , I. (1990) Conceptualizing “Rappor T” . Psychological Inquiry, 1 (4), 294–297. Atran , S., Norenzayan , A. (2004/2008) Religion’s evolutionary landscape

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cross-cultural perspective on prostitution . In I. R. Symanski (Ed.), The immoral landscape: Female prostitution in Western societies (pp. 239 – 274 ). Toronto : Butterworth

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the urban landscape. Routledge, London and New York. Furlong, A., Cartmel, F. (1997): Young people and social change. Individualization and risk in late modernity . Open University Press, Buckingham

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Irodalom Atran , S. ( 2002 ). In Gods We Trust: The Evolutionary Landscape of Religion . Oxford : Oxford University Press

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. , Rainie , H. , & Parker , K. ( 2015 ). Teens, social media and technology overview 2015. Smartphones facilitate shifts in communication landscape for teens . Washington, DC : Pew

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approaches of an emerging field, this book provides a wireless guide to explore the darker and the brighter sides of the expansive digital landscape of modern health care. Chapter 1, written by Aviv Weinstein and Elias Aboujaoude, provides a thorough

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1 7 40 APPLETON, J. (1975) The experience of landscape. Wiley and Sons, London The experience of

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-BAUER, E. and CHAN, H. S. (1999): Modelling evolutionary landscapes: mutational stability, topology and superfunnels in sequence space. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 96, 10689-10694. Modelling evolutionary

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