Goulds take on consciousness exaptations are

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Steven J. Gould’s take on consciousness Exaptations are characteristics that were previously selected for a specific purpose, but which now have been put to a new use Delayed ossification of the human skull. Also, the mind.
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Sex, gender, and mating Here, we begin to see the first effects of our evolutionary past on individual differences: those between men and women Evolutionary theory predicts that men and women will differ in ways that reflect different selection pressures in the EEA Reproducing poses different challenges to men and women
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Men are from Mars, women are from Venus No, they’re not. We can’t ignore cultural/social learning influences But we have observed some consistent differences in personality that can be explained by our evolutionary history Males are indeed more promiscuous
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