Genes, Brains, and Politics: Self-selection and Social Life, Volym 10
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1993 - 193 sidor
Applying his behavioral principles most notably relevant to self-selection and using examples derived from modern political action, White examines the importance of these fundamental orientations in the social and political orders. The work has implications for policy assessment and re-formulation. It constitutes a challenge to much of the widely accepted contemporary political theory and public policy approaches.
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A notable example of the environmentalist bias in behavioral science is suggested by the concept of socialization ( political or otherwise ) , typically ...
Hirsch ( 1972 ) demonstrates , for example , that " ten genotypes in 10 environments generate 10114 possible kinds of interactions .
They consequently proceed to seek out similar environments , including individuals like themselves , through bonding and assortative mating for example .
Our neurophysiology , for example , will include the level of serotonin and MAO ( monoamine oxidase ) that will , in turn , influence our moods , such as ...
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