Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences (EBS) publishes manuscripts that advance the study of human behavior from an evolutionary perspective, with an emphasis on work that integrates evolutionary theory with other approaches and perspectives from across the behavioral sciences.
This includes a special interest in work that explores:
- the role of evolved mechanisms in real-world phenomena
- the consequences of evolved behavior for the patterns and structure of society
- the interplay between evolved psychological mechanisms and cultural influences in driving behavior
EBS publishes both empirical and theoretical manuscripts, and welcomes qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method approaches.
EBS will consider research on non-human animals provided it offers some insight on a current question in the study of human behavior. The journal is also interested in articles that seek to translate evolutionary reasoning into implications for policy and practice.
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