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Useful Sources: Biology, Evolution, and Law

Compiled by Owen Jones – Vanderbilt University

Law School & Department of Biological Sciences

This Document Last Updated 5/29/2018 : Suggested additions welcome.

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Category Index (click on the links below to reach the topics in this page)

I. Accessible Introductions

A. Biology of Behavior

B. Evolution Generally

II. Textbooks

III. Further Reading in Evolutionary Theory and Related Topics

IV. Aspects of Biology, Evolution, and Law

A. Selected Books and Book Chapters

B. Selected Articles and Essays

C. Symposia

V. Useful Journals

A. Reasonably Accessible

B. A Bit More Technical

VI. Selected News Items

VII. Selected Media Coverage

I.Accessible Introductions

A. Biology of Behavior

Allman, John, Evolving Brains (2000)

Baker, Catherine, Behavioral Genetics Project (2004)

Bloom, Floyd E., et al, Brain, Mind and Behavior (2000)

Buss, David, Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind (1999)

Buss, David, ed., The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (2005)

Cartwright, John, Evolution and Human Behavior (2000)

Damasio, Antonio R., Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain (1994)

Gaulin & McBurney, Psychology: An Evolutionary Approach (2001)

Goldsmith, Timothy, The Biological Roots of Human Nature: Forging Links Between Evolution and Behavior (1991)

Ridley, Matt, Nature via Nurture: Genes, Experience, and What Makes Us Human (2003)

Ridley, Matt, The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature (1993)

Stearns, Stephen C., & Hoekstra, Rolf F., Evolution: An Introduction (2000)

Wright, Robert, The Moral Animal: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology (1994)

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B. Evolution Generally

Bailey, Jill, Evolution and Genetics: The Molecules of Inheritance (1995)

Coyne, Jerry A., Why Evolution is True (2009)

Dawkins, Richard, The Blind Watchmaker (1987)

Dawkins, Richard, The Selfish Gene (new ed. 1989)

Dawkins, Richard, Climbing Mount Improbable (1996)

Dennett, Daniel C., Darwin’s Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life (1995)

Pallen, Mark, The Rough Guide to Evolution (2009)

Stearns, Stephen C. & Hoekstra, R.F., Evolution: An Introduction (2000)

Weiner, Jonathan, The Beak of the Finch: A Story of Evolution in Our Time (1994)

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II. Textbooks

Alcock, John, Animal Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach (7th ed., 2001)

Barrows, Edward, ed., From Adaptation to Zygote, and Everything in Between: Animal Behavior Desk Reference (1995)

Buss, David M., Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind (3rd ed. 2007)

Cowen, Richard, History of Life (2nd ed. 1995)

Freeman, Scott & Herron, John, Evolutionary Analysis (1998)

Futuyma, Douglas J., Evolutionary Biology (2nd ed., 1986)

Goldsmith, Timothy, & Zimmerman, William, Biology, Evolution, and Human Nature (2000)

Jones, S., et al., eds., Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution (1992)

Krebs, J.R. & Davies, N.B., An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology (3rd ed., 1993)

LaFreniere, Peter, Adaptive Origins: Evolution and Human Development (2010)

Mai, Larry L., et al., The Cambridge Dictionary of Human Biology and Evolution (Hardcover)

Ridley, Mark, Evolution (1993)

Ruse, Michael & Travis, Joseph, ed., Evolution: The First Four Billion Years (2009)

Stearns, Stephen C., & Hoekstra, R.F., Evolution: An Introduction (2000)

Trivers, Robert, Social Evolution (1985)

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III. Further Reading in Evolutionary Theory and Related Topics

Alcock, John, The Triumph of Sociobiology (2001)

Alcock, John & Sherman, Paul, The Utility of the Proximate-Ultimate Dichotomy in Ethology, 96 Ethology 58 (1994)

Alexander, Jason, Evolutionary Explanations of Distributive Justice, 67 Philosophy of Science 490-516 (2000)

Alexander, R. & Tinkle, D., Natural Selection and Social Behavior: Recent Research and New Theory (1981)

Andrews, Paul W., The Psychology of Social Chess and the Evolution of Attribution Mechanisms 22 Evolution and Human Behavior 11 (2001)

Arnhart, Larry, Darwinian Natural Right: The Biological Ethics of Human Nature (1998)

Barkow, Jerome H., Darwin, Sex, and Status: Biological Approaches to Mind and Culture (1991)

Barkow, Cosmides & Tooby, The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture (1992)

Bell, Graham, Selection: The Mechanism of Evolution (1997)

Betzig, Laura, et al., Human Reproductive Behaviour: A Darwinian Perspective (1988)

Betzig, Laura, Human Nature: A Critical Reader (1997)

Birkhead, Tim, Promiscuity: An Evolutionary History of Sperm Competition (2000)

Bradley Thayer, Darwin and International Relations: On the Evolutionary Origins of War and Ethnic Conflict (2004)

Buss, David M., Evolutionary Psychology: A New Paradigm for Psychological Science, 6 Psychological Inquiry 1 (1995)

Buss, David M. & Malamuth, N., eds., Sex Power & Conflict (1997)

Buss, David M., The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating (1994)

Buss, David M., The Dangerous Passion: Why Jealousy is as Necessary as Love and Sex (2002)

Calne, Donald B., Within Reason: Rationality and Human Behavior (1999)

Cavalli-Sforza, Luigi Luca, Genes, Peoples and Languages, 265 Sci. Am. 104 (1991)

Churchland, Paul, The Engine of Reason, The Seat of the Soul: A Philosophical Journey Into the Brain (1995)

Colapinto, John, As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl (2001)

Cronin, Helena, The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and Sexual Selection from Darwin to Today (1994)

Daly, Martin & Wilson, Margo, Sex, Evolution, and Behavior (2nd ed., 1983)

Danielson, Peter A., ed., Modeling Rationality, Morality and Evolution (1998)

Dawkins, Richard, River Out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life (1995)

Dawkins, Richard, The Extended Phenotype: The Long Reach of the Gene (1992)

Dawkins, Richard, Climbing Mount Improbable (1996)

de Duve, Christian, Vital Dust: Life as a Cosmic Imperative (1995)

de Waal, Frans, Our Inner Ape: A Leading Primatologist Explains Why We Are Who We Are (2005)

de Waal, Frans, The Ape and the Sushi Master: Cultural Reflections by a Primatologist (2001)

de Waal, Frans, Good Natured: The Origins of Right and Wrong in Humans and Other Animals (1996)

de Waal, Frans, Peacemaking Among Primates (1989)

de Waal, Frans, Chimpanzee Politics: Power and Sex Among Apes (1989)

Diamond, Jared, Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies (1997)

Eberhard, William G., Female Control: Sexual Selection by Cryptic Female Choice (1996)

Elworthy, Charles, Homo Biologicus: An Evolutionary Model for the Human Sciences (1993)

Fisher, Helen, Anatomy of Love: The Natural History of Monogamy, Adultery, and Divorce (1994)

Fisher, Helen, The First Sex: The Natural Talents of Women and How They are Changing the World (1999)

Flanagan, Owen, Self Expressions (1996)

Forgas, Jospeh P., Haselton, Martie G. & von Hippel, William, eds., Evolution and the Social Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and Social Cognition (2007)

Fox, Charles W., Evolutionary Ecology: Concepts and Case Studies (2001)

Gandolfi, Arthur E., Gandolfi, Anna Sachko & Barash, David P., Economics as an Evolutionary Science: From Utility to Fitness (2002)

Gangestad, Steven W. & Simpson, Jeffry A. eds., The Evolution of Mind: Fundamental Questions and Controversies (2007)

Gazzaniga, Michael S., The Cognitive Meurosciences (1995)

Geary, David C., Male, Female: The Evolution of Human Sex Differences (1998)

Goldsmith, Timothy, How Scandalous is Knowledge of Evolutionary Psychology?, 46 Society 341 (2009)

Gowaty, Patricia Adair, ed., Feminism and Evolutionary Biology: Boundaries, Intersections, and Frontiers (1997)

Gray, J. Patrick, Primate Sociobiology (1985)

Harms, William F., Adaptation and Moral Realism, 15 Biology and Philosophy 699-712 (2000)

Hauser, Marc, The Evolution of Communication (1998)

Houck & Drickamer, eds., Foundations of Animal Behavior: Classic Papers with Commentaries (1996)

Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer, The Woman That Never Evolved (1981)

Hrdy, Sarah Blaffer, Mother Nature: Maternal Instincts and How They Shape the Human Species (2000)

Hurd, James P., ed., Investigating the Biological Foundations of Human Morality (1996)

Johnston, Victor S., Why We Feel: The Science of Human Emotions (1999)

Kauffman, Stuart, At Home in the Universe (1995)

Katz, Leonard D., ed., Evolutionary Origins of Morality: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives (2000)

Koenigs, Michael, et al., Damage to the Prefrontal Cortex Increases Utilitarian Moral Judgements (2007)

Kurzban, Robert, Alas Poor Evolutionary Psychology: Unfairly Accused, Unjustly Condemned Review

Le Doux, Joseph, The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life (1996)

Maienschein, Jane & Ruse, Michael, eds., Biology and the Foundation of Ethics (1999)

Mayr, Ernst, What Evolution Is (2001)

Mayr, Ernst, This is Biology: The Science of the Living World (1997)

Mayr, Ernst, One Long Argument: Charles Darwin and the Genesis of Modern Evolutionary Thought (1991)

Mayr, Ernst, The Growth of Biological Thought: Diversity, Evolution, and Inheritance (1982)

McGuire, M. & Troisi, A., Darwinian Psychiatry (1998)

Mealey, Linda, Sex Differences: Developmental and Evolutionary Strategies (2000)

Mock, Douglas, More than Kin, Less than Kind: The Evolution of Family Conflict (2004)

Noonan, Katharine M., Evolution: A Primer for Psychologists, in Sociobiology and Psychology 31 (Crawford, Smith, & Krebs, eds., 1987)

O’Hear, Anthony, Beyond Evolution: Human Nature and the Limits of Evolutionary Explanation (1997)

Olson, Steve, Mapping Human History: Discovering Our Past Through Our Genes (2002)

Petrinovich, Lewis, Human Evolution, Reproduction and Morality (1995)

Pianka, Eric R., Evolutionary Ecology (6th Edition 1999)

Pinker, Steven, How the Mind Works (1997)

Pinker, Steven, The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (2002)

Platek, S.M., Keenan, J.P. & Shackelford, T.K. eds., Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience (2006)

Richards, Janet Radcliffe, Human Nature After Darwin: A Philosophical Introduction (2000)

Ridley, Matt, The Origins of Virtue: Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation (1996)

Robinson, M.H. & Tiger, L., Man and Beast Revisited (1991)

Schubert, G. & Masters, R., Primate Politics (1991)

Seymour, Ben, Singer, Tania, & Dolan, Ray, The Neurobiology of Punishment (2007)

Singer, Peter, A Darwinian Left: Politics, Evolution, and Cooperation (1999)

Slater & Halliday, eds., Behavior and Evolution (1994)

Small, Meredith F., What’s Love Got To Do With It? The Evolution of Human Mating (1995)

Small, Meridith F., Female Choices: Sexual Behavior of Female Primates (1993)

Smith, David Livingstone, The Most Dangerous Animal: Human Nature and the Origins of War: Human Nature and the Origins of War (2007)

Smith, Eric A., Mulder, Monique Borgerhoff & Hill, Kim, Controversies in the Evolutionary Social Sciences: A Guide for the Perplexed, 16 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 128-135 (2001)

Smith, E. & Winterhalder, B., Evolutionary Ecology and Human Behavior (1992)

Segerstrale, Ullica, Defenders of the Truth: The Battle for Science in the Sociobiology Debate and Beyond (2000)

Vandermasssen, Griet, Who’s Afraid of Charles Darwin? Debating Feminism and Evolutionary Theory (2005)

Williams, George C., Adaptation and Natural Selection: A Critique of Some Current Evolutionary Thought (1966)

Williams, George C., Natural Selection: Domains, Levels, and Challenges (1992)

Wilson, David Sloan, Darwin’s Cathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society (2002)

Wilson, E.O., Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge (1998)

Wrangham, R. & Peterson, D., Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence (1996)

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IV. Aspects of Biology, Evolution, and Law

A. Selected Books and Book Chapters

Alexander, Richard D., The Biology of Moral Systems (1987)

Alexander, Richard D., Darwinism and Human Affairs (1979)

Alexander, Richard D., Natural Selection and Societal Laws, in Morals, Science, and Sociality (H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. and Daniel Callahan, eds., 1978)

Arnaudo, Luca, Talkin’ about a Revolution – Some Thoughts on Social Science, New Evolutionary Studies, and the Law (2010)

Axelrod, Robert, The Evolution of Cooperation (1984)

Becker, Jill B., et al. (eds.), Sex Differences in the Brain: From Genes to Behavior (2008)

Beckstrom, John H., Darwinism Applied: Evolutionary Paths to Social Goals (1993)

Beckstrom, John H., Evolutionary Jurisprudence: Prospects and Limitations on the Use of Modern Darwinism Throughout the Legal Process (1989)

Beckstrom, John H., Sociobiology and the Law: The Biology of Altruism in the Courtroom of the Future (1985)

Blumoff, Theodore Y., When Nature and Nurture Collide: Early Childhood Trauma, Adult Crime, and the Limits of Criminal Law (2014)

Browne, Kingsley, Biology at Work: Rethinking Sexual Equality (2002)

Browne, Kingsley, Divided Labours: An Evolutionary View of Women at Work (1998)

Buss, David, The Murderer Next Door (2005)

Carbone, June & Cahn, Naomi, Behavioral Biology, the Rational Actor Model, and the New Feminist Agenda, 24 Research in Law and Economics: Law and Economics: Toward Social Justice 189, 190 (Dana L. Gold ed., 2009)

Crawford, C. & Salmon, C., eds, Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy, and Personal Decisions (2003)

Curry, Oliver Scott , Morality as Natural History: An Adaptationist Account of Ethics, London School of Economics and Political Science (2004)

Daly, M. & Wilson, M., Homicide (1988)(includes a brief introduction to “selection thinking”)

Duntley, Joshua D. & Shackelford, Todd, Evolutionary Forensic Psychology: Darwinian Foundations of Crime and Law, eds. (2008)

Evans, Dylan & Cruse Pierre, eds., Emotion, Evolution, and Rationality (2004)

Farahany, Nita, The Impact of Behavioral Sciences on Criminal Law (2009)

Fisher, Hilary, Evolutionary Psychology, Complexity Theory and Evolution of Social and Legal Rules, (First chapter available here; contact h.fisher@bigpond.net.au for further information)

Foley, Robert Andrew & Lewis, Roger, Principles of Human Evolution, 2nd ed. (2003)

Frank, Robert, The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good (2011)

Frank, Robert, Passions Within Reason: The Strategic Role of the Emotions (1988)

Freeman, Michael & Goodenough, Oliver, Law, Mind and Brain (2009)

Frolik, Larry, ed., Law and Evolutionary Biology: Selected Essays in Honor of Margaret Gruter (1999)

Fruehwald, Scott Edwin, Law and Human Behavior: A Study in Behavioral Biology, Neuroscience, and the Law (2011)

Garland, Brent, Neuroscience and the Law: Brain, Mind, and the Scales of Justice (2004)

Gommer, Hendrik, A Biological Theory of Law: Natural Law Theory Revisited, Amazon Publishing (2011)

Goodenough, Oliver R., Law and the Biology of Commitment in Evolution and the Capacity for Commitment (Randolph M. Nesse, ed. 2001)

Gruter, M. & Bohannan, P., Law, Biology & Culture: The Evolution of Law (1992)

Gruter, M. & Masters, R., Ostracism: A Social and Biological Phenomenon (1986)

Gruter, M. & Masters, R. , Common Sense, and Deception: Social Skills and the Evolution of Law, in Festschrift for Wolfgang Fikentscher (1998)

Gruter, Margaret, Law and the Mind: Biological Origins of Human Behavior (1991)

Hauser, Marc, Moral Minds: How Nature Designed Our Universal Sense of Right and Wrong (2006)

Herring, David J., The Public Family: Exploring Its Role in Democratic Society (2003)

Herring, David, Evolutionary Theory and Behavioral Biology Research: Implications for Law (2010)

Hoffman, Morris, Evolutionary Jurisprudence: The End of the Naturalistic Fallacy and the Beginning of Natural Reforms?, in 13 LAW AND NEUROSCIENCE: CURRENT LEGAL ISSUES 2010 483 (M. Freeman, ed., Oxford 2011)

Hogh-Olesen, Henrik, ed., Human Morality & Sociality: Evolutionary & Comparative Perspectives (2010)

Hutchinson, Allan, Evolution and the Common Law (2005)

Jones, Owen D., Evolutionary Psychology in Law, in The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (D. Buss, ed., 2015)

Jones, Owen D., & Ginther, Matthew R., Law and Neuroscience, in International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences 489 (J. D. Wright, ed., 2015)

Jones, O., Schall, J. & Shen, F., Law and Neuroscience (Aspen, 2015).

  1. Table of Contents and Sample Chapter here
  2. Reviews of the book here and here.

Jones, Owen D., & Shen, Francis X., Law and Neuroscience in the United States, in International Neurolaw – A Comparative Analysis 349 (T.M. Spranger ed., 2012)

Knight, Mike & Rupp, Gabriel, A Place to Stand, a review of Buss, David M. (ed.), The Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology, 50 (44) PsycCRITIQUES (2005)

Masters, R. & Gruter, M., The Sense of Justice: Biological Foundations of Law (1992)

Masters, R. & McGuire, M., The Neurotransmitter Revolution: Serotonin, Social Behavior, and the Law (1993)

Masters, Roger D., The Nature of Politics (1989)

McClain, Linda C., Nature, Culture, and Social Engineering: Reflections on Evolution and Equality, Evolution and Morality: NOMOS LII 347 (2012)

McGuire, M. & Rehbinder, Biology, Culture, and Environmental Law (1993)

McGuire, Michael, Human Nature and the New Europe (1993)

Mealey, Linda, Evolutionary Psychology and the Search for Evolved Mental Mechanisms Underlying Complex Human Behavior, in Investigating the Biological Foundations of Human Morality 35 (James P. Hurd, ed. 1996)

Miller, Laurence, Criminal Psychology: Nature, Nurture, Culture (2012)

Morhenn, Monika Gruter & Gruter, Margaret, The Evolution of Law and Biology, in Evolutionary Approaches in the Behavioral Sciences: Toward a Better Understanding of Human Nature, 119 (Steven A. Peterson & Albert Somit, eds., 2001)

Rowe, David C., Biology and Crime (2002)

Rubin, Paul, Darwinian Politics (2002)

Rubin, Paul H. (ed.), Evolution of Common Law (2007)

Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter (ed.), Moral Psychology, Volume 1: The Evolution of Morality: Adaptations and Innateness (Bradford Books, 2007) (Paperback)

Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter (ed.), Moral Psychology, Volume 2: The Cognitive Science of Morality: Intuition and Diversity (Bradford Books, 2008) (Paperback)

Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter (ed.), Moral Psychology, Volume 3: The Neuroscience of Morality: Emotion, Brain Disorders, and Development (Bradford Books, 2008) (Paperback)

Skyrms, Brian, Evolution of the Social Contract (1996)

Smits, Jan M., How to predict the differences in unformity between different areas of a future European private law? An evolutionary approach in The Economics of Harmonizing European Law 50 (Marciano, Alain & Josselin, Jean-Michel, eds. 2002)

Tiger, Lionel, The Manufacture of Evil: Ethics, Evolution, and the Industrial System (1987)

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B. Selected Articles and Essays

Calnan, Alan, Beyond Jurisprudence, 27 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal (2017)

Kochan, Donald J, Pride & Property: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Their Symbiotic Relationship, 27 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 255 (2018)

Walsh, Anthony, Hatch, Virginia L, Capital Punishment, Retribution, and Emotion: An Evolutionary Perspective, The Regents of the University of California, 21 New Criminal Law Review 267 (2018)

Patrick, Carlton J, Lieberman, Debra, Not From a Wicked Heart: Testing the Assumptions of the Provocation Doctrine, 18 Nevada Law Journal 33 (2017)

Ahlering, Beth & Deakin, Simon, Labor Regulation, Corporate Governance, and Legal Origin: A Case of Institutional Complementarity? 41 Law and Society Review 865 (December 2007)

Akcay, Erol and Roughgarden, Joan and Fearon, James D. and Ferejohn, John A. and Weingast, Barry R., Biological Institutions: The Political Science of Animal Cooperation, 5 Law and Evolution eJournal 1 (2014)

Alexander, Richard D., Biology and Law , 7 Ethology & Sociobiology 167, 171-172 (1986)

Almeida, Fabio, The Emergence of Constitutionalism as an Evolutionary Biocultural Adaptation, 13 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol’y & Ethics J. 1 (2014). (An earlier version of the paper appears here.)

Angelo, Mary Jane, Regulating Evolution for Sale: An Evolutionary Biology Model for Regulating the Unnatural Selection of Genetically Modified Organisms, 42 Lake Forest L. Rev. 93 (2007)

Badcock, Christopher, Reciprocity and the Law, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 295 (1998)

Baird, Abigail A. & Fugelsang, Jonathan A., The Emergence of Consequential Thought: Evidence from Neuroscience, 359 Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences, 1797 (2004)

Baker, Katherine K., What Rape is and What it Ought Not to Be, 39 Jurimetrics 233 (1999) (Symposium Issue)

Beckstrom, John., The Potential Dangers and Benefits of Introducing Sociobiology to Lawyers, 79 NW. U. L. Rev. 1279 (1984)

Beckstrom, John, Review of Homicide by Daly, Martin & Wilson, Margo, 79 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1374 (1989)

Benforado, Adam, The Geography of Criminal Law, 31 Cardozo L. Rev. 823 (2010)

Blumoff, Theodore Y., The Brain Sciences and Criminal Law Norms , Gruter Institute Squaw Valley Conference (2009)

Blumoff, Theodore Y., How (Some) Criminals are Made, Working Paper Series (2009)

Blumoff, Theodore Y., The Neuropsychology of Justifications and Excuses: Some Cases from Self-Defense, Duress, and Provocation, 50 Jurimetrics (2010)

Brinig, Margaret F. & Buckley F. H., Parental Rights and the Ugly Duckling, 1 Journal of Law and Family Studies 41 (1999)

Brosnan, Sarah F., Justice and Fairness Related Behaviors in NonHuman Primates, 110 PNAS (2013)

Brosnan, Sarah F., Jones, Owen D., Gardner, Molly, Lambeth, Susan P., & Schapiro, Steven, Evolution and the Expression of Biases: Situational Value Changes The Endowment Effect in Chimpanzees, 33 Evolution and Human Behavior 378 (2012)

Brosnan, Sarah F. & Jones, Owen D., Law, Biology, and Property: A New Theory of Endowment Effect, 49 William & Mary L. Rev. 1935 (2008)

Brosnan, S.F., Jones, O.D. & Lambeth, M.C., Richardson & Schapiro, S.J. Endowment Effects in Chimpanzees, 17 Current Biology 1704 (2007)

Browne, Kingsley R., Sex, Power, and Dominance: The Evolutionary Psychology of Sexual Harassment, 27 Managerial and Decision Economics 145 (2006)

Browne, Kingsley R., Evolved Sex Differences and Occupational Segregation, 27 Journal of Organizational Behavior 143 (2006)

Browne, Kingsley R., Women in Science: Biological Factors Should Not Be Ignored, 11(3) Cardozo Women’s Law Journal 509 (2005)

Browne, Kingsley R., Women at War: An Evolutionary Perspective, 49 Buffalo L. Rev. 51-247 (2001)

Browne, Kingsley R., Sex and Temperament in Modern Society: A Darwinian View of the Glass Ceiling and the Gender Gap, 37 Az. L. J. 972 (1995)

Browne, Kingsley R., Biology, Equality, and the Law: The Legal Significance of Biological Sex Differences, 38 Southwestern L. J. (June 1984)

Buckholtz, Joshua, Asplund, Christopher L., Dux, Paul E., Zald, David H., Gore, John C., Jones, Owen D. and Marois, Rene, The Neural Correlates of Third-Party Punishment, Neuron, Vol. 60, pp 940-950 (2008)

Calnan, Alan, Beyond Jurisprudence, Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal, Fall (2017)

Carbone, June & Cahn, Naomi, The Biological Basis of Commitment: Does One Size Fit All?, 25 Women’s Rights Law Reporter 223 (2004)

Carbone, June & Cahn, Naomi, Which Ties Bind? Redefining the Parent-Child Relationship in an Age of Genetic Certainty, 11 Wm & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1001 (2003)

Carbone, June, Keynote Address: Understanding the Biological Basis of Commitment: Does One Size Fit All?, 25 Women’s Rights Law Reporter 179 (2004)

Case, Mary Anne, Of Richard Epstein and Other Radical Feminists, 18 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 369 (1992)

Cahn, Naomi R., Accidental Incest: Drawing the Line – Or the Curtain? – For Reproductive Technology, 32 Harv. J. L. & Gender (2009)

Chen, Jim, Legal Mythmaking in a Time of Mass Extinctions: Reconciling Stories of Origins with Human Destiny 29 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 279 (2005)

Chen, Katherine, Student Note: Including Gender in Bias Crime Statutes: Feminist and Evolutionary Perspectives, 3 Wm & Mary J. of Women & L. 277 (1997)

Chorvat, Terrence & McCabe, Kevin, The Brain and the Law, 359 Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences, 1727 (2004)

Coaster, Miriam, Rogers, Baxter P., Jones, Owen D., Viscusi, W. Kip, Merkle, Kristen L., Zald, David H., & Gore, John C., Variables influencing the neural correlates of perceived risk of physical harm, 11 Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 494 (2011)

Coe, Kathryn & Palmer, Craig T., The Words of Our Ancestors: Kenship, Tradition, and Moral Codes, 16 World Cultures 2 (2007)

Coleman, Brady, Pragmatism’s Insult: The Growing Interdisciplinary Challenge to American Harrassment Jurisprudence, 8 Employee Rts. & Emp. Pol’y J. 239 (2004)

Coletta, Raymond R., Biotechnology and the Creation of Ethics, 32 McGeorge L. Rev. 89 (2000)

Coletta, Raymond R., The Measuring Stick of Regulatory Takings: A Biological and Cultural Analysis, 1 J. of Con. L. 20 (1998)

Confer, J. C., Easton, J. A., Fleischman, D. S., Goetz, C. D., Lewis, D. M., Perilloux, C., & Buss, D. M., Evolutionary Psychology: Controversies, Questions, Prospects, and Limitations, 65 American Psychologist (2010)

Cotter, Thomas F., Memes and Copyright, 80 Tul. L. Rev. (2005)

Crawford, Charles & Johnston, Marc A., An Evolutionary Model of Courtship and Mating As Social Exchange: Implications for Rape Law Reform, 39 Jurimetrics 181 (1999) (Symposium Issue)

Crawford, Susan P., The Biology of the Broadcast Flag, 25 Hastings Com/Ent L.J. 603 (2003)

Deakin, Simon, ‘Evolution for our time: a theory of legal memetics’, 55 Current Legal Problems 1 (2003)

Denno, Deborah W., Crime and Consciousness: Science and Involuntary Acts, 87 Minn. L. Rev. 269 (2002)

Denno, Deborah W., Evolutionary Biology and Rape, 39 Jurimetrics 243 (1999) (Symposium Issue)

Denno, Deborah W., Gender Differences in Biological and Sociological Predictors of Crime, 22 Vermont L. Rev. 305 (1998)

Dodson, Scott, Darwinist View of the Living Constitution, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 1319 (2008)

Dunbar, Robin I.M., Evolution and the Social Sciences, 20(2) History of the Human Sciences 29 (2007)

Duntley, Joshua D. & Shackelford, Todd K., Toward an Evolutionary Forensic Psychology, 51 Social Biology 161 (2006)

Elliott, E. Donald, The Genome and the Law: Or Should Increased Genetic Knowledge Change the Law?, 25 Harv. J. of L. & Pub. Pol’y 61 (2002)

Elliott, E. Donald, The Tragi-Comedy of the Commons: Evolutionary Biology, Economics and Environmental Law, 20 Virginia J. Envir. L. 17 (2001)

Elliott, E. Donald, et al., Toward a Theory of Statutory Evolution: The Federalization of Environmental Law, 1 J. L. Econ. & Org. 313 (1985)

Elliott, E. Donald, The Evolutionary Tradition in Jurisprudence, 85 Columbia L. Rev. 38 (1985)

Elliott, E. Donald, Holmes and Evolution: Legal Process as Artificial Intelligence, 13 J. Leg. Stud. 113 (1984)

Epstein, Richard, A Taste for Privacy?: Evolution and the Emergence of a Naturalistic Ethic, 9 J. Legal Stud. 665 (1980)

Epstein, Richard, The Varieties of Self-Interest, 8 Social Phil. & Pol. 102 (1990)

Epstein, Richard A., Gender is for Nouns, 41 DePaul L. Rev. 981 (1992)

Epstein, Richard A., The Theory and Practice of Self-Help and Self-Defense in CyberspaceI, 1 J. L. Econ. & Pol’y 1 (2005)

Epstein, Richard A., Happiness and Revealed Preferences in Evolutionary Perspective, 33 Vt. L. Rev. 559 (2009)

Fikentscher & McGuire, A Four-Function Theory of Biology for Law, 25 Rechtstheorie 291 (1994)

Fikentscher, Wolfgang, Cultural Complexity (forthcoming)

Flemming, Timothy M., Jones, Owen D., Mayo, Laura, Stoinski, Tara, & Brosnan, Sarah F., Endowment Effects in Orangutans, 25 International Journal of Comparative Psychology 285 (2012)

Fremling, Gertrud M. & Posner, Richard A., Status Signaling and the Law, With Particular Application to Sexual Harassment, 147 U. Penn. L. Rev. 1069 (1999)

Fried, Michael, The Evolution of Legal Concepts: The Memetic Perspective, 39 Jurimetrics 291 (1999)

Friedman, David D., Economics & Evolutionary Psychology (unpublished 2002)

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Thornhill, Randy, The Biology of Human Rape, 39 Jurimetrics 137 (1999) (Symposium Issue)Tiger, Lionel, The Possible Biological Origins of Sexual Discrimination, 20 Impact Sci. on Soc’y 29 (1970)

Torrance, Andrew W., The Evolution and Development of Biolaw (2010)

Treadway, Michael T., Buckholtz, Joshua W., Martin, Justin W., Jan, Katherine, Asplund, Christopher L., Ginther, Matthew R., Jones, Owen D., & Marois, Rene, Corticolimbic gating of emotion-driven punishment, 17 Nature Neuroscience 1271 (2014)

Tybur, Joshua M. & Miller, Geoffrey F., Testing the Controversy: An Empirical Examination of Adaptationists’ Attitudes Toward Politics and Science, 18 Human Nature 313 (2007)

Ulen, Thomas S., Evolution, Human Behavior, and Law: A Response to Owen Jones’ Dunwody Lecture, 53 Florida L. Rev. 931 (2001)

Vatiero, Massimiliano, The Diversity of the ‘Corporate Governance Species’: Darwinism, Politics and Globalization, 6 Law and Evolution eJournal 2 (2015).

Vaughn, Lea B., Feeling at Home: Law, Cognitive Science, and Narrative, McGeorge L. Rev., (Forthcoming)

Vernon L. Quinsey, Evolutionary Theory of Criminal Behavior, 7 Legal and Criminological Psych. 1 (2002)

Vermeule, Adrian, Common Law Constitutionalism and the Limits of Reason, 107 Colum. L. Rev. 1482 (2007)

Waldbauer, Jacob R. & Gazzaniga, Michael S., The Divergence of Neuroscience and Law, 41 Jurimetrics 357 (2001) (Symposium Issue)

Walsh, Anthony, Evolutionary Psychology and the Origins of Justice, 17 Justice Quarterly 841 (2000)

Wax, Amy, Evolution and the Bounds of Human Nature, 23 Law and Philosophy 927 (2004)

Wax, Amy, Against Nature–On Robert Wright’s The Moral Animal, 63 U. Chicago L. Rev. 307 (1996)

Weiss, Charles F., Review of Sociobiology and the Law: The Biology of Altruism in the Courtroom of the Future by John H. Beckstrom, 85 Mich. L. Rev. 1041 (1987)

Wheeler, Harvey, Bio-Constitutionalism, 35 UWLA L. Rev. 460 (2002-03)

Whitt, Richard S., Adaptive Policymaking: Evolving and Applying Emergent Solutions for U.S. Communications Policy, 61 Fed. Comm. L. J. 483 (2009)

Wiener, Jonathan B., Law and the New Ecology: Evolution, Categories, and Consequences, 22 Ecology L. Q. 325 (1995)

Wilson, Molly J. Walker, An Evolutionary Perspective on Male Domestic Violence: Practical and Policy Implications, 32 American Journal of Criminal Law 291 (2005)

Yelpaala, Kojo, Legal Consciousness and Contractual Obligations, 39 McGeorge L. Rev. 193 (2008)

Zak, Paul J., Neuroeconomics, 359 Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences 1737 (2004)

Zeki, Semir & Goodenough, Oliver, Law and the Brain: Introduction, 359 Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences, 1661 (2004)

Zwolinski, Matt, Natural law and evolutionary conservatism: comments on Janet Radcliffe Richards, 42 San Diego L. Rev. 1143-1149 (2005)

Zywicki, Todd, Evolutionary Psychology and the Social Sciences, Humane Studies Review 13(1) (Fall 2000) (available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=244552) (2000)

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C. Symposia

Symposium: Symposium on the Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law, 48 Arizona State L.J. 917-1169 (2016)

(Symposium includes: Jones, Owen D., Keynote: Law and the Brain – Past, Present, and Future; Grey, Betsy J., PTSD, Biomarkers, and Rape Prosecutions; Guttentag, Michael D., Evolutionary Analysis in Law: On Disclosure Regulation; Patrick, Carlton, The Long-Term Promise of Evolutionary Psychology for the Law; Seaman, Julie and Wilson, David Sloan, #FreeSpeech; Shen, Francis X., Law and Neuroscience 2.0.; Skyrms, Brian, Evolution, Norms, and the Social Contract; Stake, Jeffrey Evans, Biologically Biased Beneficence)

Symposium: F. Hodge O’Neal Corporate and Securities Law Symposium, 84 Wash. U.L. Rev. 1717 (2006)

(Symposium includes: Hill, Claire A. & O’Hara, Erin Ann, A Cognitive Theory of Trust)

Symposium: The Impact of Behavioral Genetics on the Criminal Law: Numbers 1 & 2, 69 Law and Contemporary Problems 1-365 (2006)

(Symposium includes: Farahany, Nita A., Foreword; Baker, Laura A., Bezdjian, Serena, & Raine, Adrian, Behavioral Genetics: The Science of Antisocial Behavior; Kaplan, Jonathan, Misinformation, Misrepresentation, and Misuse of Human Behavioral Genetics Research; Jones, Owen D., Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context; Garland, Brent & Frankel, Mark S., Considering Convergence: A Policy Dialogue About Behavioral Genetics, Neuroscience, and Law; Farahany, Nita A. & Coleman, James E. Jr., Genetics and Responsibility: To Know the Criminal from the Crime; Morse, Stephen J., Addiction, Genetics and Criminal Responsibility; Denno, Deborah W., Revisiting the Legal Link Between Genetics and Crime; Kaye, D.H., Behavioral Genetics Research and Criminal DNA Databases; Beecher-Monas, Erica & Garcia-Rill, Edgar, Genetic Predictions of Future Dangerousness: Is There A Blueprint for Violence?; Rothenberg, Karen & Wang, Alice, The Scarlet Gene: Behavioral Genetics, Criminal Law, and Racial and Ethnic Stigma)

Symposium: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?, 80 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. (2005)

(Symposium includes, Hill, Claire, Introduction: Lobel, Jules & Lowenstein, George, Emote Control: The Substance in Foreign Policy and International Law; Rubin, Edwin L., Rational Choice and Rat Choice: Some Thoughts on the Relationship Among Rationality, Markets, and Human Beings; Case, Mary Anne, Pets or Meat; Clore, Gerald L., For Love or Money: Some Emotional Foundations of Rationality; Landa, Janet, Bounded Rationality of Homo Classificus: The Law and Bioeconomics of Social Norms as Classification; Miller, Geoffrey P., The Legal Function of Ritual; Charvat, Terrence & McCabe, Kevin, Neuroeconomics and Rationality; Roundtable Discussion: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality? You can find full-text links to these articles at:

http://lawreview.kentlaw.edu/current issues webpage.htm

Symposium: Law and the Brain 359 Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences 1659-1809 (2004)

(Symposium includes: Zeki, Semir & Goodenough, Oliver, Law and the Brain: Introduction; Hoffman, Morris B., The Neuroeconomic Path of the Law; O’Hara, Erin Ann, How Neuroscience Might Advance the Law; Hinde, Robert A., Law and the Sources of Morality; Jones, Owen D., Law, Evolution and the Brain; Goodenough, Oliver R. & Prehn, Kristin, A Neuroscientific Approach to Normative Judgment in Law and Justice; Chorvat, Terrence & McCabe, Kevin, The Brain and the Law; Zak, Paul J., Neuroeconomics; Fugelsang, Jonathan A. & Dunbar, Kevin N., A Cognitive Neuroscience Framework for Understanding Casual Reasoning and the Law; Spence, Sean A., Hunter, Mike D., Farrow, Tom F.D., et al., A Cognitive Neurobiological Account of Deception: Evidence from Functional Neuroimaging; Stake, Jeffrey E., The Property ‘Instinct’; Greene, Joshua, & Cohen, Jonathan, For the Law, Neuroscience Changes Nothing and Everything; Sapolsky, Robert M., The Frontal Cortex and the Criminal Justice System; Baird, Abigail A. & Fugelsang, Jonathan A., The Emergence of Consequential Thought: Evidence from Neuroscience; Goodenough, Oliver R., Responsibility and Punishment: Whose Mind? A Response;)

Symposium: ASU-Gruter Conference on Law, Behavioral Biology, and Economics, 41 Jurimetrics 287-384 (2001)

(Symposium includes: Jones, Owen D., The Evolution of Irrationality; Korobkin, Russell, A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Legal Scholarship: Economics, Behavioral Economics, and Evolutionary Psychology; Rubin, Paul H.,How Humans Make Political Decisions; Waldbauer, Jacob R. & Gazzaniga, Michael S., The Divergence of Neuroscience and Law; Rachlinski, Jeffrey J., Comment: Is Evolutionary Analysis of Law Science or Storytelling?; Jones, Owen D., Science and Human Behavior: A Reply; Stake, Jeffrey Evanse, Can Evolutionary Science Contribute to Discussions of Law?)

Symposium: University of Florida Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law, 53 Florida L. Rev. 831-964 (2001)

(Symposium includes: Jones, Owen D., Proprioception, Non-Law, and Biolegal History (Lecture); Stake, Jeffrey Evans, Pushing Evolutionary Analysis of Law or Evolving Law: Design Without a Designer; Goldberg, Steven,Evolutionary Biology Meets Determinism: Learning from Philosophy, Freud, and Spinoza; O’Hara, Erin Ann, Brain Plasticity and Spanish Moss in Biolegal Analysis, 53 Florida L. Rev. 905 (2001); Ulen, Thomas S., Evolution, Human Behavior, and Law: A Response to Owen Jones’ Dunwody Lecture; Kaminsky, Katherine J. & Kirkhart, Matthew W., A Step Beyond: Adding Behavior Analysis to the Discussion of Evolution, Natural Selection, and the Law)

Symposium: Biology and Sexual Aggression: Part I, 39 Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology 113-231 (1999)

(Symposium includes: Jones, Owen D. & Strouse, Daniel S., Introduction; Spohn, Cassia C., The Rape Reform Movement: The Traditional Common Law and Rape Law Reforms; Goldsmith, Timothy H. & Jones, Owen D.,Evolutionary Biology and Behavior: A Brief Overview and Some Important Concepts; Thornhill, Randy, The Biology of Human Rape;Nadler, Ronald D., Sexual Aggression in the Great Apes: Implications for Human Law;Malamuth, Neil & Malamuth, Eldad Z., Integrating Multiple Levels of Scientific Analysis and the Confluence Model of Sexual Coercers; Crawford, Charles & Johnston, Marc A., An Evolutionary Model of Courtship and Mating As Social Exchange: Implications for Rape Law Reform; Lalumière, Martin L. & Quinsey, Vernon L., A Darwinian Interpretation of Individual Differences in Male Propensity for Sexual Aggression; Mealey, Linda, The Multiplicity of Rape: From Life History Strategies to Prevention Strategies)

Symposium: Biology and Sexual Aggression: Part II, 39 Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology 233-346 (1999)

(Symposium includes: Baker, Katharine K., What Rape is and What it Ought Not to Be; Denno, Deborah W., Evolutionary Biology and Rape; Goldberg, Steven, Statistics, Law, and Justice; Hanna, Cheryl, Sometimes Sex Matters: Reflections on Biology, Sexual Aggression, and its Implications for the Law; Palmer, Craig T., DiBari, David N., Wright, Scott A., Is It Sex Yet? Theoretical and Practical Implications of the Debate Over Rapists’ Motives)

Symposium Issue Articles collected in 8 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 5-211 (1997)

(Symposium includes: Brown, Kingsley, An Evolutionary Perspective on Sexual Harassment: Seeking Roots in Biology Rather than Ideology; Grady, Mark F., McGuire, Michael T., A Theory of the Origin of Natural Law; Jones, Owen D., Law and Biology: Toward an Integrated Model of Human Behavior; McGinnis, John O., The Human Constitution and Constitutive Law: A Prolegomenon)

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V. Useful Journals

A. Reasonably Accessible

B. A Bit More Technical

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VI. Selected News Items

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VII. Selected Media Coverage

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