- Author:Robert Champigny
- Publisher:University Press of Florida (January 1, 1986)
- Pages:201 pages
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Sense, antisense, nonsense. Gainesville : University Presses of Florida, University of Florida Press. Sense, antisense, nonsense, Robert Champigny University Presses of Florida, University of Florida Press Gainesville 1986. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1986, Sense, antisense, nonsense, Robert Champigny University Presses of Florida, University of Florida Press Gainesville. 0813007917 (paperback). by. Champigny, Robert, 1922-. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.
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Sense and Nonsense is an American game show hosted by Bob Kennedy which ran on New York City TV station WABD from 1951-1954. The show consisted of two three-child teams using their five senses to complete challenges and earn money, with the high-scoring team returning on the next show.
Sense and Nonsense is a great book. It covers a range of evolutionary approaches to human behaviour. The key concepts of each approach are treated in turn in separate chapters and then the authors describe case studies and then offer a critical evaluation for each one. The approaches considered are: sociobiology, human behavioural ecology, evolutionary psychology, memetics and gene-culture coevolution. There's also an introductory chapter, a chapter covering the history of the field prior to 1975 and a final chapter that wraps up. I read the last three chapters first.
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