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NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY LETTERS
including Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuro
psychopharmacology,
Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology
and Human Ethology
ISSN 0172–780X


HUMAN ETHOLOGY & EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY

Special Issue on Human Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology | Zdenek Klein Award for Human Ethology | Ethological Papers in NEL | Order Special Issue |
Zdenek Klein Fund
SPECIAL ISSUE ON HUMAN ETHOLOGY & EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY

We are pleased to announce the publication of a Special Issue of NEL on "Human Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology" as of December 2002. Brief review articles from key figures of the field cover a wide range of topics from the scientific fields of Human Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology. Further one of the contributors has been awarded with the Zdenek-Klein-Award for Human Ethology, under the Auspices of the Neuroendocrinology Letters, together with the "Club of Friends of the Neuroendocrinology Letters" and the International Journal of the Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine.

This issue is dedicated to Zdenek Klein, to the Charles University in Prague and to the recipients of the Zdenek Klein Award 2001 and 2002

TABLE OF CONTENTS -- AND ABSTRACTS ONLINE HERE

PETER FEDOR-FREYBERGH:

Words from the Editor in Chief

Prof. JAN SOKOL, Prof. KAREL STULÍK, Prof. CYRIL HÖSCHL

LAUDATIO from the Charles University Prague, Czech Republic

KARL GRAMMER, BERNHARD FINK (Vienna, AUT):

Guest Editorial

NANCY L. SEGAL (CA, USA):

In Memory: Linda Mealey

KARL GRAMMER, BERNHARD FINK, LEEANN RENNINGER (Vienna, AUT):

Dynamic Systems and Inferential Information Processing in Human Communication

DAVID BUSS (Texas, USA):

Human Mate Guarding

ALFONSO TROISI & MICHAEL MCGUIRE (Roma, ITA):

Darwinian psychiatry and the concept of mental disorder

CHARLES CRAWFORD & CATHRINE SALMON (Burnaby, CAN): 

Psychopathology or Adaptation? Genetic and Evolutionary Perspectives on Individual Differences and Psychopathology

GLENN WEISFELD & CAROL WEISFELD (Detroit, USA):

Marriage: An evolutionary perspective

JOHAN VAN DER DENNEN (Groningen, NED):

(Evolutionary) Theories of Warfare in Preindustrial (Foraging) Societies

DOREEN KIMURA (Burnaby, CAN):

Sex Hormones Influence Human Cognitive Pattern

DEVENDRA SINGH (Texas, USA):

Female Mate Value at a Glance: Relationship of Waist-to-Hip Ratio to Health, Fecundity and Attractiveness

HELEN FISHER, ARTHUR ARON, DEBRA MASHEK, HAIFANG LI, GREG STRONG, & LUCY L. BROWN (Rutgers, USA):

The Neural Mechanisms of Mate Choice: A Hypothesis

ECKART VOLAND & CASPAR SÖLING (Giessen, GER):

Toward an evolutionary psychology of religiosity

JAAK PANKSEPP, JOSEPH R. MOSKAL, JULES B. PANKSEPP, ROGER A. KROES (Bowling Green University, USA):

Comparative Approaches in Evolutionary Psychology: Molecular Neuroscience Meets the Mind

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ZDENEK KLEIN AWARD FOR HUMAN ETHOLOGY
– ZDENEK KLEIN FUND: HERE

The "Zdenek Klein Award for Human Ethology" honouring the work and life of the late Zdenek Klein was founded on August 8, 2001 under the Auspices of the Neuroendocrinology Letters, together with the "Club of Friends of the Neuroendocrinology Letters" and the International Journal of the Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine.

The "Zdenek Klein Award for Human Ethology" will be granted once a year for the best work in that field, especially within the area of Integrative Neuroendocrinology and Human Ethology.

Recipients 2002:

JAAK PANKSEPP, JOSEPH R. MOSKAL, JULES B. PANKSEPP, ROGER A. KROES,
for their paper:

"Comparative Approaches in Evolutionary Psychology: 
Molecular Neuroscience Meets the Mind"

Further information about the recipients and their research institutions(s) will been announced soon.

Recipients 2001:

JAMES V. KOHL, MICHAELA ATZMÜLLER, BERNHARD FINK & KARL GRAMMER, for their paper:

"Human Pheromones:
Integrating Neuroendocrinology and Ethology"

which was published in the Neuroendocrinology Letters including Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuropsychopharmacology, Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology and Human Ethology, Volume 22 No. 5, October 2001, where also more details about this award were given by the Editor-in-Chief.

Further Information about the research institution(s) and details about the recipients of the Award can be found HERE.

The October issue of the Neuroendocrinology Letters was released on October 29, 2001

The abstract of this Review Article in MEDLINE (PubMed)

 

ETHOLOGICAL PAPERS IN NEL

Preferred partner characteristics in homosexual men in relation to speculated patterns of brain differentiation (NEL Vol. 23 No. 4, 2002)

Effects of putative male pheromones on female ratings of male attractiveness: Influence of oral contraceptives and the menstrual cycle  (NEL Vol. 23 No. 4, 2002)

Mating types in yeast, vomeronasal organ in rodents, homosexuality in humans: Does a guiding thread exist? (NEL Vol. 23 No. 4, 2002)

Human body odour, genetic variability, and sexual orientation: A reply to D. Oliva (NEL Vol. 23 No. 4, 2002)

Homosexual Orientation in Males: Evolutionary and Ethological Aspects (NEL Vol. 22 No. 6, 2001)

Human Pheromones: "Integrating Neuroendocrinology and Ethology (NEL Vol. 22 No. 5, 2001)

The Ethological Approach to the Study of Human Behavior (NEL Vol. 21 No. 6, 2000)

An integrative approach to the study of human behavior (POSTER, NEL Vol. 21 No. 5, 2000)

 

NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY LETTERS
including Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuro
psychopharmacology,
Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology
and Human Ethology
ISSN 0172–780X


A peer-reviewed transdisciplinary Journal covering Neuroendocrinology, Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuropsychopharmacology, Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology and Human Ethology for RAPID publication of Original Papers, Review Articles, State-of-the-Art, Clinical Reports, Meta-Analyses and other contributions from all the fields covered by Neuroendocrinology Letters. E-mail: info@nel.edu

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