Chapters

 
 

Why culture and biology? The Handbook of Culture and Biology. New York: Wiley.

by Causadias, J. M., Updegraff, K. A., & Overton, W. F. (in press)

Culture and biology are considered as two domains of equal importance and constant coevolution, although they have traditionally been studied in isolation. The Handbook of Culture and Biology is a comprehensive resource that focuses on theory and research in culture and biology interplay. This emerging field centers on how these two processes have evolved together, how culture, biology, and environment influence each other, and how they shape behavior, cognition, and development among humans and animals across multiple levels, types, timeframes, and domains of analysis.

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Culture and Biology Interplay: An Introduction. The Handbook of Culture and Biology. New York: Wiley.

by Causadias, J. M., Telzer, E. H., & Gonzales, N. A. (2017)

Culture and biology have evolved together, influence each other, and concurrently shape behavior, affect, cognition, and development. This special section highlights 2 major domains of the interplay between culture and biology.

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How are genes related to culture? Introduction to the field of cultural genomics. In J. M. Causadias, E. H. Telzer, & N. A. Gonzales (Eds.), The Handbook of Culture and Biology. New York: Wiley. 

Causadias, J. M., & Korous, K. M. (2017).

This chapter highlights research in the emergent field of cultural genomics, the study of the interplay of genes, culture, and environments, and the multiple ways in which cultural experiences are influenced by, affect, and covary with the genome and the environment to shape behavior, cognition, and development.

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La observación y evaluación del apego en la infancia [Observation and assessment of attachment in infancy]. In B. Torres de Cádiz, J. M. Causadias, & G. Posada (Eds.), La teoría del apego: Investigación y aplicaciones clínicas [Attachment theory: Research and clinical applications]. Madrid: Psimática.

by Carlson, E. A., & Causadias, J. M. (2014)

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La psicopatología del desarrollo y la teoría del apego [Developmental psychopathology and attachment theory]. In B. Torres de Cádiz, J. M. Causadias, & G. Posada (Eds.), La teoría del apego: Investigación y aplicaciones clínicas [Attachment theory: Research and clinical applications]. Madrid: Psimática.

by Causadias, J. M., & Carlson, E. A. (2014)

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El apego, la conducta antisocial y el encarcelamiento: Una perspectiva del desarrollo [Attachment, antisocial behavior and imprisonment: A developmental perspective]. In B. Torres de Cádiz, J. M. Causadias, & G. Posada (Eds.), La teoría del apego: Investigación y aplicaciones clínicas [Attachment theory: Research and clinical applications]. Madrid: Psimática.

by Causadias, J. M. (2013)

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La relación diádica entre la biología y el apego [The dyadic relationship between biology and attachment]. In B. Torres de Cádiz, J. M. Causadias, & G. Posada (Eds.), La teoría del apego: Investigación y aplicaciones clínicas [Attachment theory: Research and clinical applications]. Madrid: Psimática.

by Lawler, J. M., & Causadias, J. M. (2014)

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El apego como un sistema dinámico: Fundamentos de la teoría del apego [Attachment as a dynamic system: Principles of attachment theory]. In B. Torres de Cádiz, J. M. Causadias, & G. Posada (Eds.), La teoría del apego: Investigación y aplicaciones clínicas [Attachment theory: Research and clinical applications]. Madrid: Psimática.

by Sroufe, L. A., Szteren, L., & Causadias, J. M. (2014) 

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