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David P. Barash (born 1946) is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, and is notable for books on Human aggression, Peace Studies, and the sexual behavior of animals and people. He has written approximately 30 books in total. He received his bachelor's degree in biology from Harpur College, State University of New York at Binghamton, and a Ph.D. in zoology from University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1970. He taught at the State University of New York at Oneonta, and then accepted a permanent position at the University of Washington.

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  • David P. Barash (* 1946) ist ein US-amerikanischer Psychologe. Er studierte Biologie an der Binghamton University und promovierte 1970 an der University of Wisconsin–Madison im Fach Zoologie. Er lehrt als Professor für Psychologie an der University of Washington in Seattle. Sein Forschungsschwerpunkt ist die Soziobiologie sowie die Evolutionäre Psychologie, wobei er psychologische Erkenntnisse über Aggression auch für die Friedensforschung auswertet. Er verfasste zahlreiche Bücher, davon mehrere gemeinsam mit seiner Ehefrau, der Psychiaterin Judith Eve Lipton.
  • David P. Barash (born 1946) is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, and is notable for books on Human aggression, Peace Studies, and the sexual behavior of animals and people. He has written approximately 30 books in total. He received his bachelor's degree in biology from Harpur College, State University of New York at Binghamton, and a Ph.D. in zoology from University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1970. He taught at the State University of New York at Oneonta, and then accepted a permanent position at the University of Washington.
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  • David P. Barash (* 1946) ist ein US-amerikanischer Psychologe. Er studierte Biologie an der Binghamton University und promovierte 1970 an der University of Wisconsin–Madison im Fach Zoologie. Er lehrt als Professor für Psychologie an der University of Washington in Seattle. Sein Forschungsschwerpunkt ist die Soziobiologie sowie die Evolutionäre Psychologie, wobei er psychologische Erkenntnisse über Aggression auch für die Friedensforschung auswertet. Er verfasste zahlreiche Bücher, davon mehrere gemeinsam mit seiner Ehefrau, der Psychiaterin Judith Eve Lipton.
  • David P. Barash (born 1946) is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, and is notable for books on Human aggression, Peace Studies, and the sexual behavior of animals and people. He has written approximately 30 books in total. He received his bachelor's degree in biology from Harpur College, State University of New York at Binghamton, and a Ph.D. in zoology from University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1970. He taught at the State University of New York at Oneonta, and then accepted a permanent position at the University of Washington. His book Natural Selections: selfish altruists, honest liars and other realities of evolution is based on articles in the Chronicle of Higher Education and published in 2007 by Bellevue Literary Press. Immediately before that was Madame Bovary's Ovaries: a Darwinian look at literature, a popular but serious presentation of Darwinian literary criticism, jointly written with his daughter, Nanelle Rose Barash. He has also written over 230 scholarly articles and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, along with many other honors. In 2008, a second edition of the textbook Peace and Conflict Studies co-authored with Charles P. Webel was published by Sage. In 2009, Columbia University Press published How Women Got Their Curves and Other Just-So Stories, a book on sex differentiation co-authored with Judith Eve Lipton. This was followed in 2010 by Strange Bedfellows: the surprising connection between sex, evolution and monogamy published by Bellevue Literary Press, and, in 2011, Payback: why we retaliate, redirect aggression and seek revenge, coauthored with Judith Eve Lipton and published by Oxford University Press. His book Homo Mysterious: Evolutionary puzzles of human nature appeared in 2012, also published by Oxford University Press, and in 2013, Sage published the 3rd edition of his text, Peace and Conflict Studies.
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