Robert Kurzban is a published author known for titles like The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind: How Self-Interest Shapes Our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit It and Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite.
The intricate workings of Science Fiction novels intrigued Robert Kurzban from a young age. Over time, his fascination evolved, eventually leaning more towards the science realm of the genre.
Now a published author and freelance writer, Robert Kurzban calls on his lifelong interest as a respected Social Scientist.
Throughout his career in social science, Robert Kurzban has contributed his research to a variety of publications in the field. His contributions have been published ...
Robert Kurzban has published various works both independently and through respected publishing houses. These experiences have helped him to understand the in’s and out’s of the publication process. He knows firsthand how important it is to proofread and polish your drafts before submitting a completed piece to a publisher. Failure to do so could result in having your work denied — even if it’s worthy of ranking on the bestseller’s list!
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Robert Kurzban is a published author and freelance writer who has contributed to acclaimed publications the likes of The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Regarded to high esteem in the social science community, his works delve into matters of the human mind. His works often utilize a Darwinian lens, intertwining the current and contemporary with thoroughly researched and long championed theories.
Notable works by Robert Kurzban include: Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocri...
Robert Kurzban is a Social Scientist and Freelance Writer. He has published numerous articles, journals and books that discuss social science concepts with a focus on Darwinian ideas.
Published Author and Freelance Writer
Social Scientist, Robert Kurzban has a knack for highlighting the relevance of Darwinian ideas in the modern era. In his view, social concepts are inherently cyclical, with the past often predicting the future.
Kurzban has contributed to a number of social science publicatio...
Left-leaning political scientists often claim citizens don’t vote their rational self-interest; thus they argue that, e.g., Trump voters are irrational; but their claim is likely only in *their* self-interest, & they overlook biological self-interests:
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Robert Kurzban is a published author. His texts discuss social science concepts. Unafraid to dive deep into a matter, he calls on Darwinian ideas in his investigation of social life.
Robert Kurzban is a freelance writer. He has contributed to numerous works which discuss issues of stigmatization, race, evolution and more. He is intrigued by the concept of Darwinism, an idea he has touched on many times in his own work. He also works independently as a consultant.
Robert Kurzban was trained by...
Robert Kurzban is a Social Scientist and Freelance Writer. A published author, he has contributed to numerous articles and research projects. He has also authored his own texts, such as “The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind: How Self-Interest Shapes Our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit It” and “Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind.”
Fascinated by Darwinism and evolution, his written works have touched on ideas the likes of evolutionary origins, stigmatization, ...
Robert Kurzban is a psychologist specializing in evolutionary psychology.
Early life and education
Kurzban was born in Poughkeepsie, New York on September 29, 1969. He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Cornell University in 1991. Interest in Disney productions throughout his youth led him to take a job at Euro Disney in 1992.
He entered graduate school in 1993 and completed a Ph.D. in psychology at UCSB in 1998. He continued his training with postdoctoral work in the ...