The evolutionary origins of religious behavior

Abstract
The questions asked by Saier and Trevors are being asked over and over again in a burgeoning body of literature. It is a sign that the social sciences are striking out on a road that may eventually lead them to join the other sciences in a truly comprehensive understanding of human behavior.
Keywords evolutionary origins   religious behavior
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