Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science

Official journal of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan

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Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science (LEBS) is an online, open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes brief and interesting articles that deal with evolutionary studies on human behavior. The scope of LEBS is vast: publishing research in any area of human evolutionary behavioral science as well as studies on humanities. Articles reporting findings on other species will be welcomed if their relevance to the human animal is apparent. In particular, LEBS welcomes studies that replicate previous findings and eagerly anticipates submissions from Asian and Oceanian researchers.


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Vol 8, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Original Articles

A Test of an Evolutionary Hypothesis of Violence against Women: The Case of Sex Ratio PDF
Emily A. Stone 1-3
We Can’t Return Evil for Good: The Comparison between Direct and Indirect Reciprocity PDF
Yuma Shiraki, Tasuku Igarashi 4-7
Violence and warfare in prehistoric Japan PDF
Tomomi Nakagawa, Hisashi Nakao, Kohei Tamura, Yui Arimatsu, Naoko Matsumoto, Takehiko Matsugi 8-11
No Support for the Watching Eyes Effect Across Three "Lost Letter" Field Experiments PDF
Zoi Manesi, Thomas V. Pollet 12-15
Are Multiple Minimal Outgroup Males Readily Associated with Threat? PDF
Florian van Leeuwen, Tadeg Quillien, Pascal Boyer 16-19
Effect of being conscious of others on moral condemnation PDF
Ryo Oda 20-23

Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science | ISSN  1884-927X |
Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan, 2010-