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In this chapter, we take an evolutionary psychological approach to risky decision making, social competition, sex differences, and homicide. By "evolutionary psychology," we mean the pursuit of psychological science with active consideration of current theory and knowledge in evolutionary biology, which is the field concerned with elucidating the process that gave form to brains, mind, and behavior (Daly & Wilson, 1999) . Modern evolutionists are predominantly concerned with elucidating thepmid:11759345 fatcat:pxb4qa3xivfzdl6tssksfhijwe