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Cambridge Elements Series with Cambridge University Press

This series presents an advanced introduction to both foundational and emerging topics in Applied Evolutionary Science. The series aims for broad coverage of all major topics within Applied Evolutionary Science, including: child and adolescent development; education; evolutionary medicine; public health; inequality; marriage, family, and mating; public policy; and group/social relations, among others. Individual Cambridge Elements will be of interest to scholars, various types of practitioners (e.g., educators, social workers, community organizers), and public policymakers. The length (20,000-30,000 words) allows authors to develop their ideas and provide context for their research.

This Cambridge Elements series is published by Cambridge University Press in association with the Evolution Institute. For more information and to see the available titles, click here.

To learn more, read about the Cambridge Elements series in the Partner Spotlight section of our 2023 Impact Report.