Edward Hagen

Edward H. Hagen received his BA in mathematics from UC Berkeley, spent some time working in the organic polymer lab of Bruce Novak, then at UC Berkeley, before deciding to pursue anthropology at UC Santa Barbara, where he received Ph.D. in 1999. Shortly thereafter he took a postdoc position in Peter Hammerstein’s group at the Institute for Theoretical Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin. He moved to Washington State University in 2007.

See more here: https://anthro.vancouver.wsu.edu/people/hagen/

Recent Posts

January 28, 2020 in Philosophy, Psychology

Is Evolutionary Psychology Impossible?

Subrena Smith recently argued that “evolutionary psychology, as it is currently understood, is…impossible."
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October 3, 2019 in Biology, Psychology

Seven Reasons Why Most Major Depression is Probably Not a Brain Disorder

If most MD, as it is currently diagnosed, is not a disorder, should we keep calling it Major Depression?
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