Barash, David P(hilip)

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BARASH, David P(hilip)

BARASH, David P(hilip). American, b. 1946. Genres: Sociology, Psychology, Politics/Government, Military/Defense/Arms control, Zoology. Career: State University of New York, Oneonta, assistant professor of biology, 1970-73; University of Washington, Seattle, associate professor, 1973-80, professor of psychology and zoology, 1980-. Publications: Sociobiology and Behavior, 1977, rev. ed., 1982; The Whisperings Within, 1979; Stop Nuclear War!: A Handbook, 1982; Aging: An Exploration, 1983; The Caveman and the Bomb, 1985; The Hare and the Tortoise: Culture, Biology, and Human Nature, 1986; The Arms Race and Nuclear War, 1987; Marmots: Social Behavior and Ecology, 1989; The Great Outdoors, 1989; Introduction to Peace Studies, 1991; The L Word: An Unapologetic, Thoroughly Biased, Long-overdue Explication and Celebration of Liberalism, 1992; Beloved Enemies: Exploring Our Need for Opponents, 1994; Ideas of Human Nature, 1997. Address: Psychology Department, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, U.S.A.