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SEAL III Conference – October 13-14, 2000

SEAL III Conference
October 13-14, 2000
Indiana University School of Law
Bloomington, IN

Jeff Stake and Owen Jones, Co-Directors

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FRIDAY, October 13
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Welcome Owen Jones (Seal President, ASU Law)
Jeff Stake (Local Host, IU Law)
Fred Aman (Dean, IU Law)
9:30 Evolution, Justice, and the Power of Apology Erin O’Hara (George Mason University)
10:00 The State of Nature and the Evolution of Political Preferences Paul Rubin (Emory University)
10:30 Break
10:40 Placebos and Endogenous Damages Gregory P. Lablanc (University of Virginia)
11:10 The Rule of One-Third: A Historical and Game Theoretic Model of Dower and Coveture Paul J. Zak (Claremont Graduate College)
11:40 General Discussion
Noon Break
12:10 Luncheon in Faculty Lounge
1:40 Adopted Children, Evolution, and Abuse Robin Wilson (Univ. of South Carolina)
2:10 Genetic Interests and the
Abortion Debate
Jason Weeden (University of Pennsylvania)
2:40 Break
2:50 Is Blood Thicker Than Consideration? Shubha Ghosh (Univ. at Buffalo, SUNY)
3:20 Parental Investment Differences by Sex Jeffrey Stake (Indiana University)
3:50 General Discussion
4:00 IU School of Law Reception
5:30 Break
6:30 IU Art Museum Opens
7:00 Dinner at IU Art Museum
8:15 Keynote Lecture David Buss (University of Texas at Austin)
SATURDAY, October 14
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Occupational Implications of Cognitive Differences Between the Sexes Kingsley Browne (Wayne State University)
9:30 Evolutionary Psychology and Affirmative Action: Men and Women at Work Steve Colarelli (Central Michigan Univ.)
10:00 Break
10:10 Evolution and Politics Bailey Kuklin (Brooklyn Law School)
11:40 Mechanisms of Cooperation: The Biological Basis of Human Cooperation Oliver Goodenough (Vermont Law School)
11:10 General Discussion
11:30 Break
11:45 Lunch
1:45 Is the Jury Box Evolution-Compliant? John Lanou (Student – William & Mary)
2:15 Mediation: The Evolutionary Alternative in Alternative Dispute Resolution Maria Carnevale (Amicus Mediation, LLC)
2:45 Break
2:55 Are “First Offenders” Failed Dominants or Desperate Subordinates? Charles Keckler (Student – Univ. of Mich.)
3:25 Closing Remarks