August 5, 2011
CURRICULUM VITA
Dennis L. Krebs
CURRENT STATUS:
Professor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University
DEGREES:
1967
1968
1970
B.A., University of British Columbia
M.A., Harvard University
Ph.D., Harvard University
DISTINCTIONS:
1967: David Bolocan/Hean Bolocan Memorial Prize for top student in psychology U.B.C.
1967-1979: Woodrow Wilson Fellow
1977-1978: Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
1979: Director, Summer Institute of Morality and Moral Development, Center for Advanced Study in
the Behavioral Sciences
1989: Excellence in Teaching Award, Simon Fraser University
1995: Fellow, Canadian Psychological Association
2005: Special Salary Award
2007: 3M Teaching Award
ACADEMIC CAREER:
1970-1974: Assistant Professor, Chair Undergraduate Program in Social Relations, Harvard University
1974-1977: Associate Professor, Chair Department of Psychology
Simon Fraser University
1977-1978: Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the
Behavioral Sciences
1978-1982: Associate Professor, Simon Fraser University
1982-present: Professor, Simon Fraser University
EDITORIAL BOARDS
Consulting Editor: Perspectives in Psychological Science
Senior Associate Editor: Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology
RESEARCH GRANTS:
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1986-87 - SSHRC $34,000: Moral judgment.
1988-90 - SSHRC $72,786: Moral judgment.
1991-93 - SSHRC - $105,660: Moral Judgment and Moral Behavior
1993-1998 - SSHRC - $120,000: Self-serving biases in social and moral judgment.
1999-2000 SSHRC $5,000: Structures of moral judgment.
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
(A)
Harvard University
1970 - 1974: Head Tutor in Psychology and Social Relations
(supervisor of undergraduate program)
1970- 1974: Chairman, Board of Tutors and Advisors,
Department of Psychology and Social Relations
(overseer of tutorial program taught by 20-30 graduate student teaching fellows and 20-30
faculty members)
1970 - 1974: Chairman, Committee on Undergraduate
Instruction, Department of Psychology and Social Relations
1970- 1974: Assistant Senior Tutor, Kirkland House, Harvard University
1972-1973: Member, Committee on Admissions, Radcliffe College
1972- 1974: Member, Executive Committee, Department of Psychology and Social Relations
(B)
Simon Fraser University
1974-1977: Chair, Department of Psychology
1974-1977: Member, Dean of Arts Advisory Committee
1974-1977: Member, President's Committee of Chairs
1976: Member, Vice President's Committee on Resource Allocation
1980: Member, Vice President Academic Search Committee
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1980-1982: Member, Senate Graduate Studies Committee
1981-1984: Senator
1983: Member, Ad Hoc Senate Committee on Teaching Evaluation
1983-1984: Chair, President's Advisory Committee on University Priorities,
1990-2005 (most years): Member, Psychology DTC and TPC
1991-1992-1992-1993: Member, University Tenure Committee.
1992-1994: Member, Chair's Advisory Committee
1994: Member, University Market Differential Advisory Committee
1994: Member, External Review of Philosophy Dept.
1995-97: Coordinator Introductory Psychology
1996-1997: Member, Search Committee for Dean of Arts
1997-1998:
Introductory Psychology Coordinator
Member, Appointments Planning Committee
Coordinator Social Psychology Program
1998-1999:
Coordinator Introductory Psychology
Coordinator Social Psychology Program
Member: Dean’s Committee on Employability of Arts Graduands
1999-2000
Coordinator Social Psychology Program
Chair, Ad hoc Senate Commitee to Evaluate and Develop Undergraduate Curricula
2000-2004
Chair, Ad hoc Senate Commitee to Evaluate and Develop Undergraduate Curricula
Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Implementation Task Force
2008-2009
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Representative: Task Force on Teaching and
Learning
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RECENT TALKS:
Krebs, D. L. Invited address. The evolution of morality. Integrating the Sciences and the Humanities.
University of British Columbia, Sept. 26, 2008. (with J. Prinz and H. Gintis)
Krebs, D. L. (2008). Keynote address: “Teaching for learning: New approaches for a new generation”
(with Dubiel, M., Kennedy, P., and Poole, G. 33rd McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching, Learning &
Technology Conference: Teaching for Learning: New Approaches for a New Generation. Hosted by
Simon Fraser University Burnaby, May 14-15, 2008
Krebs, D. L. (2008). Keynote address: “The evolution of a sense of morality” BASiCS conference,
Banff, Alberta, May 203.
Krebs, D. L. (2007). “Building a teaching career.” New Faculty Orientation. Simon Fraser University.
Burnaby, B.C., Aug. 30,
Krebs, D. L. (2007). Keynote address: “The origin of morality.” Human Mind, Human Kind. Aarhus,
Denmark, Aug. 17th, 2007.
Krebs, D. L. (2004) Morality: Then and Now. The Third Annual Conference on Cognitive Science.
Carleton University, Ottawa Ontario, Oct. 15th – 17th.
Krebs, D.L. & Denton, K. (2004). Cultivating morality. American Psychological Association,
Honolulu, Hawaii, August
Krebs, D. L., (2001). Keynote Address. The evolution of morality: Reconceptualizing Kohlbergian
Structures of Moral Judgment. Association of Moral Education, Vancouver, B.C. Oct. 2001
Krebs, D. L. (2000). Moral reasoning and moral behavior: Insights from evolutionary psychology.
Invited talk: Ever since sociobiology: Darwinism, human behavior, and public policy.
Vancouver, B. C. Oct. 20, 2000.
Krebs, D. L. (2000). How moral, by nature? Invited talk: Princeton University, March 27th, 2000.
Krebs, D. L. (1999). The evolution of moral dispositions in the human species. Invited talk:
Evolutionary Perspectives on human reproductive behavior. City University of New York,
May 5, 1999.
PUBLICATIONS: TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS
Psychology Today: An Introduction, Second Edition, CRM, Del Mar, California, 1972 Chapter 8:
Social Development: The Case of Morality Chapter 23: Impression Formation
Life and Health, CRM, Del Mar, California, 1972. Section II: Mental and Emotional Functioning
Psychology '73-'74, Dushkin Publishing Group, Guilford, Connecticut, 1973. Chapter 2: Helping Others
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The Study of Society, Dushkin Publishing Group, Guilford, Connecticut, 1974. Chapter 8: Socialization
and Moral Development Chapter 18: Social Interaction
Psychology, Second Edition, G. Lindzey, C. Hall, R. Thompson (Eds.), Worth Publishing Co., 1978.
Chapter 20: Attitudes (Revised from first edition) Chapter 21: Social Interaction and Group
Influence (Revised from first edition)
BOOKS
Fatino, E. J., Fischer, K., Krebs, D.L., Reynolds, G. S., Rubin, Z. Understanding Psychology. Dushkin
Publishers.
Krebs, D. (Ed.) (1977). Readings in Social Psychology, Contemporary Perspectives. Harper-Row
Krebs, D. (Ed.) (1981). Readings in Social Psychology, Contemporary Perspectives (2nd Edition).
Harper-Row
Crawford, C., Smith, M., & Krebs, D. (Eds.) (1988). Sociobiology and Psychology: Ideas, issues and
applications. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum
Krebs, D., & Blackman, R. (1988). Psychology: A first encounter. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Oliner, P., Oliner, S., Baron, L., Blum, L., Krebs, D., & Smolenska, Z. ((Eds.) (1992). Embracing the
other: Philosophical, psychological, and historical perspectives on altruism. New York
University Press.
Crawford, C. & Krebs, D. L. (Eds.) (1998). Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology: Ideas, Issues, and
Applications. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Crawford, C. & Krebs, D. L. (Eds.) (2008). Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology. Erlbaum.
Krebs, D. L. (2011). The Origins of Morality: An Evolutionary Account. New York: Oxford University
Press.
ACADEMIC ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
1. Hare, R. D., Krebs, D. L., Creighton, T. D., & Petrusic, W.M. (1966). Latency of self-administration
shock as a function of its intensity and probability. Psychonomic Science, 6.
2. Krebs, D. L. (1970). Altruism--an examination of the concept and a review of the literature.
Psychological Bulletin, 73, 258-302
3. Krebs, D. L. (1971). Infrahuman altruism. Psychological Bulletin, 76, 410-414.
4. Krebs, D. L., & Whitten, P. (1972). Guilt-edged giving. Psychology Today, 5.
5. Krebs, D. L., & Wispe, L. (1974). On defining altruism. Journal of Social Issues, 30, 194-199.
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6. Krebs, D. L., & Adinolfi, A. A. (1975). Physical attractiveness, social relations, and personality style.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 31, 245-253.
7. Krebs, D. L. (1975). A focus on social psychology or a focus on Canada? Contemporary
Psychology, 20, 576-577.
8. Krebs, D. L. (1975). Empathy and altruism. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 32,
1134-1146.
9. Krebs, D. L., & Rosenwald, A. (1977). Moral judgment and moral behavior in conventional adults.
Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 23, 77-87.
Reprinted in B. Puka (Ed.) (1994) Moral development: Field of
Schemes. Hamden CT: Garland.
10. Krebs, D. L. A cognitive developmental approach to altruism (1978). In Altruism, Sympathy, and
Helping. L. Wispe (Ed.), Academic Press, 141-164.
11. Krebs, D. L. (1979). Piaget's theory of moral development: A reconsideration. Human Nature,
January, 93-95.
12. Perry, J., & Krebs, D. L. (1980) Role-taking, moral development, and mental retardation. Journal
of Genetic Psychology, 136, 95-108.
13. Krebs, D L. (1980). The paradox of altruism. In D.E. Zarfas & B. Goldberg (Eds.). Clarence M.
Hincks Memorial Lectures. Ontario Mental Health Foundation.
14. Krebs, D. L., & Holder, M. (1981). Evolution, altruism and reinforcement. In D. L. Krebs (Ed.),
Readings in Social Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives, 2nd Edition. Harper & Row, 59-63.
15. Krebs, D.L., & Russell, C. (1981). Role-taking and altruism. Altruism and Helping Behavior, J. P.
Rushton & R. M. Sorrentino (Eds.). Erlbaum Associates, 137-165.
16. Krebs, D.L. (1982). Prosocial behavior, equity, and justice. In J. Greenberg and R. L. Cohen
(Eds.). Equity and Justice in Social Behavior, 261-308.
17. Krebs, D. L. (1982). Altruism: A rational approach. In N. Eisenberg (Ed.), The Development of
Prosocial Behavior. Academic Press, 57-76.
18. Krebs, D. L. (1982). Psychological approaches to altruism: An evaluation. Ethics, 92, 447-458.
Reprinted in S. Zmagani (Ed.) The economics of altruism. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 1994.
19. Krebs, D. L., & Gillmore, J. (1982). The relationship among the first stages of cognitive
development, role-taking, and moral development. Child Development, 53, 877-886.
20. Krebs, D. L. (1982). Helping in emergencies: The construction and disintegration of a model.
Contemporary Psychology, 27, 775-777.
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21. Krebs, D. L. & Sturrup, B. (1982). Role-taking ability and altruistic behavior in elementary school
children. Journal of Moral Education, 11, 94-100.
22. Krebs, D. L. (1983). Commentaries and Critiques. In D. Bridgeman (Ed.), The Nature of Prosocial
Development: Interdisciplinary Theories and Strategies. Academic Press. Sociobiological
Approaches to Prosocial Development, pp. 61-70. Psychological and Philosophical Approaches
to Prosocial Development, pp. 205-220. Cross-cultural Approaches to Prosocial Development,
pp. 265-269. Applied Approaches to Prosocial Development, pp. 341-346. Afterword, pp. 347350.
23. LeMare, L., & Krebs, D. L. (1983). Perspective-taking and styles of (pro) social behavior in
elementary school children. Academic Psychology Bulletin, 289-297.
24. Krebs, D. L., & Miller, D. L. (1985) Altruism and aggression. In G. Lindzey and E. Aronson
(Eds.) Handbook of Social Psychology (3rd Edition). Random House, 1-71.
25. Krebs, D. L. (1988) The challenge of altruism in biology and psychology. In C. Crawford, M.
Smith and D. L. Krebs (Eds.), Sociobiology and psychology: Ideas, issues and applications.
Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum, pp. 81-118.
26. Krebs, D. L., Denton, K., & Higgins, N. (1988). On the evolution of self-knowledge and selfdecepti on. In McDonald, K. (Ed.), Sociobiological perspectives on human behavior. SpringerVerlag, pp. 103-139.
27. Krebs, D. L. (1988) Self-serving sacrifice: The evolution of morality. Contemporary Psychology,
33, 1034-1038.
28. Krebs, D. L. (1988). Moral Dilemmas: Philosophical and psychological issues in the development
of moral reasoning. Journal of Moral Education, 17, pp. 251-252.
29. Krebs, D. L. (1989). Detecting genetic similarity without detecting genetic similarity. Behavioral
and Brain Sciences, 12, 533-534.
30. Krebs, D. L. (1989). Egoistic incentives in experimental games. Behavioral and Brain Sciences,
12, 713-714.
31. Krebs, D. L., Denton, K., Carpendale, J., Vermeulen, S., Bartek, S., & Bush, A. (1989). The many
faces of moral judgement. In M.A. Luszez & T. Nettelbeck (Eds.) Psychological Development:
Perspectives across the life-span. Elsevier Science Publishers. B.V. (North Holland), 97-105.
32. Denton, K. and Krebs, D. L. (1990). From the scene to the crime: The effect of alcohol and social
context on moral judgment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59, 242-248.
33. Krebs, D. L., Vermeulen, S. C., Carpendale, J. I., and Denton, K. (1991). Structural and situational
influences on moral judgment: The interaction between stage and dilemma. In Kurtines, W. and
Gewirtz, J. (Eds.). Handbook of moral behavior and development: Theory, research, and
application, Erlbaum, 139-169.
34. Krebs, D. L., Denton, K., Vermeulen, S.C., Carpendale, J. I., and Bush, A. (1991). The structural
flexibility of moral judgment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Personality
Processes and Individual Differences, 61, 1012-1023.
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Reprinted in B. Puka (Ed.) (1994) Moral development: Field of Schemes. Hamden CT:
Garland.
35. Krebs, D. L, Vermeulen, S., & Denton, K.(1991). Competence and performance in moral judgment:
From the ideal to the real. Moral Education Forum, 16, 7-22
36. Krebs, D. L. (1991). Altruism and Egoism: A False Dichotomy? Psychological Inquiry, 2, 137139.
37. Krebs, D. L. (1992). Goodness Rethought? Contemporary Psychology, 37, 306-307.
38. Carpendale, J. and Krebs, D. L. (1992). Situational variation in moral judgment: In a stage or on a
stage? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 21, 203-224.
39. Krebs, D. L. & Van Hesteren, F. The development of altruistic personality (1992). In Oliner, P.,
Oliner, S., Baron, L., Blum, L., Krebs, D. & Smolenska, Z. (Eds.) Embracing the other:
Philosophical, Psychological, and Historical Perspectives on Altruism. New York University
Press.
40. Bartek, S., Krebs, D. L. & Taylor, M. (1993). Coping, defending, and the relations between moral
judgment and moral behavior in prostitutes and other female juvenile delinquents. Journal of
Abnormal Psychology, 102, 65-73.
41. Bush, A., Krebs, D. L. & Carpendale, J. (1993). The structural consistency of moral judgments
about AIDS. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 154, 167-176.
42. Krebs, D. L., Vermeulen, S., Denton, K. & Carpendale, J. (1994). Gender and perspective
differences in moral judgment and moral orientation. Journal of Moral Education, 23, 17-26..
43. Krebs, D. L. & Van Hesteren. (1994). The development of altruism: Toward an integrative model.
Developmental Review, 14, 1-56.
44. Krebs, D. L. (1994). Review of Human Evolution: An illustrated introduction. Quarterly Review
of Biology, 69, 561-562.
45. Carpendale, J. & Krebs, D. L. (1995). Variations in moral judgment as a function of type of
dilemma and moral choice. Journal of Personality, 63, 289-313.
Reprinted in Financial Literacy for Children and Youth
Editors: Thomas A. Lucey and Kathleen S. Cooter
Publisher: DigitalTextbooks (http://www.digitaltextbooks.biz)
46. Krebs, D. L., Wark, G. & Krebs, D. L. (1995). Lessons from life: Toward a functional model of
morality. Moral education forum, 20, 22-29.
47. Krebs, D. L. (1996). The value of evolutionary perspectives on social relations in children.
International Journal of Behavioral Development, 19, 75-80.
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48. Wark, G. & Krebs, D. L. (1996) Gender and dilemma differences in real-life moral judgment.
Developmental Psychology, 32, 220-230.
49. Krebs, D. L. (1997). Does altruism develop? In B. Bain, H. Janzen, J. Paterson, L. Stewin, & A.
Yu (Eds.) Psychology and Education in the 21st Century Proceedings of the 54th. Annual
Convention International Concil of Psychologists. Banff, Alberta, Canada, July 24-28, 1996.
172-178. Edmonton ICPress.
50. Krebs, D. L., Denton, K., & Wark, G. (1997). The forms and functions of real-life moral decisionmaking. Journal of Moral Education, 20, 131-145.
51. Krebs, D. L. & Denton, K. (1997). Social illusions and self-deception: The evolution of biases
in person perception. In J. A. Simpson & D. T. Kenrick (Eds.) pp. 21-47. Evolutionary Social
Psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
52. Wark, G. & Krebs, D. L. (1997). Sources of variation in real-life moral judgment: Toward a model
of real-life morality. Journal of Adult Development, 4, 163-178.
53. Krebs, D. L. Ward, J. & Racine, T. (1997). The many faces of self-deception. Behavioral and
Brain Sciences, 20, 119-119.
54. Krebs, D. L. (1998). The evolution of moral behavior. In C. Crawford & D. L. Krebs (Eds.)
Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology: Ideas, Issues, and Applications, pp. 337-368. Hillsdale,
NJ: Erlbaum.
55. Janicki, M. & Krebs, D. L. (1998). Evolutionary approaches to culture. In Crawford, C. & Krebs,
D. L. Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology: Ideas, Issues, and Applications, pp. 163-207.
Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
56. Krebs, D. L. (1998). The development of altruism. In S. Joksimovic, S. Gasic-Pavisic, & S.
Stojiljkovic (Eds.), Education and Altruism, pp. 47-55.
57. Krebs, D. L. & Laird, P. (1998). Judging yourself as you judge others: perspective-taking moral
development, and exculpation. Journal of Adult Development, 5, 1-12.
58. Krebs, D. L. & Denton, K. (1999). On the relations between moral judgment and moral behavior.
In D. Garz, F. Oser, & W. Althof (Eds.) The context of morality. Frankfurt: M. Suhrlcamp.
59. Krebs, D. L. (2000). The evolution of moral dispositions in the human species. In D. LeCroy & P.
Moller (Eds.) Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Reproductive Behavior. Annals of the New
York Academy of Science, Vol. 907, pp. 1-17.
60. Wark, G. & Krebs, D. L. (2000) The construction of moral dilemmas in everyday life. Journal of
moral education, 29, 5-21.
61. Krebs, D. L. (2000). On levels of analysis and theoretical integration: Models of social behavior.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 260-261.
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62. Krebs, D. L. (2000). Evolutionary games and morality. In L. D. Katz (Ed.) Evolutionary Origins of
Morality: Cross-disciplinary approaches. pp. 313-321. UK: Imprint Academic.
63. Krebs, D. L. (2000). As moral as we need to be. In L. D. Katz (Ed.) Evolutionary Origins of
Morality: Cross-disciplinary approaches. pp. 139-143. UK: Imprint Academic.
64. Krebs, D. L. (2002). Adaptive altruistic strategies. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 265-266.
65. Krebs, D. L., Denton, K., Wark, G., Couch, R., Racine, T. P., Krebs, D. L. (2002). Interpersonal
moral conflicts between couples: Effects of type of dilemma, role, and partner’s judgments on
level of moral reasoning and probability of resolution. Journal of Adult Development, 9, 307316.
66. Krebs, D. L. (2003). Fictions and facts about evolutionary approaches to human behavior:
Comment on Lickliter and Honeycutt (2003). Psychological Bulletin, 129, 842-847.
67. Krebs, D. L. & Janicki, M. (2004). Biological foundations of moral norms. In M. Schaller & C.
Crandall (Eds.) Psychological Foundations of Culture, (pp. 125-148). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
68. Krebs, D. L. (2004). Cultivating morality and constructing moral systems: How to make silk
purses from sows’ ears. In C. Crawford & C. Salmon (Eds.) Evolutionary psychology: Public
policy and personal decisions, (pp. 319-342). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
69. Krebs, D. L. (2005). An evolutionary reconceptualization of Kohlberg’s model of moral
development. In R. Burgess & K. MacDonald (Eds.) Evolutionary perspectives on human
development, (pp. 243-274). CA: Sage Publications
70. Krebs, D. L. (2005). The evolution of morality. In D. Buss (Ed.) The handbook of evolutionary
psychology, (pp. 747-771). John Wiley & Sons.
71. Krebs, D. L. & Denton, K. (2005). Toward a more pragmatic approach to morality: A critical
evaluation of Kohlberg’s model. Psychological Review, 112, 629-649.
72. Krebs, D. L. & Climenhage, L. J. (2005). The nature and nurture of morality. Evolutionary
Psychology, 3, 133-141.
73. Climenhage, L. J. & Krebs, D. L. (2005). From helping to hand grenades: Setting the bar
for altruism. Evolutionary Psychology, 3, 208-215.
74. Krebs, D. L. (2006). The nature of altruism: Ultimate determinants and proximate
mechanisms. Psychological Inquiry, 17, 48-50.
75. Krebs, D. L., & Denton, K. (2006). Explanatory limitations of cognitive-developmental
approaches to morality. Psychological Review, 113, 672-675.
76. Krebs, D. L. (2007). Understanding evolutionary approaches to human behavior. Human
Development, 50, 286-291.
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77. Krebs, D. L. (2007). Deciphering the Structure of the Moral Sense: A Review of Marc Hauser’s
Moral Minds: How Nature Designed Our Universal Sense of Right and Wrong. Evolution and
Human Behavior, 28, 294-296.
78. Krebs, D. L. (2008). How selfish by nature? In C. Crawford & D.L. Krebs (Eds),
Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology (pp. 293-312). New York: Taylor Francis.
79.
Krebs, D. L. (2008). Morality: An evolutionary account. Perspectives on Psychological
Science, 3, 149-172.
80. Krebs, D. L. & Hemingway, A. (2008). The explanatory power of evolutionary approaches to
human behavior: The case of morality. Psychological Inquiry, 19, 1-4.
81. Krebs, D. L. (2008). The evolution of a sense of justice. In J. Duntley and T. K. Shackelford
(Eds.) Evolutionary Forensic Psychology: Darwinian Foundations of Crime and Law (pp. 230346). New York: Oxford University Press.
82. Krebs, D. L. (2008). Forward. In Strachan, W. Writing-intensive: Becoming W-Faculty in a new
writing curriculum. Utah State University Press.
83. Krebs, D. L., & Denton, K. (2009). Benign folie a deux: The social construction of positive
illusions: Commentary on Mckay & Dennett. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32, 525-526.
84. Krebs, D. L. (2010). Born bad? In H. Hogh-Olesen (Ed.) Human Morality and SocialityEvolutionary & Comparative Perspectives. (13-30). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
85. Krebs, D. L. (2010). Morality. I. Weiner & W. E. Craighead (Eds.) Corsini Encyclopedia of
Psychology (pp. 1021-1023). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
86. Krebs, D. L. (2010). Extending the reach of higher education inside and outside the classroom.
In I. Hay (Ed.). Inspiring Academics. Learning with the World's Great University Teachers (pp.
150-155). London: Open University Press.
87. Denton, K. & Krebs, D. L., (2010) Altruism and leadership. In R. Couto (Ed.). Political and Civic
Leadership (pp. 623-629). Sage Publications.
88. Krebs, D. L. (2011). How altruistic, by nature? In S. L. Brown, M. R. Brown, & L. A. Penner
(Eds.). Self interest and beyond: Toward a new understanding of caregiving (pp. 25-38). New
York: Oxford University Press.
89. Krebs, D. L. (2011). The evolution of a sense of morality. In E. Slingerland and M. Collard (Eds.)
Creating Consilience: Evolution, Cognitive Science, and the Humanities (pp. 299-317). New York:
Oxford University Press.
90. Denton, K. & Krebs, D. L. (2011). Reworking Darwin: The good, the bad, and the ugly of human
psychology and human organizations. Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology, 1, 15-28.
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91. Krebs, D. L. (2011). Review of F. de Waal’s The age of empathy: Nature’s Lessons for a Kinder
Society. Journal of Moral Education, 40, 125-127.
Recent Books
Crawford, C. & Krebs, D. L. (Eds.) (2008). Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology. Taylor Francis
Krebs, D. L. (2011). The Origins of Morality: An Evolutionary Account. Oxford University Press
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