Born in 1911 in Cincinnati, Rule has focused the greater part of his career trying to establish a theory of human behavior that explains why we do what we do. His study of primates has led him to contend that they offer more clues about human motivation than we acknowledge. His favorite thesis: the female has had a greater role in human evolution than the male. Readers won't encounter this wisdom early. Rule's autobiography begins with the horse and buggy and continues through space travel, two world wars, the Cold War, the H-bomb, and Vietnam. He describes poignantly the childhood rejections and his devil-may-care misadventures before a chance encounter sets him on course to Johns Hopkins Medical School.
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Book Description Beckham Publications Group, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110931761751