Essays in Cultural Neuroscience showcases scholarly work over a wide range of areas taking a cultural neuroscientific approach. The series is designed to highlight foundations of the fields for interdisciplinary discovery that contribute to our understanding of the neurobiological bases of culture and the mutual construction of culture and neurobiology across evolutionary and developmental timescales. Themes and topics in cultural neuroscience may include a range of cross-disciplinary perspectives, including ethical, scientific and philosophical issues related to the study of the neurobiological bases of cultural processes. Books are designed to examine the systematic study of theoretical principles, methodological approaches and empirical paradigms in the fields, including developmental and evolutionary perspectives. This is fasincating reading for students, researchers, and academics across a range of disciplines including psychology, neuroscience, cultural studies, sociology and the social sciences more generally.