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Media exposure, author appearances and reviews: Barash is the author of over 20 books, including most recently, Natural Selections (Bellevue Literary Press), The Survival Game (Times Books) and Madame Bovary's Ovaries (Delacorte)--and more than 200 articles. He has had many editorials published by the LA Times and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and is a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education. He has vast experience with radio and print media across the country. The media response to "The Myth of Monogamy" was dramatic: fascination mixed with outrage from some; and a need for vindication from others: especially conservatives such as Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity. The authors did dozens of radio and television interviews, including appearences on the Today Show, Bill O'Reilly, Hannity and Coombs, a multipage spread in People magazine, and a "Question For" segment in The New York Times Sunday Magazine, among others. Since "The Myth of Monogamy" clearly touched a nerve and the controversy managed to attract so much media attention it is clear that a follow up to their own book would also attract a lot of attention from similar sources.

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David Barash, professor of psychology at the University of Washington, is the author of over 20 books (among them Natural Selections, The Myth of Monogamy and Madame Bovary's Ovaries) and over 200 articles. One of the earliest proponents of "sociobiology" in the 1970s, now know as "evolutionary psychology" or "evolutionary biology," he remains among its most articulate popularizers. Judith E Lipton earned her MD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She met David Barash in 1975, in Seattle, Washington, and they were married in 1977. Her collaboration with Dr. Barash led to a shift in focus, to evolutionary psychiatry. Together they have published 6 books including "The Myth of Monogamy" and "Gender Gap."

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