A workbook and study guide to help develop practice in the area of home visiting people at risk of addiction, antisocial and offending behaviour. The work book contains a series of questions to guide practitioners through reflecting and developing their home visiting practice. The guide has been developed from a literature review in the field of home visiting in a variety of professions and community organisations and a piece of primary research with a group of probation clients and practitioners.
Human genetics has changed little over the past 20,000 years, but human economic behaviour has changed a lot. These changes are probably due to human cultural evolution. But studies of human hunter-gatherers, and of a variety of other animal species, show that their micro-economic behaviour is much the same. Whereas the standard economic analysis focuses on money, the biological approach brings time and energy into the analysis. Moreover, humans and other animals tested under laboratory conditions do not exhibit the complexity of the results of field studies. In other words, results obtained in the real world are not the same as those obtained in the laboratory.
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