An Evolutionary Psychology of Leader-follower Relations
The purpose of the book is to summarise recent advances in our understanding of leader-follower interactions and to illustrate these principles with the lives of ancient political and military leaders from Greece and Rome. The authors review psychologic, cognitive neuroscientific and evolutionary approaches to leader-follower dynamics and illustrate these dynamics as they played out in the lives of the most eminent of the military and political leaders of the classical world. The authors summarise what is known about leader-follower relations by reviewing all extant papers on the topic in the psychology, neuroscientific and evolutionary psychology literature. The material for this book came from Plutarch's compendium of 42 biographies of Greek and Roman leaders.
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Página 4 - IT was for the sake of others that I first commenced writing biographies; but I find myself proceeding and attaching myself to it for my own ; the virtues of these great men serving me as a sort of looking-glass, in which I may see how to adjust and adorn my own life.