Conway III and Schaller (2002, p. 153) argue that "There is a long history of lodging charges of non-falsifiability against evolutionary thinking in the biological sciences". One of the critics they refer to, is Karl Popper.
Can anyone cite examples of empirical studies that falsify propositions (hypotheses, explanations etc.) rooted in evolutionary psychology, in order to argue against Conway III and Schaller (2002)?
Conway III, L. G., & Schaller, M. (2002). On the verifiability of evolutionary psychological theories: An analysis of the psychology of scientific persuasion. Personality and social psychology review, 6(2), 152-166. Link to the article: http://neuron4.psych.ubc.ca/~schaller/528Readings/ConwaySchaller2002.pdf, retrieved 2017, Apr. 11