In Wikipedia's article on evolutionary psychology, two of six given key premises of EP are as follows:
Different neural mechanisms are specialized for solving problems in humanity's evolutionary past.
The brain has evolved specialized neural mechanisms that were designed for solving problems that recurred over deep evolutionary time, giving modern humans stone-age minds.
I am neither a professional psychologist nor a professional biologist, but I am very curious as to where I could (preferably in a freely available paper, website, etc.) find a list of the aforementioned "problems in humanity's evolutionary past."
Assuming that Wikipedia's claim that we still have stone-age minds is correct, I would like to know which tasks we performed during the stone age that shape the tasks that we can perform effectively today. For example, did some task of hunter-gatherers (like gathering berries and hoarding them) eventually translate into going grocery shopping at a supermarket and buying 75 items? (I can't think of any better examples, unfortunately.)
Thanks for any help you can provide. I glanced at this page, but couldn't find a good list of EPMs.