Lionel Tiger, the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, is no stranger to controversy. He has made a career out of "telling it like he sees it" when he ventures to describe the biological roots of human social behavior. In his Big Think interview, Tiger suggests that the recent Great Recession was caused in part by innate male aggression. People get religion, he argues, because at a neurochemical level, believing in God makes them feel good. He is suspicious of drugs like Ritalin because they essentially work to make male behavior more female-like. He also calls for the establishment of "Male Studies" as an academic discipline.