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Darwinian psychiatry is an area of Darwinian medicine that brings an evolutionary perspective to bear in psychiatry. It is a field with related interests to evolutionary psychology, focusing as it does on the evolutionary significance of psychiatric symptoms and behaviours.







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  • McGuire, M. and Troisi,A. (1998} Darwiniam Psychiatry. New York: Oxford University Press,

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  • McGuire, M. and Troisi,A.(2002)Darwinian psychiatry and the concept of

mental disorder. Neuroendocrinology Letters 23(suppl 4) :31–38

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