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- Introduction Why philosophers of psychiatry should care about evolutionary theoryAndreas De Block and Pieter R. Adriaens
- Chapter 1 Fearing new dangers: phobias and the cognitive complexity of human emotionsLuc Faucher and Isabelle Blanchette
- Chapter 2 Sexual imprinting and fetishism: an evolutionary hypothesisHanna Aronsson
- Chapter 3 Developmental disorders and cognitive architectureEdouard Machery
- Chapter 4 On the role of ethology in clinical psychiatry: what do ontogenetic and causal factors tell us about ultimate explanations of depression?Erwin Geerts† and Martin Brüne
- Chapter 5 Darwin, functional explanation, and the philosophy of psychiatryJerome C. Wakefield
- Chapter 6 Evolutionary foundations for psychiatric diagnosis: making DSM-V valid
Randolph M. Nesse and Eric D. Jackson
- Chapter 7 Normality, disorder, and evolved function: the case of depressionDaniel Nettle
- Chapter 8 Function, dysfunction, and adaptation?Kelly Roe and Dominic Murphy
- Chapter 9 Mirroring the mind: on empathy and autismFarah Focquaert and Johan Braeckman
- Chapter 10 The role of mood change in defining relationships: a tribute to Gregory Bateson (1904–1980)John Price
- Chapter 11 From “evolved interpersonal relatedness” to “costly social alienation:” an evolutionary neurophilosophy of schizophreniaJonathan Burns