Evolutionary developmental psychology.

@article{King2000EvolutionaryDP,
  title={Evolutionary developmental psychology.},
  author={Ashley C. King and David F. Bjorklund},
  journal={Psicothema},
  year={2000},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={
          22-7
        }
}
The field of evolutionary developmental psychology can potentially broaden the horizons of mainstream evolutionary psychology by combining the principles of Darwinian evolution by natural selection with the study of human development, focusing on the epigenetic effects that occur between humans and their environment in a way that attempts to explain how evolved psychological mechanisms become expressed in the phenotypes of adults. An evolutionary developmental perspective includes an… CONTINUE READING

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