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The evolution of psychopathology

Autor: Todd K Shackelford; Virgil Zeigler-Hill
Editora: Cham : Springer, [2017]
Séries: Evolutionary psychology (Series)
Edição/Formato   e-book : Documento : Publicação de conferência : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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This review of recent evolutionary theories on psychopathology takes on controversies and contradictions both with established psychological thought and within the evolutionary field itself. Opening with the ancestral origins of the familiar biopsychosocial model of psychological conditions, the book traces distinctive biological and cultural pathways shaping human development and their critical impact on  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Congress
Electronic books
Formato Físico Adicional: Print version:
Shackelford, Todd K.
Evolution of Psychopathology.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2017
Tipo de Material: Publicação de conferência, Documento, Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento Recursos de internet, Arquivo de computador
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Todd K Shackelford; Virgil Zeigler-Hill
ISBN: 9783319605760 3319605763
Número OCLC: 1000454017
Notas: Nuances of Social Behavior in Human SA.
Descrição: 1 online resource (233 pages)
Conteúdos: Preface; Contents; Contributors; Evolutionary Foundations of Psychiatric Compared to Nonpsychiatric Disorders; Introduction; General Background; Relevance of Evolutionary Social Sciences for Medicine; An Evolutionary Social Behavioral Sciences Approach to Medical Disorders; Differences in the Evolutionary Biology and Cultural Psychobiology of Medical and Nonmedical Disorders (CMI and CPI); General Considerations; Factors Shaping Biopsychosocial Character of Medical Disorders; Evolutionary Imperatives Shaped Social Environments. Evolutionary Imperatives and Necessities Shaped the Internal Environments of the Genus Homo Architecture and Manufacture of Health Problems and Pathologies; Intra- and Intersystem Connectedness and Effects; Explaining Distal Effects in Proximal Terms; Additional Considerations; Comment; Evolutionary Focus: A Complement to the Categorization Approach in Psychiatry; General Considerations; A Prototype of Evolutionary Impressionability; Conclusions; References. Taking People as They Are: Evolutionary Psychopathology, Uncomplicated Depression, and Distinction between Normal and Disordered Sadness Introduction; Why Is Evolutionary Psychopathology Important?; The Struggle to See Ourselves as We Are: Some Historical Asides; The Challenge of Valid Diagnosis; The Special Challenge of Validly Diagnosing Depressive Disorder; How Do You Tell a Disorder from a Non-disorder? The Harmful Dysfunction Evolution-Based Analysis of the Concept of Medical Disorder; DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Major Depressive Disorder. The Ubiquity and Heterogeneity of DSM-Defined Major Depression Uncomplicated Depression and the Bereavement Exclusion; Objections to the 2007 Study; Recurrence of Depression; Suicide; Generalized Anxiety Disorder as a Predictive Validator of Major Depression; Objections to Prospective Validators; Durational Limit for Uncomplicated Episodes; Conclusion; References; Depression: Is Rumination Really Adaptive?; Introduction; An Illustrative Case of Depressive Rumination; What is Rumination?; The Analytical Rumination Hypothesis; Metacognitive Therapy. Comparing the Analytical Rumination Hypothesis with Metacognitive Therapy Findings from Clinical Trials Implementing Metacognitive Therapy; Process Research: Is the Actual Change Due to the Specified Treatment Model?; Discussion: Is Rumination Adaptive?; Conclusions; References; The Evolution of Social Anxiety; Introduction; The Benefits of Studying SA in Nonhuman Species; Building an Evolutionary Model of Social Anxiety; Clinical Models of SA; Evolutionary Models of SA; Challenges to Existing Evolutionary SA Models; The Reality of Primate Conflict Behavior.
Título da Série: Evolutionary psychology (Series)
Responsabilidade: Todd K. Shackelford, Virgil Zeigler-Hill, editors.

Resumo:

This review of recent evolutionary theories on psychopathology takes on controversies and contradictions both with established psychological thought and within the evolutionary field itself. Opening with the ancestral origins of the familiar biopsychosocial model of psychological conditions, the book traces distinctive biological and cultural pathways shaping human development and their critical impact on psychiatric and medical disorders. Analyses of disparate phenomena such as jealousy, social anxiety, depressive symptoms, and antisocial behavior describe adaptive functions that have far outlasted their usefulness, or that require further study and perhaps new directions for treatment. In addition, the book's compelling explorations of violence, greed, addiction, and suicide challenge us to revisit many of our assumptions regarding what it means to be human. Included in the coverage: · Evolutionary foundations of psychiatric compared to non-psychiatric disorders. · Evolutionary psychopathology, uncomplicated depression, and the distinction between normal and disordered sadness. · Depression: is rumination really adaptive? · A CBT approach to coping with sexual betrayal and the green-eyed monster. · Criminology's modern synthesis: remaking the science of crime with Darwinian insight. · Anthropathology: the abiding malady of the species. With its wealth of interdisciplinary viewpoints, The Evolution of Psychopathology makes an appropriate supplementary text for advanced graduate courses in the evolutionary sciences, particularly in psychology, biology, anthropology, sociology, and philosophy.
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