Evolutionary-psychology meaning

The branch of psychology in which aspects of brain structure, cognition, and behavior are interpreted as evolutionary adaptations to the physical or social environment.
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The study of human behavior in relation to the theory that mental functions, as perception, memory, and the capacity for language, are the result of natural selection.
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The branch of psychology in which aspects of brain structure, cognition, and behavior are interpreted as evolutionary adaptations to the physical or social environment.
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(psychology) A theoretical approach to psychology that attempts to explain mental and psychological traits"”such as memory, perception, or language"”as adaptations, that is, as the functional products of natural selection.
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