Author

Steve Heigham

Msc in Evolutionary Psychology

In the fields of Evolutionary Psychology and Evolutionary Psychiatry there are a number of influential thinkers, writers and bloggers who are worth checking out, to find what else is developing.
The following are links to websites that may be of interest:

The work of Paul Gilbert on Compassion Focussed Therapy, based on evolutionary principles can be found at:
www.compassionatemind.co.uk
www.mindfulcompassion.com

The work of Steven pinker, one of the foremost proponents of Evolutionary Psychology can be found at:
www.stevenpinker.com

The most influential group carrying forward research and publishing on the subject of evolutionary study in the social sciences in the UK is the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association:

Brunel university runs a research program in Evolutionary Psychology, through the Centre for Culture and Evolutionary psychology, which can be found at:
www.brunel.ac.uk/sss/psychology/research-and-research-centres/ccep

An interesting blog on current affairs, that takes an evolutionary stance on many issues can be found at:-
http://questioneverything.typepad.com/

A detailed description of major changes in Evolutionary theory, including epigenetic mechanisms of inheritance, can be found at:- http://extendedevolutionarysynthesis.com

Information on the Royal College of Psychiatrists ‘ Evolutionary Psychiatry Special Interest Group’ can be found at:- http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk

The ‘Applied Evolutionary Psychology Society’ is an american organisation with conferences and a topical blog, at:-  http://aepsociety.org

An interesting organisation that is promoting research into social and cultural evolution, which also publishes ‘This View Of Life’ online magazine can be found at:- https://evolution-institute.org

An important site for research and publications on Evolutionary Medicine, and Evolutionary Psychiatry can be found at:- www.randolphnesse.com