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Evolved This Way: Evolutionary Approaches to Clinical Psychology

Date: 04/22/13
Time: 5:30pm
Audience: Public
Sponsored By: EvoS Program, CAS, EvoS Club
Location: LC102
Contact: Briana Tauber, x2379,

A talk by SUNY New Paltz Alumnus Dan Galss. Dan has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree in Psychology from SUNY New Paltz. His main area of interest is evolutionary perspectives on clinical psychology. He is the editorial assistant to the Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology and a project leader on The Taxonomy of Evolved Psychological Adaptations. Currently, he is working as a part-time psychology instructor at UMass Boston.

Evolved This Way: Evolutionary Approaches to Clinical Psychology
While evolutionary perspectives have been elucidating almost every area within psychology over the last several decades, clinical psychology has been, in some ways, one of the most difficult domains for evolution to break into. This talk will discuss some of the ways evolutionary psychology can illuminate the way we understand, classify, and treatment mental disorders.