Welcome to the Evolutionary SIG conference.
- Visit the Evolutionary SIG webpage for more information
- View the contents page of Evolutionary Psychiatry: Evolutionary perspectives on Mental Health (PDF)
Conference booklet and programme
- The conference booklet is available to download (PDF)
- The conference programme is available to download (PDF)
This conference is eligible for up to six CPD hours, subject to peer group approval.
Certificates of attendance will be emailed to delegates after the conference (w/c 1/11).
Watch on demand
Once the conference has taken place live, you will receive links to watch the conference sessions on demand (w/c 1/11). To access the recordings you will be required to enter your name, email address and a password. This is unique to you as a registered delegate so please do not share the recording links.
You will be able to access this material for 2 months. These recordings will expire on Wednesday 29 December 2021.
Please complete this short feedback survey to let us know what you thought of the day.
All comments received remain confidential and are viewed in an effort to improve future meetings.
Copies of the PowerPoint presentations will be made available to view here after the conference by kind permission of the presenters.
All presentations remain the intellectual property of the author and it is strictly prohibited to copy, distribute or reproduce any information, images or data included in these presentations without the prior written consent of the author.
If a presentation is not listed, it is because we have not received permission from the author. This page will be updated if further presentations are received.
- Dr Daniela Sieff, Maternal negativity and child maltreatment: How evolutionary perspectives might contribute to a more layered and compassionate understanding
- Professor Jonathan Hill, Sex-Differences in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology: A Test of Evolutionary Hypotheses
- Professor Paul Gilbert, An Evolutionary Approach to Compassion: Understanding, Misunderstanding and Therapeutic Uses
- Professor Randolph Nesse, Why anxiety is usually normal but useless: Clinically crucial knowledge
- Presentation by Matt Butler winner of the 2021 Charles Darwin Essay Prize for speciality trainees: Resignation Syndrome - An Evolutionary Perspective