Papers on evolutionary psychiatry

47. Price, J.S. (1967) Hypothesis: the dominance hierarchy and the evolution of mental illness. Lancet, 2, 243-246.

46.Price, J.S. (1968) Genetics of the affective illnesses. Hospital Medicine, July, 1172-1179.

45. Price, J.S. (1969) The ritualisation of agonistic behaviour as a determinant of variation along the neuroticism/stability dimension of personality. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 62, 1107-1111.

44. Slater E, Hare EH, Price JS (1971) Marriage and fertility of psychiatric patients compared with national data. Social Biology, 18, Suppl. S60-S73.

43. Price, J.S. (1972) Genetic and phylogenetic aspects of mood variation. International Journal of Mental Health, 1, 124-144.

42. Price JS, Burton JL, Shuster S, Wolff K. (1976) Control of scrotal colour in the vervet monkey. Journal of Medical Primatology , 5, 296-304.

41. Price, J.S. & Sloman, L. (1987) Depression as yielding behavior: an animal model based on Schjelderup-Ebbe's pecking order. Ethology and Sociobiology, 8 , 85S-98S.

39. Sloman, L. & Price, J.S. (1987) Losing behavior (yielding subroutine) and human depression: proximate and selective mechanisms. Ethology and Sociobiology, 8, 99(S)-109(S).

38. Sloman, L., Gardner, R. & Price, J.S. (1989) Biology of family systems and mood disorders. Family Process, 28, 387-398.

37. Price, J.S. (1991) Homeostasis or change? A systems theory approach to depression. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 64, 331-344.

36. Price, J.S. (1992) The agonic and hedonic modes: definition, usage, and the promotion of mental health. World Futures, 35, 87-115.

35. Price, J.S., Sloman, L., Gardner, R., Gilbert, P. & Rohde, P. (1994) The social competition hypothesis of depression. British Journal of Psychiatry, 1 n64, 309-135. Reprinted in: The Maladapted Mind: Classic Readings in Evolutionary Psychopathology ed. S. Baron-Cohen, 1997. Hove: Psychology Press, Pp. 241-253.

34. Sloman L, Price J, Gilbert P & Gardner R (1994) Adaptive function of depression: psychotherapeutic implications. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 401-414.

33. Price, J.S. (1995) The Westermarck trap: a possible factor in the creation of Frankenstein. Ethology and Sociobiology, 16, 349-353.

32., J.S. (1995) A remembrance of Thorleif Schjelderup-Ebbe. Human Ethology Bulletin, 10 (1), 1-6.

31. Gilbert P, Price J & Allan S (1995) Social comparison, social attractiveness and evolution: how might they be related? New Ideas in Psychology: An International Journal of Innovative Theory in Psychology, 13, 149-165.

30. Price, J.S. & Gardner, R. (1995) The paradoxical power of the depressed patient: a problem for the ranking theory of depression. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 68, 193-206.

29. Price, J.S. & Gardner, R. (1995) Humans are superhuman animals: a reply to commentaries by J. Birtchnell and P.Gilbert. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 68, 217-222.

28. Price J.S. (1996) In defence of group selectionism. ESS newsletter (October).

27. Price, J.S. & Stevens, A. (1998) The human male socialisation strategy set: cooperation, defection, individualism, and schizotypy. Evolution and Human Behavior, 19, 58-70.

26. Price, J.S. (1998) The adaptive function of mood change. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 71, 465-477.

25. Price, J.S. (2003) Evolutionary aspects of anxiety disorders. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 5 (3), 223-236.

24. Price JS, Gardner R, Erickson M. (2004) Can depression, anxiety and somatisation be seen as appeasement displays? Journal of Affective Disorders, 79, 1-11.

23. Sloman L, Farvolden P, Gilbert P, Price J (2006) The interactive functioning of anxiety and depression in agonistic encounters and reconciliation. Journal of Affective Disorders, 90, 93-99.

22. Price, J.S. (2006) Behavioral ecology as a basic science for evolutionary psychiatry. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (invited commentary) 29, 420-421.

21. Wilson, D.R. & Price, J.S. (2006) Evolutionary Epidemiology of Endophenotypes in the Bipolar Spectrum: Evolved Neuropsychological Mechanisms of Social Rank. Current Psychosis and Therapeutics Reports, 4 (4), 176-180.

20. Price, J.S. (2007) Comments on “Darwinian models of depression: A review of evolutionary accounts of mood and mood disorders” by Nicholas B. Allen, Paul B.T. Badcock, in: Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 30 (5) (2006) 815-826. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 31, 584-585 (2007).

19. Cantor, C. & Price, J.S. (2007) Traumatic entrapment, appeasement and complex PTSD: evolutionary perspectives of hostage reactions, domestic abuse and the Stockhlom Syndrome. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 41, 377-384.

18. Price, J.S., Gardner, R. Jr., Wilson, D.R., Sloman, L., Rohde, P., and Erickson, M. (2007). Territory, rank and mental health: The history of an idea. Evolutionary Psychology, 5(3): 531-554.

*17. Price, J.S. (2008) Severe depression can be conceptualised as ritualized death or physical incapacity. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 2008, 3:8 (Comment on "Depression in an evolutionary context" by Lewis Wolpert) No pdf available

16. Price, J.S. (2009) Darwinian Dynamics of Depression. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, 11, 1-9.

15. Price, J.S., Gardner, Jr, R. Does submission to a deity relieve depression? Illustrations from the Book of Job and the Bhagavad Gita. Philosophical Papers and Reviews, July 2009

*14. Price, J.S. (2010) The culture of religious belief systems and changes of belief system. Politics and Culture. April 29. Part of a symposium edited by Joseph Carroll.

13. Sloman L, Sturman E, Price JS. (2011) Winning and Losing: An Evolutionary Approach to Mood Disorders and their Therapy. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 56, 324-332.

12. Brüne M, Belsky J, Fabrega H, Feierman JR, Gilbert P, Glantz K, Polimeni J, Price JS, Sanjuan J, Sullivan R, Troisi A, Wilson DR (2012). The crisis of psychiatry – insights and prospects from evolutionary theory. World Psychiatry, 11 (1), 55-58.