Evolutionary theory is a theory that incorporates both evolution and sociology and looks for trends in behaviors. Evolutionary theory also refers to the theory of sexuality asserting that the sex drive has been shaped by natural selection and that its forms thus tend to be innate.

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Evolutionary Psychology is the the study of the evolution of behavior using principles of natural selection. . . . Read More
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