is curious to extend the medical discipline of psychiatry
(including knowledge/narratives of the mind, pharmaceuticals, therapeutic approaches, etc.)
to include knowledge based on evolutionary biology
(esp. human, and all species)
as well as, especially,
(eg 376 species of higher primates, most without language).
New, wiki here at WUaS
World University Medical School: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University_Medical_School
(... and, in its knowledge orientation to helping people with mental illness, informed by nontheistic Friendliness?)
I think there's a dearth of focus in psychiatry from these knowledge-spheres, but please add resources to further this conversation ...
In what ways could WUaS contribute a bliss focus (how to elicit this neurophysiology?) to the medical discipline of psychiatry, as well?
By 'non-theistically Friendly,' I tend to mean biological and sociocultural, with a touch of serendipity and synchronicity, and emerging out of Silent Meeting (& Quaker discourse) as a kind of de facto group relaxation response with a specific history, for us as human primates, - ideas relatively underexplored (by us as) nontheistic Friends. 'Non-theism' as biology and culture might bring us somehow into conversation with, for example, those peoples in Herzog's recent film 'Cave of Forgotten Dreams' who lived and made cave art 30,000-40,000 years ago in what is now the south of France.
World University's beginnings of Medical School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University_Medical_School - are growing, with new, wiki, Psychiatry Subject page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Psychiatry - and much innovation in research and clinical practice online ahead ...
First class of matriculating Medical Students potentially in 2017
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/06/phoenix-islands-kiribati-extend-medical.html - June 22, 2011)