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Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness

The term Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness (sometimes abbreviated to EEA) is used to describe the environment or environments within which a given species evolved. In particular, it is used to describe the environments within which the human species[?] evolved.

References:

  • Foley, R.A. 1997. "The adaptive legacy of human evolution: A search for the environment of evolutionary adaptedness." Evolutionary Anthropology 4: 194—203.

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