To bring into focus how organisms’ structures conform to changing environments, evolutionary psychology has been found to be quite significant. Since evolutionary psychology explores various features of the nervous system, mainly for human beings, and how it facilitates adaptations to changing environmental conditions. Since the functionality of all body structures are virtually controlled by the mind, the process of evolution by natural selection has been found to be largely embedded on evolutionary psychology. According to Confer et al (2010), a detailed analysis of the structural composition of human body has resulted into deeper understanding of the purpose of each body tissue and its purposes. The science of evolutionary psychology was founded on Darwin’s theory of natural selection back in the year 1859. As a result of problems in the environment, psychological adaptations are considered to have evolved to counter the danger associated with such problems (Buss, 2009). For instance, phobias are considered as psychological adaptations associated with environmental dangers. As a result of these problems, adaptive features are usually developed by organisms as solutions to these problems.