Adaptation, Behavior, Culture and Society Research Group
Welcome to the Adaptation, Behavior, Culture and Society research group at Arizona State University.
ABC&S brings together scholars from across the social sciences and biological sciences who share an interest in using evolutionary tools, theories and insights to better understand how and why people behave as we do.
These pages let you explore who's doing what, where, and how you can get involved.
|Aug. 25||Emily Bray, University of Arizona|
|Sept. 8||Anne Pisor, Washington State University|
|Sept. 22||Adrian Bell, University of Utah|
|Oct. 6||Shannon Tushingham, Washington State University|
|Oct. 20||Kris Sabbi, Tufts University|
|Nov. 3||Helen Davis, Harvard University|
|Nov. 17||Karen Lupo, Southern Methodist University|
|Dec. 1||Brian Wood, University of California, Los Angeles|
How and why did human beings evolve to cooperate with unrelated individuals or even strangers?
ASU primatologist continues to find surprises in a chimpanzee stronghold in Uganda
Is the variation in human behavior a result of the environments that we have inhabited or the effect of cultural history and traditions that may have persisted over millennia?