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.
Events are held on Wednesday from 12 to 1:15 p.m. in WCPH 209 (unless otherwise noted). View a map and directions.
Refreshments and light snacks are served.
|Sept. 6||Mark Moffett, National Museum of Natural History||
Living with Strangers: How anonymity makes huge societies possible inhumans and a few other animals
|Sept. 20||Sven Kasser, University of St. Andrews||Beating a dead cow: Re-envisioning an empirical science of gene-culture coevolution (beyond classic examples)|
|Oct. 4||Justin Pargeter, New York University||
Understanding the human technological niche: Experimental methods and evolutionary implications
|Oct. 11||Hyowon Gweon, Standford University|
|Nov. 8||Amanda Seed, University of St. Andrews|