of prestige economies. Why do people invest more resources in showy displays
of wealth as political systems become more complex? Archaeological field
work in Lake Titicaca region of Peru. Currently: Lecturer at the University
evolutionary psychology of ethnicity. Field work in Mongolia. Phd 2001.
Formerly Assitant Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.
Now investigative journalist.
evolution of group differences, and the evolutionary psychology of prestige.
Subsistence ecology. How do people learn to cope with their environments?
Norms and cooperation, evolution of religion.Field work in Fiji. PhD 2000.
Currently: Canadian Research Professor, Departments of Psychology and
Economics, University of British Columbia.
cooperation, prisoner's dilemma, evolutionary game theory. Fieldwork in
Viet Nam. Now a Postdoctoral researcher, University of Hokkaido
of cooperation; intergroup aggression and warfare in the context of cooperation
in large groups; cultural evolution. Field work in N. Kenya. Currently
postdoctoral researcher at the University of Stockholm. Starting Fall
2012, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, SUNY Stony Brook NY
group categorization. Coalitional and ethnic psychology. Field work in
highland Peru. Currently postdoctoral researcher London School of Hygiene
& Tropical Medicine Population Studies Dept.
reciprocity. Does selection favor doing good to those who do good. Experiments
on reputation and cooperation. Currently teaching at Pomona College. Assistant
Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri
evolution of menopause. Is menopause and adaptation, and if so why? Has
estimated the heritability of age of menopause and the genetic covariation
of ages of menopause and menarche. PhD 1999.
evolutionary psychology of group cooperation.. Do people solve commons
problems, and if so how? Field work among Chaldean communities in Detroit.
PhD 2001. MpH from Havard School of Public Health 2004.
evolutionary psychology of mate choice. Do men modulate their preferences
according to their own mate value, and why do men care so much about physical
attractiveness? Has done extensive survey work with UCLA undergraduates.
PhD 1999: Professor Rio Hondo College