As part of our recent study on Cross-country relationships between life expectancy, intertemporal choice and age at first birth, my colleague Adam Bulley and I used data from the International Test of Risk Attitudes (INTRA) survey, by Wang, Rieger & Hens … Continue reading
I failed to include the video of my own talk in my recent post about the inaugural meeting of the International Society for Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health. Here it is.
Applied Evolutionary Anthropology: Darwinian Approaches to Contemporary World Issues
This book has been published as the first of a series, Advances in the Evolutionary Analysis of Human Behaviour, edited by Rebecca Sear. The series is intended “to promote the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association tenets of rigour, integration and pluralism by producing a series of methodologically rigorous books with a pluralistic theme in the human behavioral sciences.”
Chapter 10, Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Behaviour: An Evolutionary Perspective.
Being there: a brief visit to a neighbourhood induces the social attitudes of that neighbourhood
Here is a video of one my recent talks as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science event, “Using social sciences to tackle the toxicity of urban life”. The video just gives footage of me talking, so you will need to download the slides as a PDF here: beingtherepresentationslides.pdf.
The publication associated with this presentation can be found at: https://peerj.com/articles/236/