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2/1/2016 13:13:31CristinaAcedo CarmonaUniversity of the Balearic IslandsDepartment of Psychology
Evolution of sociality; evolution of cooperation; trust; evolutionary Anthropology; evolutionary Psychology; prosociality;social cohesion; experimental games; social networks
http://evocog.org/es/
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7/19/2016 3:02:41RebeccaAckermannUniversity of Cape Town
Human Evolution Research Institute; Department of Archaeology
palaeoanthropology; cranial evolution; evolutionary theory and process; hybridization; genetic drift
http://www.archaeology.uct.ac.za/age/faculty-and-staff/rebecca-rogers-ackermann
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AthenaAktipisArizona State UniversityPsychologycooperation theorist, theoretical evolutionary biologist, and cancer biologist who now works at the intersection of these fields
http://www.athenaaktipis.com/Home.html
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SusanAlbertsDuke UniversityBiologyAmboseli Baboon project, kin relationships and recognition, fighting ability and dominance rank
http://sites.biology.duke.edu/albertslab/
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JeanneAltmanPrinceton UniversityEcology & Evolutionary Biologysocial behavior of baboons, primate behavioral ecology
https://www.princeton.edu/~altlab/
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AlexAlvergneOxfordAnthropologytransmission of health behavior
https://www.isca.ox.ac.uk/about-us/staff/academic/dr-alex-alvergne/
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5/25/2016 10:18:50AndreaAlveshereWestern Illinois UniversityAnthropology and Chemistry
Anthropological and forensic genetics, biochemistry, and toxicology; ancient DNA; taphonomy; environment, diet, evolution, and genetic disease; bioarchaeology; histamine; neurofibromatosis; NF1
http://www.wiu.edu/cas/sociology/faculty/alveshere.php
@AndreaAlveshere
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8/20/2016 7:53:49DorsaAmirYale UniversityAnthropologyevolution of human behavior, developmental psychology, behavioral ecology
www.dorsaamir.com
DorsaAmir
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7/19/2016 3:04:33SusanAntonNYUDepartment of AnthropologyPalaeoanthropology; evolution of Homo
http://anthropology.as.nyu.edu/object/susananton.html
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CorenApicellaUniversity of PennsylvaniaPsychologyeconomic preferences and biases, social behavior and cooperation, mating and attraction
http://corenapicella.com/
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1/28/2016 12:59:52KellyAsaoThe University of Texas at AustinPsychology
morality, sexual morality, sex differences, norms, cross cultural norms, moral judgments, moral decision making, individuals differences in morality
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5/25/2016 11:36:42NadiaAubin-HorthUniversite LavalBiologieEvolution of behaviour in fishes, proximal mechanisms, neuroendocrinology, genomics
http://wikiaubinhorth.ibis.ulaval.ca/Main_Page
@naubinhorth
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7/17/2016 17:59:03SharaBaileyNew York universityAnthropologyPaleoanthropology, Dental Anthropology
http://csho.as.nyu.edu/object/sharabailey.html
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ReneeBaillargeonUniversity of IllinoisPsychologyearly causal reasoning in four core domains: physical reasoning, psychological reasoning, biological reasoning, and sociomoral reasoning
http://www.psychology.illinois.edu/people/rbaillar
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1/27/2016 19:11:41KimBardUniversity of PortsmouthPsychologydevelopment, socio-emotional communication, great apes
http://www.port.ac.uk/department-of-psychology/staff/prof-kim-bard.html
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7/7/2016 12:53:20JessieBarkerAarhus University, Denmark
Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies
Evolution of cooperation (particularly cooperation and competition within and between groups), behavioral ecology of humans and social insects
http://aias.au.dk/aias-fellows/jessica-barker/
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5/25/2016 8:26:13LindsayBaroneCold Spring Harbor LaboratoryDNA Learning Center
Evolution/creationism controversy, evolution in museums, creationism in American museums.
@LindsayBarone
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2/22/2016 11:42:07LouiseBarrettUniversity of LethbridgePsychology
primate behaviour and evolution, embodied cognitive science, human behavioural ecology
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3098948/B-HWEB/index.html
@storiesofyrlife
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7/18/2016 10:29:22AmyBauernfeindWashington UniversityAnthropology; NeuroscienceHuman brain evolution, primate
www.bauernfeindlab.com
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NoemieBeckerLMU MunichEvolutionary Biologystatistical genetics, African "pygmy" populations
http://www.evol.bio.lmu.de/people/group_metzler1/becker/index.html
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JacintaBeehnerUniversity of MichiganAnthropology & Psychologysexual selection, reproductive strategies, hormonal signals, gelada baboons
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/jacinta.beehner/home
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5/25/2016 13:56:26Isabel BehnckeOxford University
Social & Evolutionary Neuroscience Reserach Group, Exp. Psych.
social behaviour & evolution, bonobos, play behaviour, laughter, positive emotion, social complexity, social networks, bonding, creativity, adaptability, life history, plasticity, trust, time and energy budgets, socio-ecology, behavioural ecology, human evolution
http://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/team/isabel-behncke-izquierdo
https://www.ted.com/profiles/725540
@IsabelBehncke
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5/24/2016 19:05:37KayBehrensmeyer
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
Curator and Senior Scientist, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History
Taphonomy, paleoecology, vertebrate evolution, sedimentology, human evolution
http://paleobiology.si.edu/staff/individuals/behrensmeyer.html
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Elisa BeinenstockArizona State UniversityCollege of Public Service & Community Solutionsresearch and applied mathematical and computational social science, game theory, social network analysis, statistics, agent-based modeling
https://publicservice.asu.edu/content/elisa-bienenstock
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ColetteBerbesqueU of Roehampton (UK)Life SciencesHBE, Hadza, cooperation, diet, hierarchy
http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/staff/Colette-Berbesque/
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5/25/2016 13:51:20CarolineBettridgeManchester Metropolitan UniversityBiology and Conservation Ecology
primate behavioural ecology; nocturnal primates; primate and human evolution; large mammal sociality
http://www.sste.mmu.ac.uk/staff/staffbiog/default.asp?StaffID=832
@CMBettridge
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LauraBetzign/an/adespotism and democracy in history, darwinian view of history
http://laurabetzig.org/
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5/25/2016 7:23:59AbigailBighamUniversity of MichiganAnthropology
Natural Selection, High Altitude adaptation, humun evolution and adaptation, infectious disease, population genetics
1085 S. University Ave.
421 West Hall- Anthropology
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7/17/2016 9:54:45LauraBishopLiverpool John Moores University
School of Natural Sciences and Psychology
Oldowan hominin behaviour and palaeoecology
https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/staff-profiles/faculty-of-science/natural-sciences-and-psychology/laura-bishop
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1/27/2016 13:45:35CandaceBlackUniversity of ArizonaPsychology
Life history theory, life history strategies, fast/slow, K, human development, child development, early adversity, childhood, adolescence, pubertal timing, female mate choices, fertility research, menstrual cycle studies, parental investment, sexual selection, MHC research, physical health, sexual health, teaching, education, higher learning, meta-science, philosophy of science, epistemology, statistics, methodology
http://u.arizona.edu/~cjblack/
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5/26/2016 5:49:40BronwynBleakleyStonehill CollegeBiology
evolutionary genetics, behavioral ecology, cooperation, social behavior, indirect genetic effects
http://www.smallcheerfulcreatures.org/
@bhbleakley
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RebeccaBliege-BirdPennsylvania State UniversityAnthropologysocioecology of subsistence: individual decision-making and the aggregate effects on habitat structure
https://anthpsuhendylab.squarespace.com/rebecca-bliege-bird-1/
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5/25/2016 18:34:52SarahBodbyl RoelsMichigan State University
Integrative Biology, Kellogg Biological Station, Teacher Education
Mating system evolution, plant-pollinator mutualisms, science communication, K-12 education, science-faith dialogue
bodbyl.com@scheetah
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1/27/2016 19:27:38AmyBoddyArizona State UniversityPsychology evolution, life history theory, human health and disease
www.amyboddy.com
@amy_boddy
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5/25/2016 12:54:56LyndaBoothroydDurham UniversityPsychology
Mate choice, masculinity, dimorphism, BMI, culture, physical attraction, body image, aggression, sexual selection, father absence
Www.boothlab.org#drboothroyd
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MoniqueBorgergoff-MulderUC DavisAnthropologylife history, conservation, and global patterns of cultural variation
http://anthropology.ucdavis.edu/people/fzborger
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LeraBoroditskyUC San DiegoCognitive Sciencelanguage and cognition
http://lera.ucsd.edu/
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8/18/2016 12:43:34JuliaBoughnerUniversity of SaskatchewanDept. of Anatomy & Cell Biology
Evolutionary Developmental Anthropology
Craniodental morphogenesis/macroevolution in Primates
Gene expression and genetic studies using experimental animal models
https://medicine.usask.ca/profiles/anatomy-and-cell-biology/boughner,-julia.php
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BrendaBradleyGeorge Washington UniversityAnthropologyEvolutionary genomics, molecular anthropology, comparative primate genomics, molecular ecology, population genetics, sensory ecology, pigmentation, color vision, evolution of hair. Species studied: humans, gorillas, lemurs
http://anthropology.columbian.gwu.edu/brenda-bradley
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5/25/2016 19:17:13JessicaBrinkworth
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Anthropology
Evolutionary Immunology, Innate immune function, primate evolution, genomics, severe infections, evolutionary medicine, human evolution.
www.jfbrinkworth.com
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TanyaBroeschSimon Fraser UniversityPsychologysocialization practices and non-verbal communicative behavior across cultures
http://members.psyc.sfu.ca/broesch
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SarahBrosnanGeorgia State UniversityPsychologycomplex social behavior and cognition: cooperation, reciprocity, inequity, and other economic decisions in nonhuman primates from an evolutionary perspective
http://www.sarah-brosnan.com/
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MichelleBrownUC-Santa BarbaraAnthropologyprimate behavioral ecology, evolution of social systems, competition and cooperation, evolutionary game theory, behavioral endocrinology
http://www.anth.ucsb.edu/people/michelle-brown
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1/29/2016 4:41:27JoannaBryson BathComputer Science
Behavioural ecology of human communication, cognition, cooperation. Artificial intelligence. Social simulation. Evolution of religion.
http://www.cs.bath.ac.uk/~jjb/
@j2bryson
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DaphnaBuchsbaumUniversity of TorontoPsychologydevelopment and origins of social cognition - how children, adults and animals understand and learn from others' behavior
http://cocodev.psych.utoronto.ca/
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NancyBurleyUniversity of California IrvineEcology & Evolutionary Biologysexual selection, social organization and communication, zebra finches
http://www.burleylab.org/
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5/25/2016 19:49:29Stephanie CalceUniversity of Victoria Biological Anthropologist
scalce79.wix.com › stephaniecalce
Count_Scapula
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5/27/2016 15:23:16AnnCaldwellUniversity of Colorado
Anschutz Health and Wellness Center
life history theory, health, exercise, physical activity, sedentary behavior
www.unm.edu/~anncwell
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AnneCampbellDurham UniversityPsychologysex differences in aggression with special emphasis upon female aggression
https://www.dur.ac.uk/psychology/staff/?id=572
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2/1/2016 18:10:44StephanieCantuUniversity of St. ThomasPsychology
Ovulatory effects, persuasion and influence, marketing and consumer behavior, intimate relationships, human mating, food consumption and diet
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SusanCareyHarvard UniversityPsychologycognitive development, core concepts, category concepts
https://software.rc.fas.harvard.edu/lds/research/carey/susan-carey/
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C. SueCarterUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoBiology, Director of The Kinsey Instituteneuroendocrinology of mammalian social behavior
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Ev3qjxwAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
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EricaCartmillUCLAAnthropologythe acquisition and evolution of human language
http://www.anthro.ucla.edu/faculty/erica-cartmill
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2/2/2016 7:58:08Charleen "Charlie"CaseNorthwestern UniversityKellogg School of Management
social status, power; intragroup competition; coalition-formation and cooperation; behavioral endocrinology
Forthcomingcharleenrcase
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ElizabethCashdanUniversity of UtahAnthropologysex differences in mobility, navigation, and spatial cognition
https://faculty.utah.edu/u0034868-ELIZABETH_CASHDAN/research/index.hml
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5/25/2016 13:01:37MelanieChangPortland State UniversityAnthropology
systematics, Homo, evolution, Neandertals, Neanderthals, phylogenetic tests of adaptational hypotheses, reflexive anthropology, feminist anthropology, science communication and writing, public outreach
https://www.pdx.edu/profile/dr-melanie-chang
http://tedxinnovations.ted.com/2015/02/09/spotlight-tedx-talk-how-what-we-know-about-early-humans-has-changed-a-lot/
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KateClancyUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignAnthropologyhuman reproductive ecology, women's health, endometrial function, evolutionary medicine
http://lee-anthro.blogspot.com/
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5/26/2016 17:15:22Valerie C.ClarkStony Brook UniversityEcology and Evolutionecology and evolution of chemical defense and communication
http://frogchemistry.com/clarkPUBLICATIONS.html
@valeriecclark
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5/25/2016 11:24:47TaraClarke
Duke University & Lemur Love, Inc.
Evolutionary Anthropology
Primate behavioral ecology, evolution, conservation, and population/conservation genetics
http://lemurgirlclarke.wix.com/taraclarke
http://www.lemurlove.org/
@lemurgrl
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NicolaClaytonUniversity of CambridgePsychologycomparative cognition, mental time travel, cognitive development
http://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/directory/nicola-clayton
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2/9/2016 10:01:34JenniferCleggThe University of Texas at AustinPsychologyCross-cultural psychology, developmental psychology
www.jennifermclegg.com
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5/25/2016 11:18:33EmmaCohenUniversity of Oxford
Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology
social bonding and cooperation in humans; collective movement and exercise; social support, health and wellbeing
http://staff.anthro.ox.ac.uk/cohen-emma/
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EmmaCohenWadham CollegeInstitute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropologyevolution and cognition of human cooperation and social bonding
https://www.wadham.ox.ac.uk/people/fellows-and-academic-staff/c/emma-cohen
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1/27/2016 20:21:59ErinColbert-WhiteUniversity of Puget SoundPsychologyAnimal Cognition; Origins of Language; Language-Like Behavior by Nonhumans
http://www.pugetsound.edu/faculty-pages/ecolbertwhite
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HeidiColleranInstitute for Advanced Study in ToulouseSchool of Economicsreproductive decision-making, social networks
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Heidi_Colleran
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5/25/2016 18:31:03KimberlyCongdonTouro University NevadaBasic Sciences Departmentarboreality, primate locomotion, anatomy, morphology, hands, feet@kimpressionable
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LedaCosmidesUniversity of California Santa BarbaraPsychological and Brain Sciencesevolutionary psychology, cooperation, coalitional psychology, statistical reasoning, visual attention, incest avoidance, threat interpretation, multiple memory systems, friendship, predator-prey reasoning
https://www.psych.ucsb.edu/people/faculty/cosmides
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AlyssaCrittendenUniversity of Nevada, Las VegasAnthropologyHadza, human diet, evolution of childhood
https://sites.google.com/site/alyssacrittenden/
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MegCrofootUC DavisAnthropologyevolution of complex social systems, how group behaviors emerge from interactions among individuals, how group traits impact individual fitness.
http://crofoot.ucdavis.edu/
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5/24/2016 19:32:42HelenaCroninLondon School of Economics
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS)
Darwinism; animal behaviour; evolution; feminism; human behaviour; human evolution; human nature; sex differences; sexual selection
http://www.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/Experts/profile.aspx?KeyValue=h.cronin@lse.ac.uk
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1/29/2016 12:29:43DeniseCummins
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Psychology and Philosophy
Evolutionary cognitive psychology, evolutionary developmental psychology, comparative social cognition

The aim of this research is investigating and explaining characteristics of higher cognition that emerge early in development, persist into adulthood, and are prefigured in the cognition of non-human animals.
http://www.denisecummins.com
https://twitter.com/mindwithaview
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Valerie CurtisLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineHygieneevolution of disgust
http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/aboutus/people/curtis.val
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CathyannDarwentUC DavisAnthropologyzooarchaeology, high arctic environments and coastal ecosystems
https://ucdavis.academia.edu/ChristyannDarwent
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5/26/2016 11:23:59Helen Elizabeth Davis University of Utah Anthropology
cognition, behavioral ecology, middle childhood and cognitive development, pedagogy, education and embodied capital, parental investment and child outcomes
https://faculty.utah.edu/u0999707-Helen_Elizabeth_Davis/research/index.hml
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5/27/2016 4:41:01KhytamDawoodPennsylvania State UniversityPsychologyHormones and behavior; sexual orientation; sexual selection; female orgasm
http://psych.la.psu.edu/directory/kud5
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5/25/2016 14:02:54Alexandrade SousaBath Spa University
Culture and Environment: Psychology
evolutionary neuroscience, human brain evolution
http://www.bathspa.ac.uk/our-people/a.desousa
@AleAliSousa
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LisaDeBruineUniversity of GlasglowInstitute of Neuroscience and Psychologykin recognition, facial resemblance and face processing.
http://facelab.org/People/debruine
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7/19/2016 3:11:54ManaDemboSimon Fraser UniversityArchaeologycranial evolution; non-metric trait variation; Bayesian phylogenetic methods
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KathrynDempsBoise State UniversityAnthropologyhuman evolutionary ecology, transmission of local ecological knowledge, social learning patterns
http://works.bepress.com/kathryn_demps/
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NancyDessOccidental CollegePsychologyeating and emotion; anxiety, depression, and eating disorders
http://www.oxy.edu/faculty/nancy-dess
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1/27/2016 18:35:07AmandaDettmerNational Institutes of Health
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
primates, neuroscience, sociocognitive development
https://sites.google.com/site/adettmer/
@amanda_dettmer
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4/27/2016 13:22:31MaureenDevlinUniversity of MichiganAnthropologySkeletal biology, diet and nutrition, bone-fat interactions, bone imaging
https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mjdevlin/
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DianeDoranSUNY StonybrookAnthropologybehavioral ecology and sociobiology of the African apes
http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/anthropology/faculty/dsheehy.html
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1/27/2016 17:27:10ChristineDreaDuke university
Evolutionary anthropology and Ecology
Mammalian sociality, reproduction, and health, especially in female dominant species like meerkats, lemurs, and hyenas.
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3/23/2016 10:57:52ShonaDuguid
Max Planck institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Developmental and Comparative Psychology
Comparative cognition, primate cooperation, evolution of human cooperation
http://www.eva.mpg.de/psycho/staff/shona-duguid/index.html
@shona_d
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BriaDunhamBoston UniversityCollege of Health & Rehabilitation Sciencesevolutionary anthropology, public health
http://www.bu.edu/sargent/profile/bria-dunham-phd-mph-cph/
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10/27/2016 9:30:17HollyDunsworthUniversity of Rhode IslandAnthropology
Anthropology, Evolution, Reproduction, Procreation, Apes, Hominids, Hominins, Human Evolution
http://web.uri.edu/soc-anth/meet/holly-dunsworth/
@HollyDunsworth
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1/28/2016 10:53:39KristinaDuranteRutgers UniversityMarketingWomen, Ovulation, Female Competition, Mate Choice
http://www.business.rutgers.edu/faculty-research/directory/kristina-durante
@KristinaDurante
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AliceEaglyNorthwestern UniversityPsychologygender, leadership, stereotyping, attitudes; origins of sex differences in social behavior; social role theory
http://www.psychology.northwestern.edu/people/faculty/core/profiles/alice-eagly.html
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1/28/2016 8:49:38JudithEastonTexas State UniversityPsychologyWomen's mating strategies and short-term mating@JudyEaston
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CatherineEckelTexas A & MEconomicsbehavioral economics, experimental economics, game theory, applied microeconomics
http://econ.tamu.edu/faculty/eckel-catherine/
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5/26/2016 9:25:55Danielle (Dan)EdwardsUniversity of California, Merced
School of Natural Science, Life & Environmental Sciences Unit
Evolutionary genetics, phylogenetics, population genetics, trait evolution, natural selection, sexual selection, conservation genetics, reptiles, amphibians
danedwardslab.com
@EdwardsDanL
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ClaireEl MoudenOxfordZoologyhuman sociality, biological systems including viruses, bacteria, fungi, insects, birds and mammals
http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/people/view/elmouden_c.htm
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CarolEmberYale UniversityHuman Relations Area File DirectoryComparative Anthropology; human relations area files
http://hraf.yale.edu/about/staff/carol-r-ember/
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MelissaEmery-ThompsonUniversity of New MexicoAnthropologyinteractions of ecology, health, reproduction, and behavior in apes and humans
http://www.unm.edu/~memery/
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JeanEnsmingerCalifornia Institute of TechnologySocial Sciencepolitical economy of Africa; property rights, transaction costs, principal-agent relations, and the relationship between economic incentives and a range of social and economic behaviors
http://jee.caltech.edu/
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MichelleEscasa-DorneUniversity of Colorado - Colorado SpringsAnthropologyhuman behavioral ecology, maternal health, sexual health, behavioral neuroendocrinology, and human relationships
http://www.uccs.edu/anthro/michelle_dorne.html
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7/20/2016 11:05:19AlmudenaEstalrrich
National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN-CSIC) Spain
Paleoanthropology Group
Activity related dental wear
Dental microwear
Neandertal
Dental anthropology
Paleoanthropology
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Almudena_Estalrrich
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5/26/2016 9:56:23ChristineEwers-SaucedoUC DavisEcology & Evolutionevolution of sex, life history evolution, population genetics
https://about.me/ewers_saucedo
@ewers_saucedo
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