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Mini-Symposium A Natural History of Cooperation?

13/01/2012 (14:30-17:00)


Department of Psychology - Brain And Behaviour Research Group


Special   Mini-Symposium

A Natural History of Cooperation ?

Friday 13/01/2012 14h30 to 17h00

Wolfson Building, Room W 128

Why do humans, monkeys, fish, or insects cooperate? Is there a common explanation for this, possibly most fundamental element, form of 'social' interaction? We plan a small but very special BAB seminar to start the new year   -   a collaboration between three researchers from different Departments/Institutions who shed light on the mathematics, biology, and psychology of cooperation.



 14h00  Welcome: Tea & Coffee: Psychology Meeting Room (W 227)

 14h30  Vincent Janssen & John Brydon, School of Biological Sciences, RHUL Theoretical aspects of communication and cooperation networks in humans

 15h15  Larissa Conradt, Biology Sussex / Cambridge  Collective decision making in animals

 16h00  Patrick Leman, Department of Psychology, RHUL The development of cooperation in children

 16h45 general discussion & afterwards pub


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