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EVOLUTION AND SOCIAL INTERACTION

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The Evolution and Social Interaction group aims to use social, behavioural and evolutionary theory to approach human perception and behaviour, and to understand perception and behaviour within social settings. It unites researchers from three distinct research areas: Perception, Evolution, and Behaviour; the Psychology and Communication Technologies Laboratory; and Social Research. Find out more below about our areas of research. 



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