Professor in Evolutionary Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology



Group processes

Group processes: Perspectives from evolutionary and social psychology (A Darwinian view), SP603

Module handbook 2008  

Session 1: Why do we live in groups?
Session 2: The puzzle of human altruism
Session 3: Reputations matter in the evolution of cooperation
Session 4: Getting along and getting ahead: The evolution of status, obedience, and conformity
Session 5: Follow the leader... but at what cost? Managing the human group
Session 6: Staying alive by staying together: The nature of group cohesion
Session 7: Aggression and conflict within groups
Session 8: Intergroup relations
Session 9: Trust, coordination and social norms: Why some groups work and others don't
Session 10: From small to large groups: Evolution, culture, and the social brain

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