I apologise for the lack of articles on the blog the last few months. I have been accepted for a PhD in Oslo, so a lot of time has been spent moving and preparing. I hope to rectify my inactivity by putting some more posts on the blog this year!
In the meantime, here is a photo from the BPS Conference in Nottingham, September 5th 2014. At this conference I had one poster and one oral talk, both where on gender effects on the Stroop test.
You can view a pdf of the talk HERE, although obviously its content was elaborated with commentary which is not included.
The HBES conference is now over. It was a great experience for me; It was my first international conference presentation (more on that in a later post), I learned a lot about evolutionary topics that were new to me, and I met a lot of great people. Presented topics represented a wide variety of fields such as psychology, anthropology, biology, economics, and even criminology. Continue reading →
On wednesday 17th of July the Human Behaviour and Evolution Society (HBES) Conference opens in Miami. I plan to attend the entire 4-day conference, held at the Loews in Miami Beach, Florida.I will also be presenting my Hunter-gatherer dissertation on Saturday 20th of July. I hope to document it, but no promises. Stay tuned.
I recently attended the BACN 2013 conference (or “Bacon” conference as I call it), which is the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience conference 2013, held at Nottingham University. Attached is a photo of me and my poster, which was a review of neuroscientific evidence for the hunter-gatherer hypothesis. You can view a pdf version of the poster in the download section or by clicking HERE, though keep in mind it was a work in progress, hence why no conclusion was post ed. Nevertheless, the poster was a success and I had many enquiries about it.