Robert Kurzban is a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the nature of evolved cognitive adaptations for social life. These include processes involved with cooperative decision making, punishment, morality, close relationships, and mate choice. He uses methods drawn from experimental economics and cognitive psychology to study these processes.
Robert is proud to have served as both the editor-in-chief of the journal Evolution & Human Behavior and President of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society. You can learn more at his LinkedIn page.
Selected videos of Rob Kurzban
- The Amazing Meeting (Also at this event was this panel discussion)
- Talk at La Ciudad de las Ideas
- Royal Society of Arts
- HeadCon (Edge)
- Knowledge by the Slice at Penn
- Yoga Research Society talk
- The Biological Realist Podcast
- Interview at Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University
- Zocalo talk
- Discussion with Robert Wright
- Promotional Video for Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite
- TEDx talk at Princeton
- The Washington Post made a little video to accompany the editorial with Jason Weeden
And lastly, a podcast with Julia Galef at Rationally Speaking.