A Neuroscientist Explains: the origins of social behaviour – podcast trailer

By: Presented by Daniel Glaser and Produced by Max Sanderson | A Neuroscientist Explains: the origins of social behaviour – podcast trailer | Neuroscience | The Guardian

In episode two of the second season of our A Neuroscientist Explains podcast, Daniel Glaser explores the evolutionary origins of social conformity

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Daniel Glaser explores the evolutionary origins of social behaviour in humans, as per his column Does Our Social Behaviour Hold Us Back?. We hear from the University of Oxford’s emeritus professor of evolutionary psychology, Robin Dunbar, about what our evolutionary past can tell us about our behaviours in the here and now, and how it all ties in to social conformity.

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