Feb 11, 2016 3:30p - 5:00p Psychology Building, Room 230; Dr. Lee Alan Dugatkin, Professor and Distinguished Scholar, University of Louisville, Department of Biology, “The Interaction of Cultural and Genetic Transmission in Shaping Mate Choice in Nonhumans and Humans” (abstract).
Mar 17, 20163:30p - 5:00p Psychology Building, Room 230; Dr. Spike W. S. Lee, Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Toronto,“Clean, moral, and beyond: Clues to the embodied metaphorical mind.”
Mar 31, 20163:30p - 5:00p Psychology Building, Room 230; Dr. David Sloan Wilson evolutionary biologist and SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences and Anthropology. Binghamton University.
The Psychology Zone at Night of the Open Door. February 27, 2016 4:00p – 9:00p, Physical Education West Gym. Come get psyched at the Department of Psychology at ASU’s Night of the Open Door with 10 amazine psychological activities that promise to be both exciting and educational. Experience how psychology connects with aspects of your life in ways that you may have never realized. RSVP here https://opendoor.asu.edu/registration-form to access express check-in at the registration booth the night of the event.
Department of Psychology Undergraduate Convocation Reception
May 10, 2016 4:00p – 6:00p, Psychology Building, room 230. Calling all graduating seniors, faculty, staff, and alumni! Come celebrate our 2016 graduating class academic achievements. Light refreshments will be served. We will gather at 5:45 for a procession to Wells Fargo Arena for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Convocation (Gold Ceremony).
The Human Generosity Project
The Human Generosity Project is the first large-scale transdisciplinary research project to investigate the interrelationship between biological and cultural influences on human generosity. Conducted on several continents, this project uses multiple methodologies to understand the nature and evolution of human generosity including fieldwork, laboratory experiments and computational modeling.