The centre serves as the focal point for cultural evolution and gene-culture coevolution research at Durham University. We have a cross-disciplinary membership, including the fields of anthropology, archaeology, biological sciences, business, education, mathematics and psychology. We also welcome researchers from other universities.
Through regular meetings, annual workshops and some seminars, we use CCBC as a forum for discussing the literature, getting feedback on research in progress and fostering collaborations for new research projects. Our research covers both work on humans and non-human animals, and uses a wide variety of methods, including ethnography, behavioural experiments in the lab and the field, phylogenetic analysis, and mathematical and simulation modelling.
- CCBC is on Twitter!
- New paper by Jean-Luc Jucker and Lynda Boothroyd in Evolution & Human Behaviour
- New paper by Rachel Kendal in Trends in Cognitive Science
- Congratulations to Rachel Kendal, voted President-Elect of the Cultural Evolution Society!
- CCBC at EHBEA 2018 conference
- New paper by Emma Flynn and Cameron Turner in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
- New paper by Gessica Martini and Jamie Tehrani in PNAS
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