From DNA to Social Minds, 30 June – 1 July 2014


“Although individual differences are present for almost all social attitudes and behaviours studied to date, the origin of this variation is still not well understood. To achieve such understanding it is becoming clear that interdisciplinary investigations are required that adequately embrace both social and biological approaches. The goal of this two-day meeting is to shed light on how DNA leads to social and moral behaviour, and how these effects are mediated (e.g. via neural, hormonal substrates) and moderated.”

About sociogenomics

I study behaviour and evolution. This space is about sharing with others notable (and sometimes unexpected) findings that relate to my own scientific interests and research.
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