July 20, 2018
Faculty and students present at international conference
Both Gary Brase, professor of psychology, and Jordann Brandner, graduate student in psychological sciences, presented research talks at the 2018 annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Sydni Huxman, an undergraduate researcher in psychological sciences, also presented a poster of her research at the meeting, which was July 4-7.
Brase talked about their recent research on individual differences associated with social reasoning abilities, and Brandner talked about her work evaluating computational models of mate choice. Huxman's poster was about research evaluating the extent to which people maintain contingent possible relationship partners, "backup mates".
For more information about these and other research projects in Brase's lab, visit the Human Adaptive Reasoning and Decisions Lab website.