Collaborators

Here are some great folks I’ve had the pleasure of doing experiments with (published or submitted). In alphabetical order, they are:

Steven Arnocky (Psychology, Nipissing University)

Jessica Barker (Alaska Dept. of Health; Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University)

Stephen Benard (Sociology, Indiana University)

Lisa DeBruine (Psychology, Glasgow University)

David Feinberg (Psychology, McMaster University)

Mark Fenske (Psychology, University of Guelph)

John Frum (Department of Spirituality, University of Tanna)

Harjinder Gill (Department of Psychology, University of Guelph)

Ed Hagen (Anthropology, Washington State University)

Mia Karabegovic (Cognitive Science, Central European University)

Toko Kiyonari (School of Social Informatics, Aoyama Gakuin University)

Daniel Brian Krupp (Psychology, University of Guelph)

Sandeep Mishra (Lang School of Business, University of Guelph)

Martin Lalumière (Psychology, University of Ottawa)

Deb Powell (Psychology, University of Guelph)

Nichola Raihani (Psychology, University College London)

H. Kern Reeve (Neurobiology & Behavior, Cornell University)

Adam Sparks (Anthropology, UCLA)

Josh Tybur (Experimental & Applied Psychology, VU Amsterdam)

Robb Willer (Sociology, Stanford University)

 

Please also see the following awesome people, who I’ve co-written book chapters and other work with:

Martin Daly (Department of Psychology, Neuroscience, & Behaviour, McMaster University)

Vladas Griskevicius (Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota)

Mark Van Vugt (Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology, VU Amsterdam)

 

If I forgot you, let me know, and please accept my apologies and a pint of beer the next time I see you.

And of course, my most important collaborator is molecular biologist Catherine Martel, with whom I am collaborating on human cloning and parental investment. Our joint lab members Alexander Barclay and Benjamin Barclay are co-studying the effects of being clones of each other.