Research in this group explores the evolution of cooperation in nature. In particular, we ask what mechanisms can maintain cooperation in interactions where partners may otherwise be tempted to exploit one another. In parallel, we investigate the ecological causes and evolutionary consequences of individual variation in social behaviour.
We work on a variety of model species; and use real-world and lab-based methods to tackle these questions. If you’re keen to come and work with in the Social Evolution and Behaviour Lab at UCL, please get in touch.
Nichola Raihani is PI of the Evolution and Social Behaviour Group, Chair of UCL Psychology Consulting, and a Royal Society University Research Fellow.
I disagree that small N studies - however more painstaking to conduct - are more meaningful than large N 'simple' tests. https://t.co/REUrTKevC9— Nichola Raihani (@nicholaraihani) July 24, 2017
I'd love to do an analysis of likelihood to simply ignore peer-review request ~ academic status. I predict a strong positive relationship.— Nichola Raihani (@nicholaraihani) July 24, 2017
Royal Society Fellowship renewed
New paper with Vaughan Bell