Office: SSM 255B
What I do
I study how behaviors emerge and evolve in response to social, cultural, and ecological pressures, as well as how those pressures can themselves evolve. I also have broad interests related to cultural evolution, cooperation, and complex systems. Much of my work involves building and analyzing mathematical models and computer simulations.
Some of my current projects involve the emergence of identity signaling strategies, socioecological influences on personality development, the evolution of cooperation, the evolution of analogies, and population dynamics of scientific communities.
If you poke around this site, you can learn some more things about me, check out my publications, and in general see the sorts of things we’ve come to expect from the personal websites of academics.