Mark Dyble

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Full Name:

Dr Mark Dyble

Profile Display Name:

Mark Dyble

E-mail Address:

m.dyble@ucl.ac.uk

Institution:

UCL

Department:

Anthropology

Job Title:

Lecturer in Evolutionary Anthropology

Bio:

I am a Lecturer in Evolutionary Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology at UCL. My research investigates the evolution of human social behaviour, social organisation, and the relationship between the two. My research integrates theoretical work involving mathematical and computational modelling of the evolution of social behaviour with empirical studies of contemporary hunter-gatherer and fisher-forager societies (Philippines and Brazil). I am also interested in the evolution of cooperation and conflict across mammals more generally, having worked on comparative analyses of mammal social organisation and empirical work exploring cooperation and conflict among meerkats. I would be interested in supervising either theory-based PhD projects or projects involving quantitative anthropological fieldwork.

Research Interests:

Hunter-gatherer societies, social organisation, evolution of cooperation, mammal sociality

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