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Psychologist with a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Former assistant professor at Harvard University and professor at the University of Michigan.
Researcher in evolutionary biology and evolutionary medicine. Co-authored the book "Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine" with George C. Williams. Explores the evolutionary origins of moral emotions and applies principles of evolutionary medicine to mental disorders in the book "Good Reasons for Bad Feelings: Insights from the Frontier of Evolutionary Psychiatry".
Psychology professor; wrote The Mating Mind, Spent, Mate, & Virtue Signaling. Themes: Evolution, sentience, civilization, EA, X risk, crypto. Wife: @sentientist
Prominent writer and researcher in evolutionary biology, focusing on epigenetics and non-genetic forms of evolution. Considered a leader in the extended evolutionary synthesis movement.
Santamarian Research Chair, Professor in Psychology at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Canada - Affiliate Faculty Kinsey Institute, Indiana,USA
Dr. Matt Killingsworth is a scientist who investigates the nature and causes of human happiness, including happiness at work, the relationship between money and happiness, how social relationships affect happiness, and many other topics. He is the creator of www.trackyourhappiness.org, a global research project that uses smart phones to study happiness in real-time during everyday life. His research has been tackled by the New York Times, Good Morning America, National Public Radio, Time Magazine, the BBC, and other media outlets. Matt holds a PhD in Psychology from Harvard University and degrees in Engineering and Economics from Duke University.