Principal Investigator: Dr Alex Alvergne
Dugold is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Exeter.
His research aims to contribute to understandings of the evolution of human cooperation through asking questions such as:
1) What causes variation in the levels of cooperation that individuals and populations exhibit?
2) What are the relative roles of genetics, ecology, demographic structure and culture in sustaining cooperation?
3) Could an evolutionary approach help in designing effective interventions for contemporary human cooperative dilemmas?