Oct 31, 2018
[This is a conversation with Mark van Vugt, evolutionary psychologist and professor at the Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands]
Mark van Vugt é uma das referências mundiais no campo da Psicologia Evolutiva. É professor na Universidade Livre de Amsterdão e colabora com o Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology da Universidade de Oxford. (Talvez se lembrem de o Paulo Finuras ter falado dele durante a nossa conversa.)
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Bio: Mark van Vugt is a Netherlands evolutionary psychologist who holds a professorship in evolutionary psychology and work and organizational psychology at the VU University (Vrije Universiteit) Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Van Vugt has affiliate positions at the University of Oxford, Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology (ICEA). Mark van Vugt studied psychology at the University of Groningen, followed by a PhD in applied social psychology at the University of Maastricht during which he worked on research into environmental sustainability and transportation as social dilemma and tragedy of the commons problems. After receiving his PhD in 1996, Mark van Vugt was hired by the University of Southampton, UK, to work as a lecturer in psychology, followed by a professorship in 2004 at the University of Kent, UK.