The Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) is a society for all those studying the evolution of human behavior. Scientific perspectives range from evolutionary psychology to evolutionary anthropology and cultural evolution. The society’s worldwide membership includes researchers from a range of disciplines in the social and biological sciences.

HBES hosts an annual conference that provides a forum exploring current research in the field. The conference offers invited plenary presentations from leading scientists.

The official journal of HBES is Evolution and Human Behavior, an interdisciplinary journal presenting research reports and theory in which evolutionary perspectives are brought to bear on the study of human behavior.

HBES provides the Early Career Award and the Lifetime Award for Distinguished Scientific Contribution. The Margo Wilson Award is an annual award made by the editors of Evolution and Human Behavior for best paper published in the journal in the previous year. Three further awards are made during the annual conference, the New Investigator Award, the Post-Doctoral Research Award and the Best Poster Award.

HBES provides two types of grants, General Funding Grant and Student Funding Grant for guest speaker to subsidize costs associated with hosting events and other educational opportunities related to the mission of HBES.

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Call for abstracts! Click here if you'd like to attend or submit an abstract to present at my Evolutionary Cyberpsychology conference in 2022! @HumBehEvoSoc @wlv_psychology @wlv_uni. All guidelines are included on the following webpage:

https://www.wolverhampton.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/2022/march/evolutionary-cyberpsychology-student-conference.php

Online first in E&HB: "By applying dynamic community detection methods to an exhaustive dataset of electronic music releases spanning three decades, we have constructed a cultural phylogeny built explicitly from population structure."

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1090513821000556?dgcid=raven_sd_aip_email

Our new method for cultural phylogenies is out today in @EvolHumBehav! Baraghith, @PatrickESavage, and I used ~1.5 million collaborations between artists to reconstruct the evolution of electronic music w/out inference or artifacts 💿 Thread below 🧵https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1090513821000556