About the Conference:
The 4th Brazilian Meeting on Evolution of Human Behavior is an international scientific conference aiming to discuss the human mind and behavior holistically, analyzing the origins and causes of human behavior, its changes, development, and social impact, creating an integrative understanding and basis for application in various areas. In addition to its scientific impact, the event is expected to create and strengthen collaborations among world and Brazilian researchers and students.
Date and place: 23rd and 27th of March 2020, University of São Paulo (USP), São Paulo, Brazil.
Keynote speakers: Martie Haselton (USA), Paul Vasey (Canada); Catherine Salmon (USA); David Puts (USA); Tabita Hünemeier (Brazil); Dennis Werner (Brazil)
- Feminist Perspective in Evolutionary Psychology (Maryanne Fisher, Canada, together with the Brazilian collective “Maria Emilia – (R)evolutionary women”)
- Human Sexuality from the Evolutionary Perspective (Catherine Salmon, David Puts, Paul Vasey)
- Comparative Study of Development: Environmental effects (Briseida Resende, Patricia Izar, Nicolas Chaline)
Besides, we plan approximately 5 thematic oral sessions, and one poster session, depending on the number of abstract submissions.
Abstract submissions: Abstract submissions are open until November 10th 2019. We encourage submissions of empirical or theoretical studies focusing on the mind and/or behavior of humans and other animals based on evolutionary or ethological perspectives.
Abstract submissions: Nov 10th 2019
Notification of Acceptance: Nov 25th 2019
Conference registration: Early bird until Dez 1st 2019
For more details please see our website: https://www.4thbrazilianehb.com/
And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4thbrazilianehb/
Organizers: Jaroslava Varella Valentova; Anthonieta Looman Mafra; Marco Antonio Correa Varella