A conference on biological basis of preferences and behavior took place at the University of Chicago May 4–5, 2012. For all of you who like me cannot access the videos through the links provided. Here is a list of links to download the videos. For additional information please refer to the website (http://bfi.uchicago.edu/events/20120504_biologicalbasis/).
- Social Networks and Cooperation in Hunter-Gatherers
- Genes, Addiction, and Economics
- The Genetic Architecture of Economic and Political Preferences
- Cognitive Trade-Offs in Chimpanzee Versus Human Mixed Strategy Play
- Resource Allocation in the Brain
- Early Life Adversity and Changes in Gene Expression
- Homo Moralis
- Why the Rich are Rich and Have Few Kids
- Biology and the Arguments of Utility
- Evolution of Theory of Mind
- The Hairy-Downy-Game: A Model of Interspecific Social Dominance Mimicry
- A Search Theory of the Peacock’s Tail
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