Mammalian Behaviour & Evolution
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Research Interests
Behavioural ecology of mammals in general and humans in particular. Evolutionary analyses of human behaviour, including mate choice, reproduction decisions, parental investment, reproductive correlates of longevity, and, increasingly, olfaction in human mate choice.

Projects and Grants
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Publications
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Education and Career
  • BSc Psychology & Anthropology, University of Natal
  • MA, University of Natal (1992)
  • PhD, University of Natal (1995)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Behavioural Ecology Research Group, University of Natal
  • Lecturer, Evolutionary Psychology & Behavioural Ecology Research Group, University of Liverpool (1997 - 2010)
  • Lecturer, Mammalian Behaviour & Evolution Group, University of Liverpool (2010 - present)
Professional Roles
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@ Liverpool
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Postgraduate students
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Dr John Lycett