Please consider submitting an abstract for a poster, presentation, or organized symposium to the 27th Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) Conference. HBES is the premier international organization for the study of evolution and human behavior. The membership includes researchers from a range of disciplines in the social, behavioral, and biological sciences. HBES publishes the journal Evolution and Human Behavior and holds an annual conference.
The 2015 conference will be held on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia, Missouri, from May 27–30. On the conference website, you can submit an abstract for a presentation; register for the conference; look at the conference program; get information on travel, lodging, and the city of Columbia; contact us with questions; and see responses to frequently asked questions (FAQ).
The keynote lecture will be given by Bernard Chapais, Professor of Anthropology, University of Montréal. The plenary speakers will be Gregory Clark, Professor of Economics, University of California, Davis; Lisa DeBruine, Reader in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow; Alison Gopnik, Professor of Psychology and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley; Raymond Hames, Professor of Anthropology, University of Nebraska; Chris Kuzawa, Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University; Richard McElreath, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Davis; and Daniel Nettle, Professor of Behavioural Science, Newcastle University. For information on the speakers, including their talk titles and abstracts, visit the conference website.
The deadline to submit an abstract is March 15, 2015. The early registration cost is $225 for non-student members of the Society and free for student members. The deadline for early registration is April 10, 2015, after which the registration cost goes up. More information is available on the conference website http://www.hbes2015.com.
We look forward to seeing you in Columbia,
HBES Planning Committee