Human Flashmobs with Dr Gayil Nalls, S4SN, 12 October, New Orleans, USA

Queen-MaryPhD graduate Gayil Nalls will be presenting Human Flashmobs: An Evolutionary Construct at the upcoming conference of The Society for Social Neuroscience (S4SN) in New Orleans, Louisiana, on 11–12 October 2012. Nalls’ research explores a behavioural aspect of living North American Robins, large brown migratory thrushes, as they occupy a localised natural summer habitat, in order to better understand a dramatic and fast-evolving human behaviour known as flash mobbing.


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