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University Teaching

I currently teach/co-teach on the following courses at UCL Anthropology: Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology (BSc), Biosocial Approaches to Childrearing (BSc), Being Human (BSc), Applied Evolutionary Anthropology (MSc), Biosocial Medical Anthropology (MSc)


In addition, I have taught the following courses:  Introduction to Biological Anthropology (BSc), Human Behavioural Ecology (BSc & MSc), Human Behavioural Ecology of Hunter-Gatherers (BSc), Behavioural Ecology and Socio-biology (BSc), Evolution and Human Behaviour (BSc)


A selection of the courses I have taught/currently teach are available below.

Would you like to study what I study? Students on the following courses at UCL are, in general, able to take my courses (restrictions apply): BSc Human Sciences, BSc Anthropology, MSc Human Evolution and Behaviour, MSc Biosocial Medical Anthropology and MSc Medical Anthropology.

For more information on these degrees, visit the UCL Anthropology website.

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BSc Advanced Course, University College London

Getting biosocial

Childhood & Child Development

Parenting & Alloparenting

Cross-cultural comparisons

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BSc Intro Course, University College London

Scientific literacy

Hypothesis testing

Introduction to quantitative methods and statistics

Introduction to scientific report writing

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Applied Evolutionary Anthropology

MSc Advanced Course, University College London

Evolutionary approaches to public health
"Harmful" behaviours and norms
Intervention design & evaluation
Cross-cultural comparisons

 
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