Robert Trivers: Deceit and Self-deception – fooling ourselves the better to fool others:

In this really funny talk, Robert Trivers,Professor of Anthropology and Biological Sciences, gives a few examples of self-deception.

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Helen Fisher: The science of love, and the future of women

Helen Fisher talks about the biological mechanisms of love and lust at TED.

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Spencer Wells: The Unforeseen Cost of Human Civilisation

Anthropologist Spencer Wells talks about how the invention of agriculture lead to a change in diseases and civilization.

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Robin Dunbar: How Many Friends Does One Person Need?

Robin Dunbar talks about the role and consequences of the “Dunbar’s number”, the number of people with whom you can maintain a stable relationship.

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Michael Wesch: An anthropological introduction to YouTube

Anthropologist Dr. Michael Wesch from Kansas State University talks about the phenomenon YouTube.

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