Laboratory for Comparative Economics and Behavioral Studies
The CEBUS Lab is housed at Georgia State University's Language Research Center and headed by Sarah Brosnan. The lab investigates topics related to the evolution of decision-making and economic behavior among primates. To better understand the evolution of these behaviors, the lab takes a comparative approach, studying eight primate species, humans, and non-primate animals. For more information on lab members and our collaborators, see below. Click here for news from the CEBUS Lab.
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