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  • The genetics of human sociality
  • Modelling kinship as an integrating mechanism in social networks
  • Role of humour in social bonding
  • PET scan study of endorphin activation in response to light touch
  • Dance and the role of endorphins in group cohesion
  • Mechanisms of pairbonding
  • Social functions of language
  • Laughter and play in wild bonobos
  • Evolution of sociality in Middle & Upper Palaeolithic
  • Interpersonal violence in Viking Age Iceland
  • Role of mentalising in appreciation of fiction
  • Audience engagement in drama
  • Gender differences in close friendships
  • Structure and dynamics of large scale social networks
  • Impact of digital media on networks
  • Comparative analyses of brain evolution
  • Singing, well-being and group cohesion
  • Links between genetic variation and how people think and act in social situations
  • Mathematical models of how hunter-gatherers maintain their social network
  • Shared community and social closeness 
  • Music and social bonding
  • Geleda social network structure