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Presentation: Peter Gray
Peter Gray (Anthropology) gave a plenary talk at the 2017 Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Boise, Idaho, in May. The conference draws an interdisciplinary contingent of faculty and students interested in the evolution of human behavior. His talk, titled "Sex, Babies and Dogs: Evolutionary and Endocrine Aspects of Changing Human Families," included work involving several UNLV students.
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