2016.08.02 | Knowledge exchange, Media coverage

Religionsrapport: Vi er rituelle væsener III

Jesper Sørensen medvirker i radioprogram på DR P1


2016.07.26 | Knowledge exchange, Media coverage

What happened to the ice bucket challenge?

Dimitris Xygalatas talks to The New Yorker on charity, ritual, and buckets full of ice

2016.05.19 | Research, Media coverage

Social objects in the brain

A new study from IMC researchers published in the scientific journal NeuroImage

Older Press Articles about IMC (2012-2014)

Video interview of Andreas Roepstorff from the LEVYNA Laboratory for the Experimental Research of Religion

The Mauritian Laboratory for Experimental Anthropology, directed by Dimitris Xygalatas, has a new website.

One of Dimitris Xygalatas's recent experiments was discussed on the blog, Epiphenom.

The Mauritian newspaper, lexpress, featured an article about the work of Dimitris Xygalatas.

Interview with Andreas Roepstorff

 On September 28, Panos Mitkidis will discuss Discovery at the TEDx Academy 2013 in Athens.

Panos Mitkidis and colleagues' recent article, Collective-Goal Ascription Increases Cooperation in Humans, has received press in such outlets as PsychCentral, ScienceDaily, Medical News Today, and Microsoft Business.

Most-read rankings in the journal of the Association for Psychological Science are recalculated at the beginning of the month and are based on full-text and pdf views. During June 2013 two articles from the Interacting Minds Center at AU are among the top-five:

  • Dimitris Xygalatas, Panagiotis Mitkidis, Ronald Fischer, Paul Reddish, Joshua Skewes, Armin W. Geertz, Andreas Roepstorff, and Joseph Bulbulia. Extreme Rituals Promote Prosociality
  • Michael Bang Petersen, Daniel Sznycer, Aaron Sell, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby. 
    The Ancestral Logic of Politics: Upper-Body Strength Regulates Men’s Assertion of Self-Interest Over Economic Redistribution

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Michael Bang Petersen and Lene Aarøe's research on hunger and hoarding was featured in an article on the Association for Psychological Science website

Mette Løvschal participated in a radio programme (24/7 Weekendtillægget) on the social and perceptual implications of Danish garden hedges.  Listen to the program here.