Corinna Most

Corinna Most
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Corinna got her B.S. in human sciences at University College, London, where she developed her interest in primates working with Dr. Volker Sommer. Her research is broadly concerned with animal behavioral ecology and the evolution of human behavior. In particular, her Ph.D. research concerns the development of social and cognitive skills in wild infant olive baboons. Her research brings together theoretical models and approaches from a range of disciplines, including anthropology, child development studies, and cognitive science. Her advisor is Dr. Shirley Strum, and, since 2010, Corinna has repeatedly visited her field site in Kenya to collect her research data, spending there a total of almost 2.5 years.

Anthropology