Sarah Brosnan

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Sarah Brosnan is a researcher into the development of the cognitive processes that underlie cooperation and reciprocity. The focus of her work has been on animals' perceptions, as demonstrated in reciprocal interactions, of the value of "exchanged" "goods and services". She has looked at both human and nonhuman primates as a way of understanding the evolution of cooperative and economic. She works at Georgia State University in their Department of Psychology and directs their Comparative Economics and Behavioral Studies Laboratory (CEBUS Lab).[1][2][3]

Selected publications[edit]

Brosnan, S. F., Bshary, R., and the Royal Society (Great Britain). (2010). Cooperation and deception: From evolution to mechanisms : papers of a theme issue. London: Royal Society.

Brosnan, S. F., and Frans B. M. De Waal (2004). Animal behaviour: Fair refusal by capuchin monkeys. Nature, 428, 6979, 140.

Brosnan, Sarah F, and Frans B. M. De Waal. (2003). Monkeys Reject Unequal Pay. Nature 25 6955: 297-99.

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