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Robin Dunbar graduated with a BSc in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Bristol. He has held research fellowships at Cambridge and Liverpool Universities, and teaching posts at the University of Stockholm, University College London, and the University of Liverpool. He is currently Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Director of the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology in the School of Anthropology, and a Fellow of Magdalen College. He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1998. He is co-Director of the British Academy's Centenary Research Project 'Lucy to Language: The Archaeology of the Social Brain', a multi-disciplinary project involving, in addition to the University of Oxford, research groups at Liverpool University, Royal Holloway (University of London), Southampton University, and the University of Kent. His principal research interest is the evolution of sociality, with specific focus on humans, nonhuman primates and ungulates.
Why Facebook Won't Get You Any More Friends
as author at 6th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), Dublin 2012,