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Welcome to the Social Origins Lab!

Here at the Social Origins Lab , we are interested in child development. Specifically , we are interested in the development of uniquely human cognition and behavior. We explore how social and cognitive abilities arise and interact with one another in human development and across species and cultures. How does children’s reasoning vary across cultures? How is this different or similar to other species? We seek answers to these questions and more through working with kids from all over the world, from the Bay Area to Kenya!xxxvideosxxxpornoxxx video/a>free sexxHorny bf joins her gf in this 3way sex with stepmom Brandi – teen, big, hardcoresexyxxx.ccExtrem Small German Teen Seduce to Fuck by Bro – teenager,teen,hardcoreBlack stud rides fit white blonde amateur pussy – big,sex,hardcoresexyxxx.ccVigorous latin brunette Lily Thai and boyfriend enjoy hardcore – latin,blowjob,hardcoreTwo masked lesbians have fun with their wet – anal, lesbians, blondeDrei-Dates-Regel? Egal, ich will FICKEN !!! – teen, anal, cumshotHot lesbs in pantyhose again in action – visit,site,againsexyxxx.ccfucked hard in the ass at a party in the new year – amateur, fuck, groupCamgirl Closeup Pussy Fingering On Webcam – pussy, fingering, closeup

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The Social Origins Lab is accepting graduate students!


University of California, Berkeley
2121 Berkeley Way
Berkeley, CA 94704, USA

Recent Publications

Engelmann, J. M., Haux, L. M., & Herrmann, E. (2019). Helping in young children and chimpanzees shows partiality towards friends. Evolution and Human Behavior.

Herrmann, E., Haux, L. M., Zeidler, H., & Engelmann, J. M. (2019). Human children but not chimpanzees make irrational decisions driven by social comparison. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: B, Biological Sciences, 286:20182228. doi:10.1098/rspb.2018.2228