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Vania Rolon

About Vania Rolon

Vania Rolón is a Master's student in the Psychology Department at SUNY New Paltz. Born and raised in Cochabamba, Bolivia, much of her fascination with Evolutionary Psychology is the field's ability to cross the cultural boundary and find universal behaviors. While completing her thesis, she works as a psychological statistics teaching assistant and is part of the Evolutionary Psychology Lab and the Positive Play Lab. Her blog discusses everyday life occurrences such as her experiences as an international student living abroad from an evolutionary perspective.

Game of Thrones and How the Lion Cuckolded the Stag

If you are one of the many fans addicted to the TV phenomenon that is Game of Thrones, chances are you are counting the hours to tonight’s season finale, especially after the most recent episode, Battle of the Bastards. However, … Continue reading

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NEEPS X: On Cooperation and Interdisciplinarity

Between June 2nd and June 5th, the St. Mary’s University campus in Halifax, Nova Scotia saw one of its conference rooms invaded by a group of evolutionary theory fanatics. As the tenth conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society took … Continue reading

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