Author Archives: Nicole Wedberg
Why You Should Tip Your Bartender from an Evolutionary Perspective: How Reciprocal Altruism Can Get You Tipsy.
“I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine.” We all know this mantra. Actually, when executed properly, it’s the most efficient way to get things done. Let’s take a moment to think about our ancestors. It wouldn’t make sense for … Continue reading
Recently, I had the opportunity to present my work at an evolutionary psychology independent conference (EPIC). It was truly an amazing opportunity and a wonderful experience for presenters and audience members alike. Both alumni and current members of the New … Continue reading
“Are we doomed?” & “Oh, you must be using me as your case study!” These are the two comments I get the most at work. Did I mention I’m a bartender? By day, I study evolutionary psychology. But by … Continue reading
Got a heavy decision to make? Ask your body. I’m horrible at decision-making. Always have been. I don’t know why I struggle, but I will mull over my options for ages before I eventually settle with the cobb salad…. After … Continue reading