Warren Horrod-Wilson

Evolutionary accounts of paranoia

Research Interests: Evolution of Social Cognition, Embodied Cognition, Paranoia, Intergroup Conflict, Cooperation, Trust, Life History Theory, Evolutionary Biology, Agent-Based Modelling

Bio: I graduated from Middlesex University London in 2021 with a BSc (Hons) Psychology. I have a keen interest in the evolutionary origins of behaviour. For my final year undergraduate dissertation I investigated aspects of paranoia in an attempt to understand its possible evolved function. For this work I used an agent based modelling approach.

I have a broad interest in integrated approaches to behaviour, such as behavioural ecology, evolutionary psychology, primatology, and neuropsychology. To this end I have just accepted a place on the MSc by Research (Evolutionary Behavioural Science) at Middlesex University to study Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) behaviours in the wild. Watch this space for more details!

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/whorrodwi

Email: wh224 AT mdx.ac.uk