Athena Aktipis

Associate Professor, Arizona State University
  • Arizona State University
  • United States of America

About Athena Aktipis

Hi, I'm Athena Aktipis. I'm an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University, co-Director of The Human Generosity Project, and also co-Director of the Cooperation Science Network. I study cooperation across systems from human sharing to cancer. I'm also the chair of the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting; host of the new podcast, Zombified, and author of the new book from Princeton University Press, The Cheating Cell: How evolution helps us understand and treat cancer.

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Anthropology Behavioural economics Behavioural sciences Cognitive science Communication Cultural and media studies Economics Epidemiology Political Science Psychology Science, technology and society

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Contributor Nature Human Behaviour

Why did concealed ovulation evolve?

Our model suggests women may have evolved to conceal ovulation from other women, not from men as has been previously assumed

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