Eva Reindl: "Investigating the origins of human material culture in children"
23 November 16:00
64 Banbury Road, Oxford
Eva Reindl recently joined the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology as a lecturer. She obtained her PhD at the University of Birmingham working with Claudio Tennie, Sarah Beck, and Ian Apperly on the developmental origins of human material culture.
Eva is a developmental psychologist with a comparative focus interested in cumulative culture, social learning, innovation, and tool use. Her research aims at investigating the origins of cumulative cultural learning in children, its processes and requirements. Other work investigates physical cognition, executive functions, tool use, and problem-solving in children and non-human primates.