Position: post-doc researcher
Jr. Research Group of Primate Kin Selection
University of Leipzig
International Max Planck Research School – Leipzig school of human origins (IMPRS LSHO)
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Department of Primatology
Deutscher Platz 6
e-mail: lars_kulik (at) eva.mpg.de
My research is focused on the evolution of social behavior. Social relationship, starting with the tight mother-infant relationship, have an enormous impact on the life of individuals. In particular, I am interested in how such social relationships are established and maintained.
In my PhD work I focus on the ontogeny of sociality in rhesus macaques with special interest on the difference between males and females. For this work I will analyze long-term behavioral data from birth to maturation using multivariate statistics.