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What is the CECD? 
The CECD is an AHRC funded research group dedicated to examining the evolutionary underpinnings of human cultural behaviour, past and present. more>

   
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Principal Investigator Profile
Dr Dietrich Stout
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Emory University

1557 Dickey Dr
Atlanta
GA 30322
Tel: 404.712.1828
Fax: 404.727.2860
Email: dwstout@emory.edu

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Funding
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Research and Teaching interests
Research Interests:
Cognitive and brain evolution
Lithic technology
Experimental archaeology
Ethnoarchaeology
Cultural and ecological psychology
Functional brain imaging

Teaching:
Lecturer in the Archaeology of Human Evolution
Course Co-ordinator: 3067 Cognitive evolution and early technology
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Educational Background
1995: B.Sc. Anthropology and Biology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA
2003: Ph.D. Paleoanthropology and Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
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Associated Links:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/ug/components/3067cognitive.htm

Associated AHRC CECD Projects (Phase 2):
Project B010
Pre-sapiens cultural learning strategies
Project B011
Language, technology and social reproduction: the technical lexicon of traditional stone tool makers in West Papua



Associated Publications - AHRC CECD - phase 2:
Stout, D. and T. Chaminade (2007).
The evolutionary neuroscience of tool making.Neuropsychologia. Vol 45. 1091-1100.