Michael Kasumovic
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Michael Kasumovic


Summary

My research generally explores the innate differences between males and females and how the environment, both social and ecological, modifies these differences. I’m fascinated by how individuals use the information available during development to best make allocation decisions across suites of traits to succeed in a future environment.

I also explore how our evolutionary history can explain gender differences in gaming preferences and habits.

Animal Behavior Evolutionary Studies

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Lecturer and ARC Future Fellow

UNSW Australia
Ecology & Evolution Research Centre

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