Social life: A natural history of societies

The origin of human societies under analysis in Mètode

What is the role of cooperation in our evolution? Why do we have social norms? How did cities come into existence? How has civilisation been shaped by the way we feed ourselves? These and others are the questions answered in the new issue of the journal Mètode, «Vida social».


Assembled life: A natural history of societies

Building on the evolutionary basis of cooperation, this monograph looks at human social structures, from the most ancient and simple to the most complex of modern societies.


Dancing together: brains in sync

When we are having a conversation, walking together, or simply sitting next to someone else, our postures and movements are coordinated.