The Science of Friendship

Friendship is an important part of our lives from childhood through old age, and all around the world. But what are friends really for? What do people look for in a friend, and how are friendships formed? Is friendship the same for men and women? In this lecture, Dr. Adar Eisenbruch will explore the psychology of friendship, including new research from evolutionary psychology showing that our friend preferences might have more to do with the past than we’d think.
About The Speaker
Adar Eisenbruch received a PhD in Psychological and Brain Sciences from the University of California, Santa Barbara, completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University and was an Associate Researcher at Future Laboratories.
Join us on Monday, April 13 at 8:00 PM EDT via Zoom
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This event is on a “pay what you want” basis.










When: Mon., April 13, 2020 at 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Friendship is an important part of our lives from childhood through old age, and all around the world. But what are friends really for? What do people look for in a friend, and how are friendships formed? Is friendship the same for men and women? In this lecture, Dr. Adar Eisenbruch will explore the psychology of friendship, including new research from evolutionary psychology showing that our friend preferences might have more to do with the past than we’d think.
About The Speaker
Adar Eisenbruch received a PhD in Psychological and Brain Sciences from the University of California, Santa Barbara, completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University and was an Associate Researcher at Future Laboratories.
Join us on Monday, April 13 at 8:00 PM EDT via Zoom
(download the app for easy access).
This event is on a “pay what you want” basis.
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