Peter (PK) Jonason, Ph.D.
I originally intended to be a lawyer, but then I took a class with Ross Buck who introduced me to evolutionary psychology. It was then I realized I wanted to pursue a career in research. After I completed my B.A. in Political Science and Communication Sciences (2000) and my M.A. in Communication Sciences at the University of Connecticut (2003), I got my Ph.D. in Psychology at New Mexico State University (2009). By training I am a social-personality psychologist who uses evolutionary theory to derive predictions and account for observable phenomena in (mostly) personality, individual differences, mating strategies, and sexuality (see my GoogleScholar Profile; see my CV).
Some career highlights
2014: IgNobel award in psychology
2015: Visiting scholar at Lomonosov Moscow State University
2015: Visiting scholar at the University of Western Ontario.
2016: Fellow at the Secular Policy Institute
2016: Affiliated Ass/Professorship at Florida Atlantic University
2018: Visiting scholar at Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński
2018: Founded the Australasian Society for Human Behaviour and Evolution.