His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Social dilemma, Evolutionary psychology, Developmental psychology and Social value orientations. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Public good and Social perception. Mark van Vugt usually deals with Social dilemma and limits it to topics linked to Social psychology and Identity, Psychological intervention and Outcome.
The Evolutionary psychology study combines topics in areas such as Followership and Methodological individualism. His research integrates issues of Endorphins, Feeling, Threshold of pain and Affect in his study of Developmental psychology. His study in Social value orientations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public transport, Prosocial behavior and Dilemma.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Evolutionary psychology, Social dilemma, Perspective and Followership. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology and Public good. His Evolutionary psychology study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology and Cognitive science.
As a part of the same scientific study, Mark van Vugt usually deals with the Social dilemma, concentrating on Social value orientations and frequently concerns with Public transport and Prosocial behavior. Mark van Vugt has researched Followership in several fields, including Epistemology and Transactional leadership, Leadership style, Leadership. In his research on the topic of Transactional leadership, Shared leadership is strongly related with Transformational leadership.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Perspective, Evolutionary psychology, Epistemology and Mismatch theory. His research ties Social status and Social psychology together. His work investigates the relationship between Social status and topics such as High status that intersect with problems in Aggression and Dominance.
His Evolutionary psychology study which covers Environmental psychology that intersects with Cognitive science and Imitation. His Epistemology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distributed leadership and Collective action. His study looks at the relationship between Followership and topics such as Peacekeeping, which overlap with Leadership style.
Mark van Vugt mainly investigates Social psychology, Perspective, Evolutionary psychology, Leadership style and Dominance. He has included themes like Social status and Priming in his Social psychology study. His Social status study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Perception, Social perception, Association, Aggression and High status.
His Evolutionary psychology research includes elements of Psychological science and Behavioural sciences. The concepts of his Leadership style study are interwoven with issues in Followership, Social capital and Peacekeeping. His Dominance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Epistemology, Modern evolutionary synthesis, Popularity and Authoritarianism.
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Leadership, followership, and evolution: Some lessons from the past.
Mark Van Vugt;Robert Hogan;Robert B. Kaiser.
American Psychologist (2008)
Nice Guys Finish First: The Competitive Altruism Hypothesis
Charlie L. Hardy;Mark Van Vugt.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2006)
Evolutionary Origins of Leadership and Followership
Mark Van Vugt.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2006)
Gender Differences in Cooperation and Competition The Male-Warrior Hypothesis
Mark Van Vugt;David De Cremer;Dirk P. Janssen.
Social identification effects in social dilemmas : a transformation of motives
David De Cremer;Mark Van Vugt.
Social identity as social glue: The origins of group loyalty
Mark Van Vugt;Claire M. Hart.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2004)
The Origins and Evolution of Leadership
Andrew J. King;Dominic D.P. Johnson;Mark Van Vugt;Mark Van Vugt.
Current Biology (2009)
Evolution and the psychology of intergroup conflict: the male warrior hypothesis.
Melissa M. McDonald;Carlos David Navarrete;Mark Van Vugt;Mark Van Vugt.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2012)
Exit, voice and loyalty: Analytic and empirical developments
Keith Dowding;Peter John;Thanos Mergoupis;Mark Van Vugt.
The Evolutionary Bases for Sustainable Behavior: Implications for Marketing, Policy, and Social Entrepreneurship:
Vladas Griskevicius;Stephanie M. Cantú;Mark van Vugt.
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing (2012)
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