The infrastructure is methodology-oriented, providing support to a range of disciplines and research directions. Strong emphasis is placed on collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches.

Research projects supported by the HUME Lab include a variety of aspects of the human condition, such as social solidarity, group hierarchy and group dynamics, educational communication in the classroom, emotional processing, empathy and trust, cooperation in groups, religious thought and behaviour, etc., as seen from the perspective of different disciplines within the Social Sciences and Humanities (anthropology, archaeology, economics, education, history, linguistics, psychology, and religious studies).

Links to the research outputs can be found here.

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