Robb Willer

 
 
 

Robb Willer

       Dr. Willer began as an Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department of the University of California, Berkeley in the Fall of 2006. He received his Ph.D. (2006) and M.A. (2004) in Sociology from Cornell University. Previously, He earned a B.A. in Sociology (minor in English) from the University of Iowa (1999).

Robb is affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley’s Survey Research Center, the Institute for Personality and Social Research, the Institute of Business and Economic Research, and the Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences. He is also the Director of the Sociology Department’s new Laboratory for Social Research, a member of the Greater Good Science Center’s Executive Committee, a member of the Cognitive Science faculty, and a Senior Consultant for The Breakthrough Institute.

       His research focuses on microsociological foundations of human sociality and community (e.g. altruism, cooperation, collective action) and the social psychological bases of political ideology. He has published in the past on such topics as competitive altruism, indirect reciprocity, trust, social norms, and collective action.

Willer博士是加州大学伯克利分校的社会学系教授。他于1999年在艾荷华大学获得社会学学士,并分别于2004和2006年在康奈尔大学获得硕士和博士学位。

Willer博士是加州大学伯克利分校的调查研究中心、人格与社会研究所、商业和经济研究所以及认知和脑科学研究所的成员,同时还是社会学系社会研究实验室的主任,Greater Good Science(至善科学) 中心的执行委员,认知科学团队成员,“突破”研究所(The Breakthrough Institute)的资深顾问。

他的研究关注人类社会性和群体性的微观社会学基础(如利他、合作、群体行动)和政治意识形态方面的社会心理学基础。迄今为止,他已发表了一些与这些主题相关的涉及竞争性利他、间接互惠、信任、社会规范以及群体行动的文章。

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