Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Published 31 July, 2023
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Editor-in-Chiefs: Edoardo Chidichimo & Liam McClain
Managing Editors: Inika Murkumbi, Raluca Creangă, Liam McClain, Kitty Beck, Sofia Ferreira
ISSN: 2753-3506

With articles on the importance of foetus and infants studies in shaping our understanding of human behaviour, the role of museums under postcolonial conditions, and border security enforcement in the English Channel, we know that there is plenty everyone can learn from in this fourth and final issue of the inaugural volume. — Liam McClain (Editorial)

Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Published 10 April, 2023
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Editor-in-Chief: Edoardo Chidichimo
Managing Editors: Inika Murkumbi, Liam McClain, Kitty Beck, Sofia Ferreira
ISSN: 2753-3506


A SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY SPECIAL ISSUE

In this third iteration of the first volume of the Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour, we are thrilled to present a dedicated social anthropology issue. This special issue offers a unique opportunity for intellectual engagement, focusing on the myriad ways human behaviour can be explored through a social anthropological orientation. While the articles in this issue share a disciplinary focus, they encompass a diverse range of methodologies, theoretical perspectives, and cultural contexts, demonstrating the vitality and relevance of social anthropology in today’s world. — Inika Murkumbi (Editorial)

Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Published 20 January, 2023
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Editor-in-Chief: Edoardo Chidichimo
Managing Editors: Inika Murkumbi, Liam McClain, Kitty Beck, Sofia Ferreira
ISSN: 2753-3506


This second issue of the journal features a focus on neuroscience, highlighting its many approaches within different fields: from the clinical study of neurological reality monitoring deficits, to the anatomical and evolutionary basis of the default mode network, neuropsychological explorations of the syndrome of bedtime procrastination, and methodological challenges in neurodevelopmental research. These articles are in addition to the deeply individual analysis of anthropology and theology discussed earlier, through the use of visual art. — Sofia Ferreira (Editorial)

Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour
Published 04 October, 2022
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Editor-in-Chief: Edoardo Chidichimo
Managing Editors: Inika Murkumbi, Liam McClain, Kitty Beck, Sofia Ferreira
ISSN: 2753-3506


From developmental behavioural and peer problems, a new diagnostic model for disorders concerning empathy, psychological methods to reduce discrimination, sex differences in anxiety, a broad anthropological engagement with religion, discussion on population control rhetoric, and a special article on transmasculine youths in urban Finland, this issue promises to provide an eclectic engagement and study of human behaviour. — Edoardo Chidichimo (Editorial)

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