Christopher Kavanagh (Postdoctoral Researcher) gave a talk at the 4th Luncheon Seminar in Human Sciences.

Human Sciences Division (Graduate School of Letters/Faculty of Letters, Hokkaido University) held the 4th Luncheon Seminar on October 13th. Christopher Kavanagh (Postdoctoral Researcher) presented his research.

Faculty working group: Assoc. Prof. Masanori Takezawa (Behavioral Science), Assoc. Prof. Junichiro Kawahara (Psychology), Assoc. Prof. Kenji Ogawa(Psychology), Assoc. Prof. Hommerich Carola (Sociology), Assoc, Prof. Masatoshi Sasaoka (Regional Sciences)

Date & Time: 2017. 10. 13 (Fri) 12:15-13:00

Location: Hokkaido University, The Humanities and Social Science Building, room W409

Speaker: Christopher Kavanagh (Behavioral Science, Postdoctoral Researcher)

Title: Do extreme rituals promote pro-sociality? A quasi-experimental study of fire walking festivals.