Dr Aaron Sell lectures in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University doing research on anger and aggression from an evolutionary perspective. He received his PhD in evolutionary psychology from the prestigious Center for Evolutionary Psychology at UC Santa Barbara.
Aaron’s research relates models of animal aggression to human anger. By doing this he is able to identify variables that predict aggression and anger in humans, and study how they differ between man and woman. His research has been widely covered in the press, and he teaches several popular courses at Griffith.