Danielle Sulikowski


I graduated with a BSc (Zoology) from the University of New England in 2002 and with a BSc (Hons Class 1) from Macquarie University in 2005. I completed my PhD at Macquarie University in 2010 and commenced work at Charles Sturt University as a Lecturer in the School of Psychology in 2011.

My research has focused on Evolutionary Psychology and Comparative Cognition. I am investigating the evolution of cognitive mechanisms that underpin foraging in birds (and humans); and various aspects of human evolutionary psychology including visual attention, face perception and signaling, and psychopathy.

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Behavioural Ecology

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