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Psychological Foundations Lab








Tyler Wereha

Tyler completed his Ph.D. at Simon Fraser University in 2015 and is currently an instructor at Columbia College. He is interested in the development of joint attention capacities, especially pointing, and the use of evolutionary theory in psychology in general and developmental and comparative psychology in particular.

Tyler did his M.A. research in avian attachment behaviour which largely led to his interest in the interplay between developmental and evolutionary processes. His work in animal behaviour led him to a systems view that appreciates the complex, sometimes non-obvious pathways development takes, as well as the multitude of factors that influence it. He applies this perspective to the study of joint attention and to his theoretical work.

Contact: tylerwereha@gmail.com