The research program Evolutionary origins of Human Cognitive Abilities seeks to yield critical insights on the underlying variables driving the change in human cognitive processes and accompanying genetic adaptation. The research adopts a multi-disciplinary approach incorporating recent advances in evolutionary studies and findings from neuroscience, anthropology, archaeology, evolutionary biology, and psychology.
The research seeks to explore all possible strands that correlates physical spatiality with the human cognitive processes and devise interventions to optimise cognitive responses.
The research investigates how material wellbeing and perceptual wellbeing works as relative determinants in conditioning our mind for positive emotions.
The research seeks to explore the cognitive and non-cognitive processes involved in making of a successful leader and isolate the major determinants for developing frameworks.
A leader is defined as a person who holds a dominant or superior position within its field and is able to exercise a high degree of influence over others.
The project involves scientific study of all major educational system in prevalence today to assess how the systems are working to promote or impede critical thinking.
The research investigates as to how perceptual organisation defines a person’s emotional intelligence.