Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor of Behavioural Science

I am a behavioural scientist whose chief interest is the application of ideas from ecology and evolution to human behaviour. I have worked on such topics as cooperation, reproductive decisions, parenting and families, personality, and health. My research uses theoretical modelling, as well as behavioural data from several countries, especially the UK. A current special interest is the impact of socioeconomic inequality on behaviour.

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