Behavioural scientist

Bio :

Coralie Chevallier is a behavioural scientist studying the evolutionary and cognitive determinants of social cognition. Her work focuses on the way motivational factors affect people’s social behaviours, and in particular the impact of stress and environmental harshness on cooperation and social trust, as well as parental investment and attitudes towards health and education.

She co-directs the Evolution and Social Cognition group at ENS  and is an INSERM researcher in the Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives et Computationnelles (U960). She can be found on Google Scholar and Twitter.

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