When Ethology Meets the Social Sciences: A Primatological Perspective on Human Behavior during Conflicts

Virginial Pallante, a visiting researcher from the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, explains how ethology intersects with the social sciences. Through a primatological lens, Virginia examines human behavior during conflicts, exploring the role of emotions and bystander responses. Her interdisciplinary approach not only enriches the understanding of human behavior but also emphasizes the necessity of collaborative work in addressing complex societal questions.

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