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Daniel Nettle (born 1970) is a British behavioural scientist, biologist and social scientist. He is notable for his research that integrates psychology with evolutionary and comparative biology. After obtaining a BA in Psychology and Philosophy at Oxford University, Nettle went on to complete a PhD in Biological Anthropology at University College London. He is a CNRS senior researcher at the Institut Jean Nicod, an interdisciplinary research institute associated with the Ecole Normale Superieure and EHESS in Paris.
Daniel Nettle is the author of several books, most notably, Happiness: The Science Behind Your Smile (2005), Personality: What Makes You the Way You Are (2007), Tyneside Neighbourhoods: Deprivation, Social Life and Social Behaviour in One English City (2015). and Hanging on to the Edges: Essays on Science, Society and the Academic Life. The last two are free open-access e-books. President of European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association (EHBEA) from 2013 to 2016.
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- Nettle, D. (2005). Happiness: The Science behind your Smile. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Nettle, D. (2007). Personality: What Makes You the Way You Are. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Nettle, D. (2015) Tyneside Neighbourhoods: Deprivation, Social Life and Social Behaviour in One English City. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers
- Nettle, D. (2018). Hanging on to the Edges: Essays on Science, Society and the Academic Life. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers.
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