Sabine Noebel graduated from the University of Bonn and received her PhD from the University of Siegen (both in Germany). Her PhD project was supervised by Klaudia Witte and focused on social information use during mate choice in a group of fish called poeciliids. Then, she did a 4-year post-doc with Etienne Danchin at Université de Toulouse (France) on cultural transmission of mating preferences in fruit flies and fish. Since three years she is a research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse.
I am a PhD student in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam. I have always been interested in what makes human groups work (or not). Why do we at times cooperate and others are at war? Are the historical circumstances […]