JENNIFER JACQUET is an assistant professor of environmental studies at NYU. She was formerly a postdoctoral researcher, Fisheries Centre/Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia, where she also did her Ph.D.
She works at the intersection of conservation, cooperation, and technology, with an emphasis on the evolution, function, and future of shame.
Her areas of research/interest include marine ecology; conservation & evolutionary biology; cooperation; social approval; the evolution and function of guilt, honor, and shame, and the role of information technology in shaping environmental action—which fall under a broad interest in the tragedy of the commons.
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