Like all crises, the pandemic of the Covid-19 has changed our behaviours and our expectations. Between flare-ups of altruism and the selfish attitudes, between the fear of risk and its denial, between the desire for rupture and the return to mechanical life, it is sometimes difficult to make the share of things between the phenomena of anecdotal and actual trends. To see more clearly, we interviewed Daniel Nettle, professor of behavioural science at Newcastle university, who has worked, among others, on cooperation and social trust. To the key, a vision étonn... Article reserved to subscribers
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