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About Laetitia Marechal

Laetitia Marechal is a Lecturer in College of Social Science. I have a broad interest in Primatology/Anthropology, Conservation Psychology, Behavioural Ecology, Endocrinology and Conservation Biology. I am particularly interested in the application of multidisciplinary methods for understanding the relationships between humans, animals and their environment, including human-wildlife interactions.

Subject Specialism

Conservation Psychology, Human-Animal Relationships, Animal Welfare, Primatology, Anthropology, Behavioural Ecology, Endocrinology, Environmental stress, and Wildlife Tourism


  • PhD in Anthropology — University of Roehampton (UK),
  • MRes Primatology — University of Roehampton (UK),
  • MSc. Applied Ecology and Ethology — University of St Etienne (France),
  • Master 1 Population Dynamics — University of Tours (France),
  • BSc. Biology — University of Poitiers (France),

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Research Interests

  • Animal Cognition

  • animal welfare

  • Anthropology

  • Behavioural Ecology

  • Conservation Biology

  • Conservation Psychology

  • endocrinology

  • Human-Animal Relationships

  • Primatology

  • Wildlife Tourism

Research Groups Memberships

Research in the Lincoln Repository