Research by GIS-CCS members is based on an interdisciplinary synergy that includes life science, humanities, social science, medicine and physical sciences focused on animal and human behaviour problems. The interdisciplinary composition and the levels of approach of fundamental and applied (with a societal aim) questions addressed by members of this group, as well as the training courses offered by this pool of competencies are unique, both at the national and international levels.
The GIS-CCS is at the origin of an important quantity of “grey literature” (masters’ essays, PhD theses…) as well as ANR projects and other emerging projects. Members of this group have reported major results concerning the evolution of language, remediation and neonatology.