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University
Discipline (Bio/Zoo/Psychology/Etc)
MA-MS/PhDProfessorsTopics
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Antioch University
Conservation Psychology Institute
PhDJoy Ackerman
Environmental Studies leader of certificate program
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City University of New York
Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology
PhDSheila Chase
Comparative Cognition; Animal Behavior and Conservation, Memory and Decision Processing - Pigeon
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City University of New York
Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology
PhDDiana Reiss
Comparative cognition, animal behavior and communication, marine mammal cognition
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City University of New York
Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology
PhDDavid Lahti
Cultural evolution in birds; Development and evolution of song in swamp sparrows
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Cornell University
Psychology - Behavioral and Evolutionary Neuroscience
PhD
Timothy J. DeVoogd
How birds encode learned behaviors like song or memory for food locations - brain area interactions
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Emory
Neuroscience and Animal Behavior in Psychology
PhD
Frans B. M. De Waal
Social behavior and social cognition - primates
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Emory
Neuroscience and Animal Behavior in Psychology
PhDHarold Gouzoules
Communication - primates
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Indiana University Bloomington
Animal Behavior LabJefferey Alberts
Ontogeny of species-typical behavior, Maturation of sensory and physiological processes, Development of learning and memory
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Indiana University.
Psychology and Brain Science - Animal Behavior Farm
PhDMeredith West
Social behavior in cowbirds and quail
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Memorial University of Newfoundland
PsychologyPhDDave Wilson
Anthropogenic disturbance on animal communication, information content of animal signals - birds and frogs
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Middlebury College
Conservation Psychology Lab
PhDMichelle Mccauley
Attitudes and children developmental Psychology
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Oakland UniversityPsychologyPhDJennifer Vonk
Cognition with development and social - compare with humans
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University of St Andrews - Scotland
School of Psychology and Neuroscience
PhDJosep Call
Evolution of cognition and tool use - primates
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University of St Andrews - Scotland
School of Psychology and Neuroscience
PhDCat Hobaiter
Evolution of communication and social behavior - chimps in field
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University Georgia
Primate Cognition and Behavior Lab in Psychology
PhDAllison Howard
How animals conceptualize space, remember and return to locations
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University Georgia
Primate Cognition and Behavior Lab in Psychology
PhDDorothy Fragaszy
Flexible instrumental behavior (problem-solving), manipulation, foraging and feeding - primates
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University of Michigan
Biopsychology in Psychology
PhDThore Bergman
Primate focus, social behavior and social cognition from an evolutionary perspective, dominance and family relationships structure primate social groups
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University of California San Marcos
PsychologyPhDNancy Caine
Marmot behavior
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University of Kentucky  PsychologyPhDThomas R. Zentall
Comparative Psychology in Doves
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University of LethbridgePsychologyPhDJean-Baptiste Leca
Primate ethology (capuchin monkeys, macaques), animal culture, behavioral tradition, social learning, innovation, object play, tool-use, token exchange, sexual behavior, non-adaptive behavior, personality
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University of Lethbridge, Canada
PsychologyPhDDavid Logue
Adelaide’s Warblers evolution of interactive communication - opportunity to study other topics
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University of Massachusetts
Psychology and Brain Sciences - Animal Behavior
PhDElizabeth M. Jakob
Animal behavior, especially perception, learning, and social behavior - spiders
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University of Michigan
Psychology and Anthropology - Biopsychology
PhDJacinta C. Beehner
Female counter strategies to male coercive reproductive tactics, such as infanticide - baboon, geladas in field
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University of South Australia
School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
PhDCarla Litchfield
Conservation Psychology and Applied Animal Behavior Research Group
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University of TennesseePsychologyPhDPreston Foerder
Comparative cognition - works with whatever he has access to - African elephant
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Comparative Communication Lab in Psychology
PhDTodd M. Freeberg
Roles of social groups on vocal signaling in Chickadees and Titmice, taking developmental, mechanistic, and functional approaches
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University of Washington
Animal Behavior in Psychology
PhD
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Kansas State Univeristy
Animal behavior Neuroscience
PhDDr. Mary Cain
Drug abuse: rats: nuronal structures of drug abuse
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Kansas State University
Animal behavior Neuroscience
PhD
Dr. Kimberly Kirkpatrick
neurobiological mechanisms regarding impulsive drug choices: pigeons rats and people
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Kansas State University
Animal Behavior Neuroscience
PhD
Dr. Charles Pickens
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Minnesota State University mankato
Experimental PsychologyCertificate
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University of ArkansasExperimental PsychologyPhDKate ChapmannNo Lab
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Arkansas State UniversityDr. Kris BiondolilloNo Lab
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McNeese State UniversityExperimental PsychologyMSCam L. Melville
Research lab based on principles of behavior; not humans specifically
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Universty of WisconsinChristopher Coe
Harlow Center for Biological Psychology
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Non Psychology programs
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Arizona State UniversityAnimal BehaviorPhDLeah Gerber
Sustainable resource use and protection of marine biodiversity - policy based
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Binghamton UniversityBiologyPhDAnne B. Clark
Parent-offspring relations; ecology and life history of cooperative behaviors, virus transmission – American Crows
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Boston University
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
PhD
Christopher Schmitt
Primates - genes and dental patterns
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Bucknell UniversityAnimal BehaviorPhD
Regina Paxton Gazes
Cognitive abilities in primates - how socially housed primates learn, remember, and organize information.
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Bucknell University
Biology and Animal Behavior
PhDDeeann Reeder
South Sudan: biodiversity surveys, studies of disease ecology, and participate in conservation efforts - bats
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Clark UniversityBiologyPhDSusan Foster
Phenotypic plasticity in sticklebacks
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Columbia University
Anthropology Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
PhDMarina Cords
Social behavior - primates, Kenya Kakamega Monkey Project
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George Mason University
Environmental Science and Policy
PhDChris Parsons
Marine Mammals and Conservation - Society for Conservation Biology
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Humboldt State University
Wildlife - Natural Resources
PhDBarbara Cluc
Conservation Biology, Urban Ecology and Animal Behavior
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Hunter CollegeAnimal BehaviorPhD
Ofer Tchernichovski
Mechanisms of vocal learning - Zebra Finch
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Hunter CollegeAnimal BehaviorPhDMark E. Hauber
Evolutionary hypotheses and ecological contexts of animal behavior. How animals tell apart their friends from their enemies. Focused on brood parasitic birds
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Hunter College
Animal Behavior and Conservation
PhDJoshua Plotnik
Convergent cognition evolution, comparative cognition, elephant behavior and cognition, animal behavior and cognition research - conservation in practice
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Indiana University
Evolution Ecology and Behavior
PhDKim Rosvall
Comp phenotypes in females, neuroendocrine mechanisms in swallows
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Indiana University
Evolution Ecology and Behavior
PhDEllen Ketterson
Hormone effects on dark eyed junco behavior
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Indiana University
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
PhDVicky Meretsky
Conservation planning on pub lands, impacts of state and federal planting policies on managed relocation under climate change
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Long Island University PostBiologyPhDJennifer L. Snekser
Ethology, ecology, and evolution in fish species
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Massey University
Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences
PhDKaren Stockin
Conservation and animal welfare with whale strandings
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Michigan State University
Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior Program
PhD
Robert Montgomery
Characterizing individual variation in resource selection of elk in Missouri - effects of climate change
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Oregon State University
Wildlife Conservation in Fisheries Department
PhDLeigh Torres
Marine Mammal Institute - spatio-temporal habitat use, distribution and behavior patterns of a species in relation to Environmental variability, anthropogenic threats University of California as fisheries, vessel traffic, climate change, and habitat alterations
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Oregon State University
Wildlife Conservation in Fisheries Department
PhDAri S. Friedlaender
Marine Mammal Institute » Bio-Telemetry and Behavioral Ecology Laboratory - has studies the anthropocentric sound disturbances on whales
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Purdue
Evolutionary Ecology; Behavioral Ecology
PhDJeffery LC
Avian communication
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Saint Josephs UniversityEnvironmental ScienceUnd.Scott McRobert
Biodiversity Laboratory:
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Texas A&MWildlife SciencePhDBart M. Ballard
Waterfowl and Wetland Birds Research Program
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The Rockefeller UniversityBiological SciencePhD
Nottebohm, Fernando
Evolution and Genetics
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The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Department of Animal Biology (School of Integrative Biology)
PhDAlison M Bell
Why individual animals behave differently from each other. - sticklebacks
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The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Department of Animal Biology (School of Integrative Biology)
PhDBrawn
Conservation biology
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Tulane University
Ecology and Evolution Biology
PhDDonata Henry
Ornithology and ecology
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Tulane University
Ecology and Evolution Biology
PhDJordan Karubian
Conservation planning - Malurus Fairy-wrens
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Tulane University
Ecology and Evolution Biology
PhDThomas Sherry
Controls or limits populations, including food resources, competition, predators, dispersal barriers - in human influences on habitats and landscapes Caribbean, especially Jamaica, and Central America
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University of AlbertaPsychologyChris Sturdy
avian acoustics
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University of British Columbia
Land and Food SystemsPhDDavid Fraser
Animal welfare and wildlife-human interactions
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University of California Berkeley
Environmental Science, Policy and Management
PhDArthur Middleton
Effects of Environmental change on behavioral, population, and community ecology of large mammals
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University of California DavisAnimal BehaviorPhDGail Patricelli
Effects of noise pollution on acoustic communication and breeding behaviors of sage-grouse
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University of California DavisEcologyPhDDouglas Kelt
Salt marsh mouse monitoring
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University of California Davis
Environmental Science & Policy (College of Biological Sciences)
PhDAnew Sih
Ecology and evolution of behavior, evolution of behavior associated with ecological invasions, and social network analyses in an behavior
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University of California Davis
Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology
PhDTim Caro
External coloration, on strategies to cons habitats and species in Tanzania
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University of California LA
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
PhDDan Blumstein
Yellow bellied marmots at Rocky Mountain Biology Lab
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University of California LA
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
PhDPamela Yeh
Avian urban ecology and evolution - Dark-eyed juncos, house sparrows
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University of California Monterey Bay
Environmental ScienceMSJenny Duggan
Connectivity wildlife in hum-dominated area; Effects of domestic animals
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University of California Santa Cruz
Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior Program
PhDChris Wilmers
How climate change, habitat alteration and hunting influences animal behavior, population dynamics and community organization
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University of California Santa Cruz
Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior Program
PhDDan Costa
Marine mammal population effects from human disturbance
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University of Canterbury Human-Animal StudiesPhDPiers Locke
Primate ethology (capuchin monkeys, macaques), animal culture, behavior tradition, social learning, innovation, object play, tool-use, token exchange, sexual behavior, non-adaptive behavior, personality
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University of Central FloridaConservation BiologyPhDGraham Worthy
Marine mammal habitat use and feeding and repro - habitat refugia
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University of Colorado Boulder
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
PhDRebecca Safran
Individual variation (behavior, morphology, phenotype divergence -Barn Swallows)
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University of Connecticut
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
PhDMorgan Tingley
Global Change Ecology & Conservation in birds
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University of Iowa
Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience/Psychological & Brain Sciences
PhDEd Wasserman
pigeon categorization
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University of Melbourne
Animal Behavior and Evolution
PhDDevi Stuart-Fox
Animal Coloration & Evolutionary Ecology of Lizards
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University of MelbourneBiosciencesPhDMichelle Hall
Personality, communication in fairy wrens
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University of Minnesota
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
PhDMark Bee
Animal Communication Lab, we use anuran amphibians (frogs and toads - Signal Processing in Noisy Social Environmental
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University of Nevada RenoBehavior AnalysisPhD
Ramona Houmanfar
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University of North TexasBiological SciencesPhDJaime E. Jiménez
Biocultural Conservation in South Chile
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University of Tennessee
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
PhDSusan Riechert
Desert spider: genetic study of the effect of competitive interactions among conspecifics on the joint evolution of aggressiveness and body size
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University of Tennessee
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
PhDOrou Gaoue
Plant population dynamics, demographic modeling, ethnoecology, and the study of (non)human impacts on plant demography and plant-insect interactions -maybe too big focused
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University of VermontPsychological SciencePhDMark Bouton
5 biobehavioral labs - learning, habit formation, instrumental learning, etc
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University of Western Ontario
Cognitive, Developmental, & Brain Sciences
PhD
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Washington State UniversityBiological sciencePhDRaymond M. Quock
Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO₂) therapy has been approved by the FDA for a limited set of clinical indications, although there are clinical reports that HBO₂ therapy appears to be effective in a broader range of conditions, including several examples of chronic pain. We have demonstrated that HBO₂ therapy causes relief of acute pain and gathered convincing evidence that HBO₂ therapy activates central pathways that can produce long-lasting relief of neuropathic pain.
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Western Washignton UniversityNeuroscience PsychologyMSJeffrey W. Grimm
Animal models of drug taking and drug seeking, neurobiology of drug taking and drug seeking.
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From UIW List (did not copy already listed falculty)
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Texas Christian University
Experimental Psychology - Behavioral Neroscience
PhDBrenton Cooper
vocal and social communication
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Texas Christian University
Experimental Psychology - Behavioral Neroscience
PhDMauriciPapini
comparative neuroscience of anxiety and frustration.
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Texas Christian University
Experimental Psychology - Behavioral Neroscience
PhDGary Boehm
Neural-immune interactions, exercise, Alzeimer’s disease
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