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Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology

 
 

Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology

Students and faculty in the training area of Animal Behavior and Comparative Psychology conduct research to understand the functions and mechanisms of cognition and behavior in animals, including humans. Working within an evolutionary and comparative framework, we seek to understand the ultimate and proximate bases of behavioral diversity, cognitive complexity, and communication and recognition systems in animals from varied taxonomic groups, with diverse sensory modalities, within different social and ecological frameworks.

Mark. E. Hauber

Professor, Animal Behavior Training Area Head
Hunter College
Psychology
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065


Phone: (212) 369-6442