[BERG] No BERG next Wednesday 4th April
h.m.buchanan-smith at stir.ac.uk
Fri Mar 30 15:44:44 BST 2012
There is no BERG next week as it is mid-semester break.
Below you will find the rest of the schedule - noting a change to 2nd May - we have Maribel Recharte presenting on "Tourism as a means to mitigate perceived costs of coexistence with giant otters in the Peruvian Amazon."
Enjoy the Easter break, Hannah
Taking Personality Bias Seriously in Cognitive Research: A Case Example in Brown Capuchin Monkeys
Alex Weiss (University of Edinburgh) Does personality predict all-cause mortality in captive gorillas?
Eoin O' Sullivan
Automatic imitation in capuchin monkeys
Maribel Recharte Tourism as a means to mitigate perceived costs of coexistence with giant otters in the Peruvian Amazon
3 May, 11-12 and 1-2.30, 2A73
Liz Bate - Measuring Behaviour (see previous messages)
Alasdair Gillies (Blair Drummond) - Undergraduate research projects available for next year at Blair Drummond Safari Park
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Hannah M. Buchanan-Smith
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Psychology, School of Natural Sciences
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