[BERG] BERG: Observational learning in parrots
kristin.descovich at stir.ac.uk
Mon Mar 23 14:50:37 GMT 2015
This Wednesday we will have Deborah Bruce presenting on "Observational learning in African grey parrots". The capacity for vocal imitation in this parrot species is unparalleled, however little is known about their capability for observational learning. Deborah is going to examine recent evidence from a group of African Greys on imitative and emulative forms of observational learning during an artificial fruit paradigm.
As usual, we will meet in room 3A94 (Psychology common room) at 5:30pm, and will have drinks and nibbles available. For details on upcoming BERG seminars please visit: www.stir.ac.uk/natural-sciences/research/seminars/psychology/berg-seminars<http://www.stir.ac.uk/natural-sciences/research/seminars/psychology/berg-seminars>.
I hope to see you all on Wednesday night!
Dr Kris Descovich
Research Fellow in Animal Welfare
Psychology, School of Natural Sciences
University of Stirling
Stirling, FK9 4LA
Tel: 01786 467643
E-mail: kristin.descovich at stir.ac.uk<mailto:kristin.descovich at stir.ac.uk>
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