Psychology | Animal Behavior
P417 | 25944 | Timberlake


Animal behavior is a broad, integrative, field of study,
combining elements of evolution and genetics, development, learning,
behavioral ecology, ethology, sensory psychology and neuroscience,
and a little anthropology and evolutionary psychology. The course
will survey broad elements of animal behavior, including methods,
models, and theories. A paper by each student will help integrate
these topic areas by focusing on how they relate to a particular
chosen species or animal.