Psychology and Brain Sciences | Animal Behavior
P417 | 8700 | Timberlake, W.
Animal behavior is a broad, integrative, field of study, combining
elements of natural history, evolution, systematics, genetics,
development,learning, cognition, ethology, sensory psychology and
physiology,life history strategies, neuroscience, behavioral and
social ecology, primate anthropology, and evolutionary psychology.
The course will survey species, theories, observations, and
experiments. A required paper on a species chosen by each student
will help the student integrate the course topics as they relate to
a specific species.