Event Title

Current Directions: Comparative Psychology & Social Neuroscience Laboratory

Location

Memorial Library 45

Start Date

29-3-2019 12:00 PM

End Date

29-3-2019 12:30 PM

Description

At the Comparative Psychology & Social Neuroscience Laboratory we are interested in exploring factors that influence the incredible diversity in the nervous systems across animals. We use morphological approaches (including: stereology and computed tomography) and quantitative methods to investigate factors that may selectively influence adaptive behavior, brain organization, and brain evolution. Our current projects focus on examining various aspects of: brain organization and cytoarchitecture, brain development, and social behavior in rodent, carnivore, and human models.

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Mar 29th, 12:00 PM Mar 29th, 12:30 PM

Current Directions: Comparative Psychology & Social Neuroscience Laboratory

Memorial Library 45

At the Comparative Psychology & Social Neuroscience Laboratory we are interested in exploring factors that influence the incredible diversity in the nervous systems across animals. We use morphological approaches (including: stereology and computed tomography) and quantitative methods to investigate factors that may selectively influence adaptive behavior, brain organization, and brain evolution. Our current projects focus on examining various aspects of: brain organization and cytoarchitecture, brain development, and social behavior in rodent, carnivore, and human models.