Tema: Science Showcase: What Can Other Species Tell Us About Human Behavior?
Descripción: How do birds, insects, and primates help shed light on human behavior? Dorothy Fragaszy, editor of the Journal of Comparative Psychology, will lead us through recent animal research that has improved our understanding of social learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. Panelists will discuss their recent articles in the journal, describing newly-discovered parallels between animal and human behavior. There will be a moderated Q&A so participants can pose questions. If you’re interested in how psychologists study behavior, you’ll want to join us!
This episode is part of “Science Showcase”, APA’s new webinar series on hot topics in psychological science research, presented firsthand by the authors who did the work. Each month, an editor from one of APA’s 89 journals will invite recently published researchers to share their findings and relate them to the pressing issues of our time.
Camilla Cenni, PhD Candidate, The University of Lethbridge
Tomer (Tommy) Czaczkes, PhD, Animal Comparative Economics Lab Group Leader, University of Regensburg
Nora Prior, PhD, Cornell University
Dorothy Fragaszy, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Comparative Psychology and Professor Emerita, University of Georgia
Derek Snyder, PhD, Senior Director for Science Partnerships, American Psychological Association Hora
15 nov 2022 03:30 p. m. en Hora del este (EE. UU. y Canadá)