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Emory University
Neuroscience and Animal Behavior

Educational Program
Web Site: http://www.psychology.emory.edu/nab/index.html

Director: Kim Wallen
Phone: 1 (404) 727-7-4125   Fax: 1 (404) 727-0372  
532 North Kilgo Circle, Atlanta, Georgia 30322-2470 UNITED STATES
Department: Psychology
Institution: Emory University
Affiliations: Yerkes National Primate Research Center

Mission: Research and teaching in neuroscience and animal behavior.

Principal Research Programs: Primate related research: Primate cognitive development and memory (Bachevalier); Primate communication and social behavior (Gouzoules); Primate and comparative cognition (Hampton); Primate social systems and reconciliation (de Waal); Primate behavioral endocrinology and development (Wallen); Primate and comparative visual neuroscience (Rodman); various Yerkes Center faculty outside of Psychology are also affiliated with the program (see Emory URL).

Training Opportunities: Educational opportunities available for: Undergraduate, Graduate; Field work opportunities available; Financial support usually available; Note: Inquiries concerning graduate study can be directed to Dr. Wallen or any listed faculty.

Last Updated: 2009-08-13


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