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Bucknell University
Animal Behavior Program
(Established 1967)
Educational Program
Web Site: http://www.bucknell.edu/departments/psychology/Animal_Behavior/

Director: Peter Judge
Phone: 1 (570) 577-1200   Fax: 1 (570) 577-7007   E-Mail: pjudge@bucknell.edu
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 UNITED STATES
Department: Psychology Department and Animal Behavior Program
Institution: Bucknell University

Mission: The program in animal behavior offers an interdisciplinary major that includes the subject matters of biology and psychology. The focus is directed toward understanding behavior and providing the student with a background uniting ecological, ethological, environmental, evolutionary, and experimental approaches to the study of animal life.

Principal Research Programs: Social behavior, cognition, social cognition, conflict resolution, reconciliation

Training Opportunities: Coursework and research leading to BA, BS, or MS degrees in Animal Behavior or Psychology.

Financial Aid: Financial support available for Masters students as teaching assistantship for tuition waiver and stipend.
Undergraduates may receive financial aid.

Number of Staff: 1

Supported Species: 13 Cebus apella (tufted capuchin), 3 Macaca silenus (lion-tailed macaque), 21 Papio hamadryas (hamadryas baboon), 8 Saimiri sciureus (common squirrel monkey)

Last Updated: 2009-06-09


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