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*See the attached flier for the entire quarter’s seminar schedule.
This week’s Animal Behavior Graduate Group seminar:
Dog diversity as a natural experiment in cognitive and behavioral evolution
Dr. Kevin MacLean
University of Arizona
Friday, February 1st at 12:10 pm in 1150 Hart Hall
Coffee and cookies will be available.
“Dr. Evan MacLean is a biological anthropologist and comparative psychologist with interests in cognitive evolution and the study of animal minds. He received his Ph.D. from Duke University in 2012, and served as Co-Director of the Duke Canine Cognition Center from 2012-2016. Dr. MacLean conducts research with diverse species ranging from chimpanzees and bonobos to lemurs and domestic dogs. His work is motivated by questions about what makes the human mind unique, as well as how and why cognition evolves.”
For more information about Dr. MacLean’s research: https://dogs.arizona.edu/people/dr-evan-maclean