At Southwestern, animal behavior researchers explore animal communication, emotions, instincts, culture and learning in pursuit of better understanding how animals behave and interact.
The scientific study of animal behavior has been responsible for numerous breakthroughs in the understanding of the animal world, and in turn the human one.
Animal Behavior Program teaches students about human behavior, too
For their study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, Katherine Goldey and Sari van Anders randomly assigned 128 women and 98 men to one of four groups, or “arousal conditions.”
Animal Behavior alumna and now NSF Graduate Fellow, Katy Goldey (previously Siciliano) has a new paper out in Hormones and Behavior.