25th APS Annual Convention: Mark Your Calendar (Washington, DC, USA - May 23-26, 2013)


Studying Social Temperament: A Comparative Approach

Sunday, May 26, 2013, 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
Virginia Suite B

Chair: Louise C. Hawkley
University of Chicago

This symposium is designed to foster greater awareness of parallel animal and human research on temperament, especially social temperament, and to facilitate dialogue among researchers in the animal and human domains to enhance the contributions of each to an understanding of the antecedents and consequences of variability in social temperament.

Subject Area: Personality/Emotion

Modeling behavioral inhibition in rodents: Behavioral and physiological parallels between humans and rodents
Sonia A. Cavigelli
Pennsylvania State University

Co-Author: Christina Ragan, Pennsylvania State University

The influence of social isolation across phylogeny
Greg J. Norman
University of Chicago

A regulatory focus model of rat behavior and welfare
Becca Franks
Columbia University

Co-Author: E. Tory Higgins, Columbia University

Co-Author: Frances A. Champagne, Columbia University

Lonely monkeys? Behavioral and physiological correlates of variation in sociability in rhesus monkeys
John P. Capitanio
University of California, Davis

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