4th Summer Institute in Human Ethology Sponsored by ISHE and the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI August 6-9, 2013 www.ISHE.org Details: The International Society for Human Ethology will hold its 4th Biennial Summer Institute on Human Ethology at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, USA, on 6-9 August More
PBS: We humans have long wondered how animals see the world—and us. Does your dog really feel shame when it gives you that famous “guilty look?” What is behind the “swarm intelligence” of slime mold or a honeybee hive? How can pigeons possibly find their way home across hundreds of More
Scientific American: In 1988, a three-year-old child is led into a brightly colored testing room in a psychology department in Bloomington, Indiana. A small toy is brought out and put onto a table in front of the child. The toy was wooden, blue, about two inches square, and U-shaped. “This More
NPR: Well, yeah, I think so. So for a long time, the research on the midlife crisis, or the views on the midlife crisis, have primarily looked at it in terms of social forces. So there’s psychological and socio-psychological explanations that were offered, things about money and so on and More
The New York Times: Toddlers just learning to speak associate words with shape, not size or texture. Anything shaped like a telephone, for instance, might be called “phone.” But a new study suggests that dogs tend to associate words with size rather than shape. This difference makes it “very doubtful More
OppNet, NIH’s Opportunity Network for basic behavioral and social science research grants, announces its second FY2013 RFA: Basic social and behavioral research on culture, health, and wellbeing (R24). Application Due Date: December 17, 2012 Purpose: This RFA encourages grant applications for infrastructure support to develop, strengthen, and evaluate transdisciplinary approaches More
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