Previous Graduate Students

Graduation Date: Name:

Thesis Title:

May 2008 Sarah A. Jablonski

A Longitudinal Investigation of Novelty Reaction and Impulsivity in Rats from Infancy through Adulthood

May 2009 Diana B. Klimas

Concurrent Object Learning in Rats Using a Transitive Inference Paradigm

May 2010 Kimberly A. Ailstock

The Effect of the Maternal Experience on Novel Object and Location Recognition in Female Rats

May 2010 William B. Layton

The Effects of Predatory Stress on Novelty Preference in Rats

May 2010 Sarah A. Williams

The Effect of Pair Bonding on Neck-Rest Preferences in Caribbean Flamingos

May 2012 Justin J. McGraw

The Effects of Nicotine on Novel Object Preference While Monitoring Ultrasonic Vocalizations in Rats

May 2012 Patrese A. Robinson

Behavioral Lateralization and Social Behavior in the Northern Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita)

May 2013 Alicia I. Peluso

Lateral Feeding Behavior and Scratching Preference in Relation to Social Behavior in Captive Caribbean Flamingos

May 2013 Erica A. Royer

Social Dominance in Captive Caribbean Flamingos Phoenicopterus ruber and the the Relation to Pair Bonding and Physiological Measures of Health

     
     
     

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