54th Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, Canada
June 12-16, 2017
The Animal Behavior Society was founded in 1964 to promote the study of animal behavior in the broadest sense, including studies using descriptive and experimental methods under natural and controlled conditions. Current members' research activities span the invertebrates and vertebrates, both in the field and in the laboratory, and include experimental psychology, behavioral ecology, neuroscience, zoology, biology, applied ethology, and human ethology as well as many other specialized areas.
Conference Hosts: Maydianne Andrade and Andrew Mason
Local Organizing Committee: Darryl Gwynne, John Ratcliffe, Helen Rodd, Locke Rowe, Marla Sokolowski
Program Officer: Mark E. Hauber
Program Officer-Elect: Jonathan Pruitt