Vol. 59, No. 3 | August 2014
 

2014 Annual Meeting

Dan Rubenstein giving his President’s Plenary on Why Behavior Matters

The 51st ABS Meeting was held at Princeton University and had over 760 attendees from 23 countries. With five concurrent sessions, the meeting included over 350 talks and over 220 posters. The meeting was highlighted by many exceptional symposia and plenaries, including a keynote plenary by Iain Couzin on Collective Sensing and Decision Making, the closing plenary by Tim Clutton-Brock on the Origins of Society, and the President’s Plenary by Dan Rubenstein on Why Behavior Matters. Symposia included the past president’s symposium, organized by Robert Seyfarth, on How the Evolution of Sociality Shapes the Brain, Behavior, and Cognition.

Two generations of animal behaviorists, Dan and Dustin Rubenstein, attending the 2014 meeting in Princeton.

 
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