Vol. 67, No. 1 | Summer 2022
 

ABS 2022 Annual Meeting

 

ABS 2022 Keynote & Plenary Speakers

ABS is happy to announce the ABS 2022 program highlights. Please note the preliminary program is now available on the conference website here: https://www.animalbehaviorsociety.org/2022/program.php. Please check back for updates often.

 


Sabrina Amador-Vargas, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
The Classic Acacia-ant Mutualism Through the Lens of Behavior

Yimen Araya-Ajoy, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
From Individual Behavior to Population Level Change: The Role of Social Interactions in Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics.

Gerry Carter, Ohio State University
Social Lives of Vampire Bats.

Eileen Hebets, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Embracing the Power of Diversity, Curiosity, and Passion to Advance Scientific Discovery, Innovation, and Communication

Glauco Machado, Universidade de São Paulo
Male Dimorphism and Alternative Mating Tactics in an Eight-Legged World.


Noa Pinter-Wollman, University of California at Los Angeles
The Causes and Consequences of Social Interactions.

Zuleyma Tang-Martinez, University of Missouri at St. Louis
My Improbable Journey: Personal Experience as a Foundation for Opening Doors for the "Others" and for Challenging Paradigms in Science

 



ABS 2022 Symposia

 

Bridging Brain and Behavior in the Americas


Organized by: Marcela Fernandez-Vargas and Floria Mora-Kepfer Uy

Detailed observations of behavior for generating questions and answering them – a tribute to William Eberhard and Mary Jane West-Eberhard

Organized by: Fernando Soley and Rafael Rodríguez

Past-president Symposium

Organized by: Esteban Fernandez-Juricic, ABS Immediate Past-President

Allee Symposium for Best Student Paper

Organized by: Vanessa Ezenwa, ABS Second President-Elect

Click here to view updates and more information on the ABS 2022 Symposia.


 

 

 
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