ABEH-A A350 Laboratory in Animal Behavior (3 credit hours)
New for Fall 2017: In this formal lab course, students will learn to observe, quantify, and manipulate animal behavior in a laboratory setting. Students will practice fundamental experimental techniques used in ethological research. This will include experiments using invertebrate and vertebrate model organisms, with students designing independent group projects to complete during the course of the semester. Assignments will include written laboratory reports and a final oral presentation to the class.
Instructor: Dr. Adam Smith.
Meets Tuesday 2:00-5:00 p.m. in JH 061.
Counts toward the formal lab course requirement for the Animal Behavior major.