Faculty in the BEN area seek to understand behavior and cognition through investigations of the integrated roles of evolution, development, and mechanisms. The emphasis is on naturalistic behaviors of animals and ecologically relevant behaviors of humans. Comparative perspectives are well represented, the full range of development, including aging, is investigated, and both social and non-social behaviors are explained. Core questions are, what are the mechanisms (brain, sensory, endocrine, and behavioral) that enable animals (including humans) to behave appropriately? How do these mechanisms work? How do they develop? How did they evolve?
|Thomas A. Cleland||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||278E||607-255-8099||Profile|
|Timothy J. DeVoogd||Professoremail@example.com||278B||607-255-6430||Profile|
|Michael H. Goldstein||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||270||607-255-6392||Profile|
|Alexander G. Ophir||Assistant Professoremail@example.com||224||607-255-3714||Profile|
|David M. Smith||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||236||607-227-0045||Profile|