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Scientist and metal drummer Marisa Hoeschele received an honours B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy at the University of Guelph, Canada in 2006. After that she completed an M.Sc. and PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Comparative Cognition and Behaviour at the University of Alberta, Canada. In 2013 she moved to Vienna as a post-d…
 
Woo hoo! This one should be fun. Partly because I'm talking to.a friend and colleague from Algoma University. Also because it will be only the second episode I've done face to face. Jenn Foote came by my podcast studio (OK, look, I have two podcasting studios in my house, because I'm me, so to be clear, she came to Studio B). and we talked about he…
 
OK, look, I won't lie, I do love talking to all of the people who have come on the podcast. But, there is one person I've been hoping to talk to since way back in Season 1. It's FIONA CROSS! Fiona got her BSc (Hons) in Psychology in 2001 before she began working with spiders and then she got her MSc (with Distinction) in Zoology in 2003 and her PhD…
 
Michael J. Beran is Professor of Psychology and Co-Director of the Language Research Center at Georgia State University. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Oglethorpe University in 1995, his M.A. in 1997, and his Ph.D. in 2002, both from Georgia State University. His research is conducted with human and nonhuman primates, including chimpanzees…
 
On today's edition of Spit and Twitches: The Animal Cognition Podcast, I'm joined by Aimee Sue Dunlap. She is an associate professor of biology at the University of Missouri at St. Louis. Aimee got her undergraduate degree in biology, history and English in 2000 from the University of Memphis and then her MS in biology from Northern Arizona Univers…
 
Today on the podcast I'm joined by Caroline Strang. Caroline is known for her work with bees, horses, dogs, and scarves. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Toronto where she worked closely with someone you have have heard of, Sara Shettleworth. She then went on to work at the University of Western Ontario wit…
 
Only guest with a baseball scholarship Jeff Martin joins me on the podcast this week. He's actually the first non psychologist on the show. He's a biologist or something... Jeff attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) from 2011-2015 on a baseball scholarship. He earned both a BSc in Health and Sports Science and a second BSc in Biol…
 
Jenna was wearing PPE before it was coolYES THE PODCAST IS BACK! I'm really happy to be back doing these. They take some time, so I waited until my next sabbatical. Well, my next sabbatical is NOW. Look, OK, I'm pretty psyched for this, but let's not make this all about me. We open up season 2 with Jenna Congdon, who is a postdoc at York University…
 
Hi everyone. So 3506 is done anyway, my part anyway, as it’s just student presentations left. Stats, well, there’s still stuff to do, but I have all of the old classes available in podcast form! Classes are cancelled. Mine already were because I broke my leg (!), but now the university has cancelled classes due to #COVID19 (which is the right call)…
 
From the psychology department at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, here's Dave Brodbeck. Courses this term PSYC 4006 - History of Psychology, PSYC/BIOL 2606 Introduction to Behavioural Neuroscience and PSYCH 3106 - Animal BehaviourBy Dr. Dave Brodbeck (dave.brodbeck@lgomau.ca)
 
From the psychology department at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, here's Dave Brodbeck. Courses this term PSYC 4006 - History of Psychology, PSYC/BIOL 2606 Introduction to Behavioural Neuroscience and PSYCH 3106 - Animal BehaviourBy Dr. Dave Brodbeck (dave.brodbeck@lgomau.ca)
 
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