Behavior and the Nervous System
Research in neuroscience and animal behavior is integrated into the BFB curriculum from early coursework in the major, to collaborative research experiences in small teams of students, to long-term student/faculty collaboration on federally-funded research project. Neuroscience and Animal Behavior students at F&M often serve as coauthors on publications and/or present their research at national meetings of professional societies in neuroscience, biology, psychology, and animal behavior (e.g., The Society for Neuroscience, The American Psychological Association; see below for additional details).
Prsni Patel is fascinated by "affective forecasting," a process in which people make predictions about their future emotions. She has been exploring how individuals often make inaccurate forecasts...Read More
If you’re a bilingual speaker, do different languages trigger certain memories but not others? A Franklin & Marshall College senior investigated this question during an overseas journey to find his...Read More
At first glance, “Scientific Foundations of Zoos and Aquariums: Their Role in Conservation and Research” sounds like a title drafted to appeal just to scientists, but a Franklin & Marshall College...Read More