Students from the Neuroethology course (Spring 2019) have chosen to blog and podcast on a range of neuroethology topics.
Prof. Leininger is a neuroethologist who studies the evolution of African clawed frog vocalization and their neural mechanisms.
Sara is writing about whiskers.
Cassidy is writing about the neuroethology of service animals.
Ben is writing about electric fish and climate change.
Emily is talking about vision, and how to find and read articles effectively.
Alexandria is writing about behavior altering parasites
Taylor is writing about monogamy in animals and humans.