My blog “Animal Minds” launched in February 2012 on the Psychology Today blog network. In it, I discussed topics related to neuroethology, the field of science at the intersection of neuroscience and animal behavior. Visit “Animal Minds” here or choose one of the blog posts below.
12/10/2018: Urban Frogs Have Sexier Calls
11/1/2018: What Do Wolf Howls Say?
4/5/2013: Monkey See, Monkey Smile
3/14/2013: Jays Know What a Girl (Jay) Wants
2/14/2013: For Moles, Two Nostrils Are Better Than One
2/4/2013: Saga of the Sea Turtle, Part II: The Epic Migration
1/14/2013: Saga of the Sea Turtle, Part I: From Beach to Open Ocean
10/14/2012: What is it Like to Be an Octopus?
8/29/2012: Who Are You Calling a Birdbrain?
7/24/2012: Bats Eavesdrop on Frisky Flies
7/13/2012: Whiskers Seal the Deal
4/29/2012: Dr. Dog: Medicine’s Best Friend
3/29/2012: Heat-Seeking Vampires
3/4/2012: Virtual Ants Reveal Frog’s App-titude for Hunting
2/12/2012: What is it Like to be a Bat?
Articles in print editions of Psychology Today: