Academic Editor

Lydia M Hopper


Summary

My passion is primate social cognition, and my research focus is social learning and behavioral economics.

To promote a comparative perspective, I design methods that can be applied to multiple species - both human, and nonhuman, primates - and throughout my career I have been fortunate to work with a number of species.

Through my current role Lincoln Park Zoo, I design and coordinate the behavioral and cognitive research conducted with our chimpanzees and gorillas.

Animal Behavior Anthropology Psychiatry & Psychology Theory & Formal Methods

Work details

Assistant Director

Lincoln Park Zoo
September 2012
Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study & Conservation of Apes

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