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BIOL 4441/5441: Animal Behavior (Garner)   Tags: animal behavior, biol, biology, ecology  

Resources for Dr. Garner's Animal Behavior class.
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The Behavior Project

The objective of this assignment is to write a scientific term paper about a topic of your choice related to behavior. The paper will show that you

  • have investigated and thought in depth about a topic in behavior
  • are aware of the current research about that topic
  • understand the important issues in a particular field of behavior

Your paper will be based on a minimum of four (4) primary sources, although you may cite secondary sources to provide background information.

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