Faces of ESLR: Sven Kasser

Sven is an interdisciplinary social scientist currently enrolled in the MSc in Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Oxford. Before coming to Oxford, he graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in Psychology & Economics. His interests span an equally broad range of subjects and methodologies including experimental moral psychology, formal […]

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Faces of ESLR: Zoe Goldsborough

I am a behavioral ecologist interested in a wide range of topics related to animal behavior and cognition, including culture, communication, and individual differences. I believe animal welfare is central to any study of animal behavior, and my research aims to further our understanding of animals’ experiences and behavior with the goal of contributing to […]

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Faces of ELSR: Jennifer Morinay

I have always been fascinated by behavioural ecology. Yet, social learning became my main research interest only in PhD, when I started studying the use of heterospecific social information for breeding site selection in passerines. Since then, decision-making, social learning and personality differences are at the core of my research.  Studying what drives within- and […]

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Faces of ELSR: Luca Hahn

Humans have always been interested in the behaviour of conspecifics and other animals, but we now live in a time where we study behaviour and cognition as meticulously and systematically as never before. As an inquisitive animal watcher and passionate learner since my childhood, I consider myself as extremely lucky to study animal behaviour. I […]

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