DeLong and cohort present at conference

Caroline DeLong, professor of psychology; psychology students Logan Brownell, Kaitlin Gunther, and Kera Hampton; sociology and anthropology student Izzy Deglans; experimental psychology graduate students Moet Aita and Matt Altobelli '22 (psychology); and alumni Katie Becker '22 (psychology), Jessica Wegman '20 (psychology), '22 MS (experimental psychology), and Kelsey Beers '22 (ASL-English interpretation) had two presentations at the 30th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition on April 13 in Melbourne, Fla. The presentations involved individual recognition in fish using visual cues and hand preferences for cognitive tasks in baboons.

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