Dr. William I. Lutterschmidt
Department of Biological Sciences
Lee Drain Building, Room 114A
| Class Meetings:
Lee Drain Building (Room 144)
Tuesday 1600 - 1700 hours
|Office Hours: Office hours will be posted on my office
door. Scheduling an appointment to see the instructor is recommended.
Example format for literature citations:
Blumstein, T.D., C.S. Evans, and J.C. Daniel. 1999. An experimental study of behavioural group size effects in Tammer Wallabies, Macropus eugenii. Animal Behavior 58:351-360.
Garten, C.T., Jr. 1976. Relationships between aggressive behavior and genic heterozygosity in the oldfield mouse, (Peromyscus polionotus). Evolution 30:59-72.
Greep, R.O. 1998. Whither the global population problem. Biochemical Pharmacology 55(4):383-386.
Powell, S. A. Newmann, J. Pendergast, and M.H. Lewis. 1999. A rodent model of spontaneous stereotype: Initial characterization of developmental, environmental, and neurobiological factors. Physiology and behavior 66(2):255-363.
Wadman, M. 1998. Population explosion raises alarm over lab animal health. Nature 391:623.
Yukasawa, N.J., H. Monder, F.R. Leff, and J.J. Christian. 1985. Role of female behavior in controlling population growth in mice. Aggressive Behavior 11(1):49-64.
Zelena, D., J. Haller, J. Halasz, and G.B. Makara.
1999. Social stress of variable intensity: physiological and behavioral
consequences. Brain Research Bulletin 48(3):297-302.
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
NOTE: This syllabus is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.