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Behavioral Physiology Websites
Animal Behavior Society
The Animal Behavior Society (ABS) is a non-partisan, non-profit, 501(3)(c) professional organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the scientific study of animal behavior. Members of ABS study behavior across all levels of biological organization, under natural and controlled conditions, and using descriptive and experimental approaches. Together with its sister organization, the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB), ABS edits the field’s flagship scientific journal, Animal Behaviour. ABS also sponsors annual research conferences, educational programs, outreach activities, student research grant competitions, and a professional certification program.
Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour
The Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) is an academic society.
ASAB promotes and supports the study of animal behaviour. We organise conferences, fund research, and encourage teaching of animal behaviour in schools.
A website for a group of researchers working on collective behavior in a range of species.
Society for Experimental Biology
We encourage the cross-fertilisation of ideas and disciplines. We support new ideas, innovation and bold leaps in thinking. We ensure that experimentation is at the heart of biology.
We bring people together – sharing learning and experiences, building contacts and relationships, creating links between new and established scientists, supporting the next generation of biologists.
We foster experimentation amongst scientists - encouraging new methods and novel techniques
The Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology
SICB fosters research, education, public awareness and understanding of living organisms from molecules and cells to ecology and evolution. SICB encourages interdisciplinary cooperative research that integrates across scales, and new models and methodologies to enhance research and education.
University of Arizona Principles of Animal Behavior
This site is designed to help you learn some basic principles of animal behavior, using interactive exercises that are fun and informative.