This year’s Easter conference for the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) was held at Durham University, hosted by the Behaviour Ecology and Evolution Research (BEER) Centre. Three members of the Healy lab attended ASAB this year, including Alexis Breen; the newest addition to the Healy lab who has just begun her PhD based on nest-construction behaviour in birds.
Nora Carlson – “Do British tits encode information about predator threat?”
Alexis Breen – “Physical cognition and nest building in birds”
Georgina Glaser – “Are female parasitoid wasps ‘irrational’?”