Other research groupings

If you are interested in joining one of the following informal groupings in St Andrews, please contact the organisers.

Behaviour Discussion Group

The Behaviour Discussion Group (BDG) is a network of animal behaviour researchers in the University, which meets once per fortnight for an pot-luck dinner and a research talk by a Group member or a visiting scholar. BDG evenings provide a great opportunity to chat about research in an informal setting and to present preliminary research or new ideas. BDG was established over 20 years ago by Profs Peter Slater and Andy Whiten, at a time when only a handful of researchers in St Andrews studied animal behaviour, and now has over 40 members. Organisers: Dr Cat Hobaiter ([email protected]) and Dr Luke Rendell ([email protected])

Journal clubs

Cognitive Journal Club (CJC). Alternating with the BDG, we meet on Mondays lunchtimes during semester and discuss recent empirical or theoretical articles about all aspects of cognition. Everyone is welcome to attend. Organiser: Dr Manon Schweinfurth ([email protected]) – please contact Manon to be included in the relevant Microsoft Team.