Scientific Session Ethology and Behavioural Sciences: From Planktonic Cladocerans to Man
On October 16, 2010 a scientific session entitled “Ethology and Behavioural Sciences: from planktonic cladocerans to man” took place at the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Warsaw
It has been organised jointly by the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Warsaw, the Polish Ethological Society and the Nencki Institute on the anniversary of 300 ethological seminars organised by the Nencki Institute and the Polish Ethological Society and on the tenth anniversary of field work conducted by the Department of Animal Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw. Prof Ewa J. Godzińska and Dr. Maciej Trojan chaired the session’s steering committee. One hundred and thirteen guests arrived from all over Poland to attend the meeting.
The session’s scientific program covered 5 plenary lectures, which illustrated the diversity of subjects covered by modern behavioural studies and a poster session.
Participants received memorial pen-drives with information about behavioural scientific projects pursued at the Nencki Institute and at the Department of Animal Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw as well as regarding the activities of the Polish Ethological Society.
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