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Why Does the Caged Bird Sing? Neural Mechanisms of Social Relationships.

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When Feb 03, 2010
from 03:10 pm to 04:10 pm
Where Hunter College
Contact Name Mark E. Hauber
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Hunter College Psychology Colloquium Series: Spring 2010
Experience and Behavior across Scales of Time and Biological Organization

All talks are Wednesday at 3:10 PM at 611 Hunter North, 695 Park Avenue, New York City.
For details please contact: Prof. Mark E. Hauber, mhauber@hunter.cuny.edu

Speaker Professor: Michelle Tomaszycki
Affiliation: Wayne State University
Talk Title: Why Does the Caged Bird Sing? Neural Mechanisms of Social Relationships
Host Professor: Mark Hauber

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