Teresa Dzieweczynski publishes in 'Animal Behavior' journal with student co-authors

January 17, 2014

Teresa Dzieweczynski, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology and the undergraduate research coordinator of the College of Arts and Sciences, published an article in the most recent issue of the journal Animal Behavior.

The article, "The effects of 17a-ethinyloestradiol on boldness and its relationship to decision making in male Siamese fighting fish," has three student co-authors, Olivia Hebert (Medical Biology '13), Lindsey Lavin (Animal Behavior '14), and Jodi Marks (Animal Behavior '16).  The article is the sixth publication for Hebert and the first for Lavin and Marks based on their work with Dzieweczynski.

This study is the first to find that endocrine disrupting chemicals can disrupt behavioral syndromes and lays the foundation for the assessment of other pharmaceuticals on behavioral syndromes and boldness in Siamese fighting fish and other aquatic organisms.

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