Christina Perazio

As a lecturer at UNE, I teach a variety of animal behavior classes including animal cognition, comparative animal behavior, psychology statistics, and introduction to methods and techniques in animal behavior, as well as introductory psychology courses. My research outisde of UNE focuses on the association between sound and behavior in cetaceans, and most specifically on the structure and function of humpback whale song. 

Education

M.A.

University of Southern Mississippi

2014

B.S.

University of New England

2011

Expertise

animal communication

cetacean social behavior and communication

acoustic communication

interaction of sound and behavior

humpback whale song

Research

Selected Publications

2017

Perazio, C., & Kuczaj II, S. A. (2017). Vocalizations produced by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) during mouth actions in aggressive and non-aggressive contexts. International Journal of Comparative Psychology.

2017

Perazio, C. E., Zapetis, M. E., Roberson, D., Botero-Acosta, N., & Kuczaj, S. (2017). Humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, song during the breeding season in Tribugá's Gulf, Colombian Pacific. Madagascar Conservation & Development, 0. 

2012

Dzieweczynski, T. L., Gill, C., & Perazio, C. (2012). Opponent familiarity influences the audience effect in male-male interactions in Siamese fighting fish. Animal Behaviour, 83(5), 1219-1224.

2012

Dzieweczynski, T. L., & Perazio, C. (2012). I know you: familiarity with an audience influences male-male interactions in Siamese fighting fish, Betta spendensBehavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66(9), 1277-1284.

Christina Perazio

Christina Perazio

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M. A.

Assistant Lecturer

Biddeford Campus

Decary Hall
325

cperazio@une.edu

(207) 602-2785

On Campus