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Rindy Anderson

Behavioral ecologist

Rindy Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Charles E. Schmidt College of Science
Florida Atlantic University

Dr. Rindy Anderson studies animal behavior with a focus on social behavior, communication and cognition. She uses experiments in both the field and the laboratory to study how animal communication systems function and evolve, and the role that cognitive abilities such as learning and memory play in communication and mate choice. Anderson has used the vocal behaviors of songbirds as a model system for much of this work, but studies signal production and perception in other animals, including humans.

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