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Psychology Students Study Animal Behaviour

Psychology Students Study Animal Behaviour

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Psychology Students Study Animal Behaviour

SJR’s Psychology department visited Chester Zoo to study various aspects of animal behaviour. Students used their research method knowledge to conduct their own observations of various animal species, looking for examples of attachment behavior and of aggression; these are both topics which are studied as part of the A level syllabus.

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