Sarah Brosnan visits Texas A&M University and gives brown-bag talk – Feb 12, 2014

Sarah Brosnan presented her very interesting work on decision making by non-human primates to the economics department in February. This talk included research on how primates deal with novel problems that arise in interactions with other group members. Dr. Brosnan research includes data collected on New World monkeys, Old World monkeys, and great apes. This informal seminar gave PhD students and faculty a chance to ask questions and develop a better understanding of how economic experiments are run on primates as well as the behavior the primates exhibit.