Dr Emily J Bethell
Senior Lecturer in Primate Behaviour,
School of Natural Sciences and Psychology
Faculty of Science
James Parsons Building,
Liverpool John Moores University
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I am a Senior Lecturer in Primate Behaviour at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK.
I study animal emotion and cognition. My research focus is primate social cognition and behaviour: what monkeys and apes can tell us about human evolution, and the implications of similarities and differences in cognitive processes for understanding and improving psychological wellbeing of primates held in captivity.
I use a range of methods including field observation and experiments, computer-based tasks in the laboratory and collection of non-invasive physiological measures.
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Cognitive Ethology, Cayo Santiago, Captive primate welfare (Home Office minister Puerto Rico Norman Baker and Medical Research Council COO David Farningham