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Claudia Wascher
Behavioural biologist interested in cooperation, communication, cognition, corvids and physiology.
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ARU_Biology 2h
Our lecturers and will be presenting their research tomorrow a the Essex Secundary Science Festival
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Claudia Wascher 14h
Replying to @WascherClaudia
Summary: "The behavior of corvids and apes is fascinating and will be best appreciated through well-designed experiments that explicitly test alternative explanations and that are interpreted without unjustified anthropomorphic embellishment."
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Claudia Wascher 14h
Fantastic commentary: "The report by Kabadayi and Osvath (Science, 357(6347), 202–204, 2017) does not demonstrate planning in ravens." unfortunately not published in Science alongside the original paper.
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Claudia Wascher Jun 20
Replying to @DrBessPrice
better late than never. welcome!
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Claudia Wascher Jun 19
Replying to @bula_niki @AmandaMSeed
Are you teaching on that course? I will definitely tell her to beware of you!
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Claudia Wascher Jun 19
So excited, one of my fantastic students just received an offer for the origins of mind, MSc in St. Andrews. Wish I could go too and learn from brilliant people like
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Claudia Wascher Jun 18
Replying to @FHillemann
ups. Hungover after the weekend or already exhausted from the start into the week? 🤣
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Claudia Wascher Jun 18
This has a huge effect on my personal well-being working as an academic at a UK institution!
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Claudia Wascher Jun 17
hahaha good one. makes clear, be aware of the corvid researchers:
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Claudia Wascher Jun 16
Very excited to supervise this fantastic project. Bit of contrast to my usual black fellows.
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Claudia Wascher Jun 12
Replying to @WascherClaudia
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Claudia Wascher retweeted
Behav Ecol Papers Jun 6
Physiological and responses of house sparrows to repeated stressors
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Claudia Wascher Jun 5
Replying to @WascherClaudia
yesss, baby bluti in the garden! (shot through the bathroom window)
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Claudia Wascher Jun 4
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Claudia Wascher Jun 4
Very cool new Phil Trans issue ‘Evolution of pathogen and parasite avoidance behaviours’ compiled and edited by Cecile Sarabian and Rachel McMullan
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Claudia Wascher Jun 3
It's fledgling time!! Put out the bird feeder today, immediately occupied by starling family. Spotted blue tit family in neighbouring garden. Hopefully they will make it to our feeder in the next days.
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Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin May 31
Exciting post-doc opportunity with Barbara König and her team at University of Zurich studying social networks in house mice! Wonderful group of people and a great setup, plus Zurich is a fantastic place to live. Please RT.
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Claudia Wascher Jun 2
Replying to @WascherClaudia
Still, the most important lesson to my students: "be brave and be comfortable with imperfection!"
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Claudia Wascher Jun 2
So true! and very difficult to achieve in today's higher education landscape. How can we teach our students to be brave when their future so strongly depends on "perfect" marks?
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Giorgio Vallortigara Jun 2
Avian Models for Social Cohesion
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