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Anyone who can get to Manchester next Wednesday is most welcome.


Here are the details


Animal Social Networks

Wednesday May 15th


Hanson Room

Humanities Bridgeford Street Building

University of Manchester



1.00-2.00 Katie Faust California (Irvine)

What is Social about Social Networks?


2.00-2.30 Helen Brooks Manchester

Creature comforts: pets in the lives of people with a long-term illness


2.30-3.00 Blake Morton Stirling

Using Relational Event Modeling for the Study of Animal Behaviour and Cognition


3.00-3.30 Coffee Break


3.30-4.00 Christina Stanley Manchester

Weak, stable bonds allow for social stability in an unpredictable world


4.00- 4.30 Dan Franks York

Collective motion and animal social networks


4.30-5.00 Susanne Schultz Manchester

Using social networks to understand species responses to environmental change


5.00-5.30 Emily Messer St Andrews

Diffusion dynamics of socially learned foraging techniques in two groups of common squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus)


5.30 Drinks reception


You can access a map here http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/travel/maps/


Free to attend.


Martin Everett

Mitchell Centre for SNA

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