The University of Lincoln's world-leading Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare Research Group investigates fundamental and applied issues relating to animal behaviour and cognition and its impact on animals and humans.
This programme comprises independent investigation into groundbreaking research topics, supported by an experienced and knowledgeable supervisory team. You benefit from specialist research training and access to excellent facilities, including the University's renowned Animal Behaviour Clinic.
Areas of research include cognitive abilities, sensory perception, behavioural strategies and their implications for quality of life in companion, farm, laboratory, exotic and free-living animals.
The University of Lincoln's Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare Group works closely with colleagues in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology, Psychology, Computer Science and Health in multidisciplinary research projects.