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Bennett G. Galef

Emeritus Professor 

Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour

McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Address:

82 Fountain View Lane

Durham, NC 27705-9310

USA

Phone: (919) 886-1330

E-mail: galef@mcmaster.ca


Personal Information

Citizen of both Canada and U.S.A.

Married to Mertice M. Clark, Canadian citizen  U. S. Resident Alien


Educational Background

Degree  
Institution
Year
          Field
B.A.
Princeton University
1962
          Psychology
M.A.
University of Pennsylvania
1964
          Experimental Psychology
Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania
1968
          Physiological & Comparative Psychology

Grants at McMaster University

McMaster University Research Board Grants, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1979-1981, 1983-1992.

National Research Council of Canada grant APA-307.  Agonistic behaviour in wild, domesticated, and septally lesioned Norway rats, 1969-1971.

National Research Council of Canada grant A-0307.  Weaning and aggressive behaviour in wild rats.  1971-1974.  

National Research Council of Canada grant A-0307.  The social and aggressive behaviour of wild rats.  1974-1977.  

National Research Council of Canada grant A-0307.  Social transmission of acquired behaviour.  1977-1980.       

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grant A-0307.

Development of social attachment in rats.  1980-1983.        

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grants A-0307 and E5737. The rat burrow as information-centre.  1983-1986.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grants A-307, IC0255 and E0262.  Social feeding and diet sampling in rats.  1986-1989.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grants A-307 and EQP0038199.  Social feeding and social foraging in animals.  1989-1992.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grants 0GP0000307 and EQP0123733.  Social influences on the feeding behaviour of Norway rats.  1992-1996.

Human Frontier Science Program (with C.M. Heyes).  Workshop on Social Learning and Tradition in Animals, 1994.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grants OGP0000307 and EQPO187099. Social learning and tradition in animals.  1996-2001.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grant #307-2001.  Social influences on the food choices of rats and mate choices of quail.  2001-2006.

NIAAA Exploratory and Development Grant (with N.E. Spear).  Early experience and adolescents’ responses to ethanol.  2001-2005.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada grant. Studies of animal social learning. 2006-2010.


Professional Associations

AAAS American Society for Mammalogists
APA  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology
CPA International Society for Comparative Psychology
EPA Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior
Animal Behavior Society International Society for Behavioral Ecology
Psychonomic Society   Canadian Society for Brain,Behaviour and Cognitive Science
Sigma Xi   
   
   

Academic Positions

McMaster University


Department of Psychology Visiting Professor
Assistant Professor Department of Psychology 
July, 1968 - July, 1972 University of Colorado 
Associate Professor January - December, 1981
July, 1972 - July 1978 January - September, 1984
Professor  January - September, 1987
July, 1987 - January, 2003 January - September, 1989
Emeritus Professor January - September, 1993
January, 2003 - present  
   
Visiting Scientist Visiting Professor
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Department of Physiology
Barro Colorado Island, Panama University of New England
May - Dec., 1974 Armidale, NSW, Australia
  June - Aug., 1985
   
Affiliated Scientist Visiting Professor
Monell Chemical Senses Center Department of Zoology
Sept., 1987 - Aug., 1996 University of Tel Aviv
  July - Aug., 1986
   
Visiting Scholar Associate Member
Department of Psychology Department of Biology
Macquarie University, April 2005 McMaster University
Adjunct Professor
Department of Biology
Duke University
Jan., 2017-

September, 1982 - 2013

 

 

 

 

 


Honours

AB degree awarded Magna cum Laude

Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Elected to Sigma Xi

Elected Fellow of Division 6 of the American Psychological Association

Elected Fellow of Division 3 of the American Psychological Association

Elected Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association

Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Elected Fellow of the American Psychological Society

Awarded the Denver Wildlife Center of the United States Department of

Agriculture Citation for Outstanding Publication

Elected to the Board of Directors of the McMaster Museum of Art

Elected Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society

Elected President of the Animal Behavior Society

Lifetime Contribution Award: St. Andrews University, Scotland

Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Anmal Behavior Society: Exceptional Service Award (2009);Distinguished Animal Behaviorist Award (2014)


Services to the Scientific Community

Member, Grant Selection Committee, Psychology Section, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, 1978-1981, 2001-2002.      

Member, Ontario Graduate Scholarships Selection Committee, 1978; Panel Chairman, 1987, 1988.

Founder and Co-organizer, Winter Animal Behavior Conferences, 1978-1984, 1998, 2003.          

Member, Dean's Committee of Evaluation, Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland, 1980.

Member, Board of Directors:  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, 1983-1986. 

Guest Editor:  Appetite, 6(4), 1985.   

Member, American Psychological Association Search Committee for the editor of the Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1986 -1987, 1998 -1999.

Member, Advisory Council of the Department of Psychology, Princeton University, 1986 -1993.

Member, Ad Hoc Ethics Committee of the Animal Behavior Society, 1986 -1987

Member, Ad Hoc Committee of the Provost of Columbia University, 1988

Member-at-large, Executive Committee, Animal Behavior Society, 1991-1994

Co-Director (with M. Mainardi), International School of Ethology Workshop, "Ontogeny and Social transmission of food preferences in mammals: basic and applied research." Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily: June 8 -13, 1992. 

Co-organizer (with S. Clarke and S. Yoerg) of an invited symposium "Comparative Psychology of Animal Behavior" at the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Kingston, Ont., June, 1992.

Chair, Program Committee of Division 6 of the American Psychological Association, 1993.

Member, Executive Committee of Division 6 of the American Psychological Association, 1993.

Co-organizer (with Cecilia Heyes) "Social learning and tradition in animals" funded by the Human Frontier Science Program, Madingly, UK. August, 22 - 26, 1994.

Topic Area Chair, Program Committee, XXVIth International Congress of Psychology, 1994 – 1996.

Member: Ad hoc Investments Committee, Animal Behavior Society, 1994, 1997-1998, Chair, 1999 – Present.

Chair, ABS-ASAB, Liaison Committee of the Animal Behavior Society, 1997-2000, Member 2000-2003.

Ex-officio Member, Executive Committee of the Animal Behavior Society, 1997-2005.

2nd President-elect.  Animal Behavior Society, 2001.

1st President-elect.  Animal Behavior Society, 2002.

President, Animal Behavior Society, 2003.

Past-President, Animal Behavior Society, 2004 - 2005.

Organizer of an invited symposium. Social learning and imitation at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association.  Chicago, IL, May, 2003.

Canadian representative to the International Council of Ethology, 2003.

Participant in the Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology Metadata Conference, Ithaca, New York, April, 2004.

Guest Editor (with Celia Heyes): Social Learning and Imitation. Learning & Behavior, 32(1), 2004.

Host of the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Snowbird, Utah (2006).

Section Editor for social learning. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Oxford: Academic Press, 2007-2010.

Guest Editor (with Carel van Schaik and Rachel Kendal). Capturing Social Learning in Natural Contexts: Methodological Insights and Implications for Culture. Special Issue of Learning & Behavior. In Press, April, 2010.


Editorial Boards

Developmental Psychobiology, Editorial Board, 1979 - 1995

Learning and Motivation, Associate Editor, 1982 - 2000      

Appetite, Editorial Advisory Board, 1983 -1999, Advisory Editor, 2000 - 2007     

Animal Behaviour, Editorial Board, 1985-1988, Associate Editor, 1994 - 1997,

          Editor 1997-1998, Executive Editor, 1998-2000, Editorial Board, 2000 -

Journal of Comparative Psychology, Consulting Editor, 1988 - 2010          

Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, Editorial Board, 1989 - 1996

Ethology, Ecology and Evolution, Editorial Advisory Board, 1995 - 2015

Foundations of Animal Behavior, University of Chicago Press.  Editorial Board, 1995.

Evolution of Communication, Editorial Board, 1996 - 2003

Animal Learning & Behavior, Consulting Editor, 1997 - 2002

Science Magazine, inScight, Editorial Board, 1998 - 2000

Learning & Behavior, Consulting Editor, 2003 - 2007

Current Nutrition Reviews, Editorial Board Member, 2004 - 2015


Consultations

Union Carbide Corp., Home Products Division, 1985 -1987

CSIRO Pastoral Research Laboratory, Armidale, NSW, Australia, 1985

Department of Zoology, University of Tel Aviv, Israel, 1986

Monell Chemical Senses Center, 1991-1994

U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1993

Pegasus Computer Systems, Inc., 1994 -1998

Serendipity Point Films, 2000


Publications

In press

Galef, B. G. & Whiten, A. (in press). The comparative psychology of social learning. In J. Call (Ed.) APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology. Washington, DC: American psychological Association.

2014

Galef, B. G. Laboratory studies of imitation/field studies of tradition: towards a synthesis in animal social learning, Behavioral Processes, 2015, 112, 114-119.

Galef, B. G. Invited review: Social Learning: An Introduction to Mechanisms, Methods, and Models. By William Hoppitt and Kevin N. Laland. Princeton (New Jersey): Princeton University Press. $75.00 (hardcover); $49.50 (paper). ix + 307 p.; index. ISBN: 978-0-691-15070-3 (hc); 978-0-691-15071-1. Quarterly Review of Biology, 2014, 89, 292-293.

Galef, B. G. Social learning, tradition and culture: data and debate. In: K. Yasukawa & Z. Tang-Martinez (Eds.). Animal Behavior, Vol. 1. 2014, Pp.115-150. Santa Barbara, Prager. 

2013

Imitation and local enhancement: detrimental effects of consensus definitions on analysis of social learning in animals. Behavioural Processes, 2013, 100, 123-130.

Galef, B. G. Animal communication: sniffing is about more than just smell. Current Biology, 2013, 23, R272.

2012

Galef, B. G. Social learning and traditions in animals: evidence, definitions and relationship to human culture. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: WIREs Cognitive Science, 2. doi:1002/wcs.1196.

Atton, N., Hoppitt, W., Webster, M. M., Galef, B. G. & Laland, K. N.  Information flow through three-spine stickleback networks without social transmission. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B. 279, 4272-4278. doi:1098/rspb.2012.1462.

Galef, B. G. A case study in behavioural analysis, synthesis and attention to detail: social learning of food preferences. Behavioural Brain Research, 2012, 231, 266-271.

Nielsen, M., Subiaul, F., Whiten, A., Galef, B. G, & Zentall T. R.. Social learning in humans and non-human animals: theoreticaland empirical dissections.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2012, 126, 109-113. 

Galef, B. G. Social learning in rats: historical context and experimental findings. In: T. Zentall and E. Wasserman (Eds.), Pp. 803-818. Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011

Galef, B. G. Invited review of Exploring Animal behavior: Readings from American Scientist,  Fifth Edition, edited by P. W. Sherman & J. Alcock. Sunderland, Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates.  Quarterly Review of Biology, 86, 140-141, 2011.

2010

Galef, B. G. Rats. In: Breed, M. D. & Moore, J. (Eds). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Vol. 2. Oxford: Academic Press, Pp. 573-578.

Galef, B. G. Social learning in non-primate mammals. In: Breed, M. D. & Moore, J. (Eds). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Vol. 2. Pp. 370-374. Oxford: Academic Press, 2010.

Galef, B. G. Animal traditions: experimental evidence of learning by imitation in an unlikely animal. Current Biology, 20, R555-R556, 2010.

Kendal, R. L., Galef, B. G. & van Schaik, C. P. Social learning research outside the laboratory: how and why? Learning & Behavior, 38, 187-194. 2010.

Carter, G. G., Ratcliffe, J. M. & Galef, B. G. Flower bats (Glossophaga soricina) and fruit bats (Carollia perspicillata) rely on spatial cues over shapes and scents when relocating food. PLoSOne, 2010, PLoS ONE 5(5): e10808. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010808

Galef, B. G. A most unlikely animal behaviorist. In: L. Drickamer & D. Dewsbury (Eds.) Leaders in Animal Behavior: the Second Generation. Pp. 279- 308. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2010.

2009

Galef, B. G. The Norway rat. Current Biology, 19, R884-R885, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Strategies for social learning: tests of predictions from formal theory. Advances  in the Study of Behavior, 39, 117-151, 2009. 

Galef, B. G. Libertad y razon (entrevista a Bennett Galef). La Nueva Ilustracion Evolucionista http://ilevolucionista.blogspot.com/2009/06/aprendizaje-social-entrevista-bennett.html and Des de el Exilio http://www.desdeelexilio.com/2009/06/23/aprendizaje-social-entrevista-a-bennett-galef/

Galef, B. G. What can function tell us about mechanism?  Invited review of Tinbergen’s Legacy: Function and Mechanism in Behavioral Biology, edited by J. Bolhuis and S. Verhulst. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 24, 357-358, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Maternal influences on offspring food preferences and feeding behaviors in mammals. In: Maternal Effects in Mammals, D. Maestripieri & J. Mateo (Eds.), pp. 159-181. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009. 

Galef, B. G. & Yarkovsky, N. Further studies of reliance on socially acquired information when foraging in potentially risky situations.  Animal Behaviour, 77, 1329-1335, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Bennett G. Galef, Q & A, Current Biology, 19, R228-R229, 2009.    

Laland, K. N. & Galef, B. G. The Question of Animal Culture, K. N. Laland & B. G. Galef (Eds.). Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009.

Laland, K. N. & Galef, B. G. Introduction. In: The Question of Animal Culture, K. N. Laland & B. G. Galef (Eds.), pp. 1-18. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Culture in animals? In: The Question of Animal Culture, K. N. Laland & B. G. Galef (Eds.), pp. 222-246. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009.

2008

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. Effectiveness of familiar kin and unfamiliar non-kin demonstrator rats in altering food choices of their observers. Animal Behaviour, 76, 1381-1388, 2008.

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. ‘Conformity’in rats? Animal Behaviour, 2008, 75, 2035-2039.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Social influences on the mate choices of male and female Japanese quail. Comparative Cognition and Behaviour Reviews, doi:10.3819/ccbr.2008.30001.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Lim, T. C. W. & Gilbert, G. Evidence of mate-choice copying in Norway rats. Animal Behavior, 2008, 75, 1117-1123.

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. Use of social information by sodium- and protein-deficient rats: a test of a prediction (Boyd & Richerson 1988). Animal Behavior, 2008, 75, 627-630.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Dudley, K. E. & Whiskin, E. E. Social learning of food preferences in ‘dissatisfied’ and ‘uncertain’ rats. Animal Behaviour, 2008, 75, 631-637.

2007

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning in rodents. In: Rodent Societies, P.W. Sherman & J. Wolff (Eds.), pp. 207-215. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Crying in the wilderness. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2007, 20, 8-9.

2006

Galef, B. G., Jr. Watkins, S. J. & Salehi, P. Effects of enclosure size on sexual behavior of Japanese quail: results from closely confined individuals generalize to larger spaces. In press, Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2006, 120, 435-437.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Pretty, S. & Whiskin, E. E. Failure to find aversive marking of toxic foods by  Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 2006, 72, 1427-1436.

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. Increased reliance on socially acquired information while foraging if in risky situations. Animal Behaviour, 2006, 72, 1169-1176.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Theoretical and empirical approaches to understanding when animals use socially acquired information and from whom they acquire it. Lucas, J.R. & Simmons, L. (Eds.) Essays in Animal Behaviour: Celebrating 50 years of Animal Behaviour (pp. 161-182). San Diego: Academic Press.

Clark, M. M., Stiver, K. A., Teall, T. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Nursing one litter of Mongolian gerbils while pregnant with another: effects on daughters mate attachment and fecundity. Animal Behaviour, 71, 235-241, 2006.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Traditions in animals.  Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 12, (pp.12-15).Oxford: Elsevier, 2006.

2005

Persaud, K. N. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Female Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) mated with males that harassed them are unlikely to lay fertilized eggs. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2005,119, 440-446.

Persaud, K. N. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Eggs of a female quail are more likely to be fertilized by a male that she prefers.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, September 20, 2004.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Lee, W. Y. & Whiskin, E. E. Lack of interference effects in long-term memory for socially learned food preferences. In press, Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119, 131-135, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Whiskin, E. E. & Dewar, G. A new way to study teaching in animals: despite demonstrable benefits, rat dams do not teach their young what to eat. Animal Behaviour, 70, 91-96, 2005.

Griffin, A. S. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Social learning about predators: does timing matter? Animal Behaviour, 69, 669-678, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Laland, K. N. Social learning in animals: empirical studies and theoretical models. Bioscience, 55, 489-499, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Untitled. Invited review of The Behavior of Animals: Mechanism, Function and Evolution. Edited by Johan J. Bolhuis and Luc-Alain Giraldeau. Oxford: Blackwell (2005), Pp. xvii+515. Price 69.95 in paper. Animal Behaviour, 69, 1224-1225.

Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. Differences between golden hamsters and Norway rats in preference for the sole diet that they are eating. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119, 8-13, 2005.

Ophir, A. G., Persaud, K. N. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Avoidance of relatively aggressive male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) by sexually experienced conspecific males. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119, 3-7, 2005.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Breathing new life into studies of animal imitation. In Hurley, S. & Chater, N. (Eds.) Perspectives on Imitation: from Mirror Neurons to Memes. Vol. 1. pp. 295-296. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005.  

Galef, B.G., Jr. How to analyze learning by imitation. In Hurley, S. & Chater, N. (Eds.) Perspectives on Imitation: from Mirror Neurons to Memes. Vol. 1. pp. 218-219. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005.  

Galef, B. G., Jr. Social influences on the food choices of animals. Compendium for Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian: Supplement. 27, 51-55, 2005.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning. In: The Behavior of the Laboratory Rat: a Handbook with Tests. I.Q. Whishaw & B. Kolb (Eds.), pp. 363-370. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2005.

2004

Clark, M.M., & B.G. Galef,, Jr. The intrauterine position effect. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Vol. 2. (Ed. by M. Bekoff), Westport: Greenwood Publishing (pp. 491-495), 2004.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Vol. 2. (Ed. by M. Bekoff), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing (pp. 711-715), 2004.

Persaud, K.N. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Fertilized female quail avoid conspecific males: Female tactics when potential benefits of new sexual encounters are reduced. Animal Behaviour, 68, 1411- 1416, 2004.

Honey, P.L., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Long-lasting effects of rearing by an ethanol-consuming dam on voluntary ethanol consumption by rats. Appetite, 43, 261-268, 2004.  

Ophir, A.G. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Sexual experience can affect use of public information in mate choice. Animal Behaviour, 68, 1221-1227, 2004.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Jeimy, S. Ultrasonic vocalizations and social learning of food preferences by female Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 2004, 68, 483-487.

 Galef, B. G., Jr. & Whiskin, E. E. Effects of environmental stability and demonstrator age on social learning of food preferences by young Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 2004, 68, 897- 902.

Clark, M. M., Johnson, J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Sexual motivation suppresses paternal behaviour in male gerbils during their mates' postpartum oestrus. Animal Behavior, 2004, 67, 49-57.  

Galef, B.G., Jr. Approaches to the study of traditional behaviors of free-living animals. Learning & Behavior, 2004, 32, 53-61.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Heyes, C.M. (Eds.) Social learning and imitation. Special Issue of Learning & Behavior, 2004, 32(1), 1-140.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Heyes, C.M. Introduction. Learning & Behavior, 2004, 32, 1-3.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Interview with Dr. Bennet (Jeff) Galef in L.A. Dugatkin, Principles of Animal Behavior, 2004, 170-171, New York: Norton.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Complexity, like beauty, may lie in the eye of the beholder. Solicited review of Animal Social Complexity: Intelligence, Culture and Individualized societies (F. B. M. de Waal & P. L. Tyack (Eds.) Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Bioscience, 2004, 54, 262- 264.

Honey, P.L., Varley, K.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of ethanol consumption by female rats on subsequent consumption by adolescents. Appetite, 2004, 42, 299-306.

2003

Clark, M.M., Whiskin, E.E. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Mongolian gerbil fathers avoid newborn male pups, but not newborn female pups: olfactory control of early parental behaviour. Animal Behaviour, 2003, 66, 441-447.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning: promoter or inhibitor of innovation. In S. Reader & K.N. Laland (Eds.), Animal Innovation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003, pp. 137- 155.

Levy, F., Melo, A., Galef, B.G., Jr., Madden, M. & A. Fleming. Complete maternal deprivation affects social but not non-social learning in adult rats. Learning & Cognition, 2003, 43, 177- 191.

Ophir, A.G., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Female Japanese quail that eavesdrop on fighting males prefer losers to winners. Animal Behaviour, 2003, 66, 399-407.

Ophir, A.G. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Female Japanese quail affiliate with live males they have seen mate on video. Animal Behaviour, 2003, 66, 369-375.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Traditional behaviors of brown and black rats (R. norvegicus and R. rattus). In S. Perry and D. Fragaszy (Eds.). The Biology of Traditions: Models and Evidence. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003, pp. 159-186.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Socially transmitted food preferences can be used to study long- term memory in rats. Learning & Behavior, 2003, 31, 160-164.

Honey, P.L. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Ethanol consumption by rat dams during gestation, lactation and weaning enhances voluntary ethanol consumption by their adolescent young. Developmental Psychobiology, 2003, 42, 252-260.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Preference for novel flavors in adult Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2003, 117, 96-100.

Ratcliffe, J.M., Fenton, M.B. & Galef, B.G., Jr. An exception to the rule: vampire bats do not learn flavour-aversions. Animal Behaviour, 2003, 65, 385-389.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Animal social learning. Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 4, Article A0721, pp. 74-80. London: Macmillan. 2003.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The ecology of learning and memory. Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 2, Article A0530, pp. 813-818. London: Macmillan. 2003.

Persaud, K.N. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Female Japanese quail aggregate to avoid sexual harassment by conspecific males: A case of conspecific cueing. Animal Behaviour, 2003, 65, 89-94.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Rozin, P. Food aversion and preference learning in humans. In J. H. Byrne (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Learning & Memory, pp. 147-149. New York: Macmillan, 2003.

2002

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Socially induced delayed reproduction in female Mongolian gerbils: Is there anything special about dominant females? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2002, 116, 363-368.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning of food preferences in rodents: A rapidly learned appetitive behavior. Current Protocols in Neuroscience, 2002, 8.5 D1-8.5 D.8.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on food choices of Norway rats and mate choices of Japanese quail. Appetite, 2002, 39, 179-180.

Clark, M.M., Moghaddas, M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Age at first mating affects parental effort and fecundity of female Mongolian gerbils. Animal Behaviour, 2002, 63, 1129-1134.

2001

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on the food choices of Norway rats and the mate choices of Japanese quail. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2001, 14, 1-24.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Untitled. Solicited review of Avital, E. & Jablonka, E. Animal Traditions: Behavioural Inheritance in Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ethology, 2001, 107, 667-668.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Socially-induced infertility: Familial effects on reproductive development of female Mongolian gerbils. Animal Behaviour, 2001, 62, 897-903.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Analyses of social learning processes affecting animal's choices of foods and mates. Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis, 2001, 27, 145-164.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning and imitation in animals. In P.P.G. Bateson & E. Alleva, (Eds.) Frontiers of Life Vol. 4: Biology of Behavior. Pp. 261-269. San Diego: Academic Press.

Clark, M.M., Liu, C. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of consanguinity, exposure to pregnant females, and exposure to pups on parental responses of male gerbil. Developmental Psychobiology. 2001, 39, 257-264.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Age-related changes in paternal responses of gerbils parallel changes in their testosterone levels. Developmental Psychobiology, 2001, 39, 179-187.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Effects of caloric, protein, and sodium deprivation on affiliative behavior of Norway rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2001, 115, 192-195.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Interaction of social and asocial learning in food preferences of Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 2001, 62, 41-46.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Where's the beef? Evidence of culture, imitation and teaching in cetaceans? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2001, 24, 335.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Marczinski, C.A., Murray, K.A. & Whiskin, E.E. Studies of food stealing by young Norway rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2001, 115, 16-21.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Giraldeau, L.-A. Social influences on foraging in vertebrates: behavioural mechanisms and adaptive functions. Animal Behaviour, 2001, 61, 3-15.

2000

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Social exploitation of intermittently available foods and the reinduction of preference. Animal Behaviour, 2000, 60, 611-615.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & White, D.J. Social effects on mate choice in vertebrates. Solicited review. Behavioural Processes, 2000, 51, 167-175.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Demonstration of a socially transmitted flavor aversion in rats? Kuan & Colwill (1997) revisited. Psychomonic Bulletin & Review, 2000, 7, 631-635.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Sorge, R.E. Use of PVC conduits by rats of various strains and ages housed singly and in pairs. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 2000, 3, 279-292.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Mammalian Social Learning: Comparative and Ecological Perspectives. Ed. by Box, H.O., & Gibson, V.R. Quarterly Review of Biology, 2000, 75, 494.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Whiskin, E.E. Social influences on the amount of food eaten by Norway rats. Appetite, 2000, 34, 327-332.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G. Jr. 'Culture' in quail: Social influences on mate choices of female Coturnix japonica. Animal Behaviour, 2000, 59, 975-979.

White, D.J., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Differences between the sexes in direction and duration of response to seeing a potential sex partner mate with another. Animal Behaviour, 2000, 59, 1235-1240.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Why some Mongolian gerbils may help at the nest; testosterone, asexuality and alloparenting. Animal Behaviour, 2000, 59, 801-806.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of experience on the parental responses of male Mongolian gerbils. Developmental Psychobiology, 2000, 36, 177-185.

 

1999

Galef, B.G., Jr. Apprendimento sociale e imatazione. In P. Bateson & E. Alleva (Eds.) Frontiere della Vita. Vol 4: Il Mundo dei Viventi. Pp. 253-262. Roma: Instituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1999.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. A testosterone mediated trade-off between parental and sexual effort in male Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113, 388-395, 1999.

vom Saal, F.S., Clark, M.M., Galef, B.G., Jr., Drickamer, L., & Vandenbergh, J. The intrauterine position (IUP) phenomenon. In E. Knobil & J.D. Neill (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Reproduction, Vol. 2, San Diego: Academic Press, 1999, 893-900.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Is there a specific appetite for protein? In H.R. Berthoud and R.J. Seeley (Eds.) Neural and Metabolic Control of Macronutrient Selection (pp. 19-28). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1999.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Environmental enrichment for laboratory rodents: animal welfare and the methods of science. Journal of Animal Welfare Science, 1999, 2, 267-280.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Affilitative preferences are stable and predict mate choices in both sexes of Japanese quail, Coturnix japonica. Animal Behaviour, 1999, 58, 865-871.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Whiskin, E.E. & Horn, C.S. What observer rats don't learn about foods from demonstrator rats. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1999, 27, 316-322.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social effects on mate choices of male Japanese quail, Animal Behaviour. 1999, 57, 1005-1012.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Use of public information when foraging: effects of time available to sample foods. Animal Cognition, 1999, 2, 103-107.

Galef, B.G., Jr. A free lunch!? Should you post your "publishable" articles on the www? Animal Behaviour Society Newsletter, 1999, 44, 5-6. Also published as: Barnard, C.J., & Galef, B.G., Jr. A free lunch!? Should you post publishable articles on the www? Newsletter of the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, 1999, 37, 27.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Mate-choice copying and conspecific cueing in Japanese quail, Coturnix coturnix japonica. Animal Behaviour, 1999, 57, 465-473.

1998

Clark, M.M., Santamaria, B.T., Robertson, R.K. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of gonaldectomy in infancy and adulthood on handedness in male and female Mongolian gerbils. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1998, 112, 1-4.

Heyes, C.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Introduction to the Naples Social Learning Conference. International Journal of Comparative Psychology , 1998, 11, 73-92.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Are we looking at roots of human culture in chimpanzee traditions? A comment on Boesch and Tomasello's chimpanzee and human culture. Current Anthropology, 1998, 39, 605-606.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Rudolf, B., Whiskin, E.E., Choleris, E., Mainardi, M. & Valsecchi, P. Familiarity and relatedness: Effects on social learning about foods by Norway rats and Mongolian gerbils. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1998, 26, 448-454.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influence on avoidance of dangerous stimuli by rats. Animal Learning & Behavior, 26, 433-438. Barnard, C. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Editorial: A new-look. Animal Behaviour, 1998, 55, 1085.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Limits on social influences on food choices of Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 1998, 56, 1015-1020.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Tradition and imitation in animals. In G. Greenberg and M.M. Haraway (Eds.) Comparative Psychology: a Handbook, (pp. 614-622). New York: Garland Publishing, 1998.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of intrauterine position on the genital morphology and behavior of litter-bearing rodents. Developmental Neuropsychology, 1998, 14, 197-211.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Determinants of the longevity of socially learned food preferences of Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 1998, 55, 967-975.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Edward L. Thorndike: revolutionary psychologist, paradigm-bound biologist. American Psychologist, 1998, 53, 1128-1134.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Where the males are. Natural History, 1998, 107, 22-24.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Recent progress in the study of imitation and social learning in animals. Advances in Psychological Science, Vol. 2: Biological and Cognitive Aspects. M. Sabourin, F.Craik, & M. Robert (Eds.), pp. 275-299. Hove, UK: Psychology Press, 1998.

Clark, M.M., Vonk, J.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Intrauterine position, parenting and nest-site attachment in male Mongolian gerbils. Developmental Psychobiology, 1998, 32, 177-181.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & White, D. Mate-choice copying in Japanese quail, Coturnix coturnix japonica. Animal Behaviour, 1998, 55, 545-552.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Perinatal influences on the reproductive behavior of adult rodents. In T.A. Mousseau and C.W. Fox (Eds.), Maternal Effects as Adaptations, (pp.261- 272). New York: Oxford University Press.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Norway rats' communications about foods and feeding sites. In J.R. Mason (Ed.), Repellents in Wildlife Management (pp. 185-201). Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Enrichment and research. In M. Bekoff (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Animal Welfare (pp. 157-158). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 1998. 

1997

Galef, B.G., Jr., Whiskin, E.E. & Bielavska, E. Interaction with demonstrator rats changes their observers' affective responses to flavors. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1997, 111, 393-398.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Learning under the influence. Natural History, 1997, 106, 47-49.

Kaiser, D.H., Zentall, T.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Can imitation in pigeons be explained by local enhancement together with trial-and-error learning? Psychological Science, 1997, 8, 459-460.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & White, D.J. Socially acquired information reduces Norway rats' latencies to find food. Animal Behaviour, 1997, 54, 705-714.

Clark, M.M., De Sousa, D., Vonk, J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Parenting and potency: alternate routes to reproductive success in male Mongolian gerbils. Animal Behaviour, 1997, 54, 635-642.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Effects of social and asocial learning on longevity of food- preference traditions. Animal Behaviour, 1997, 53, 1313-1322.

Clark, M.M., Vonk, J.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Reproductive profiles of adult Mongolian gerbils gestated as the sole fetus in a uterine horn. Physiology & Behavior, 1997, 61, 77-81.

1996

Jones, D., Gonzalez-Lima, F., Crews, D., Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Effects of intrauterine position on the metabolic capacity of the hypothalamus of female gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1996, 61, 513-519.

Forger, N.G., Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Intrauterine position affects motoneuron number and muscle size in a sexually dimorphic neuromuscular system. Brain Research, 1996, 735, 119-124.

Sherry, D.F., Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Sex and intrauterine position influence the size of the gerbil hippocampus. Physiology & Behavior, 1996, 60, 1491-1494.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Biological Perspectives on Motivated Activities, R. Wong (Ed.). Animal Behaviour, 1996, 52, 1060-1061.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The adaptive value of social learning: A reply to Laland. Animal Behaviour, 1996, 52, 641-644.

Clark, M. M., Robertson, R. K. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Effects of perinatal testosterone on handedness of gerbils: Support for part of the Geschwind-Galaburda hypothesis. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1996, 110, 413-417.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on the food preferences and feeding behaviors of vertebrates. In E.D. Capaldi (Ed.) Why we Eat what we Eat. 2nd edition. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association (pp. 207-230), 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The making of a science. In: Foundations of Animal Behavior. L.D. Houck & L.C. Drickamer (Eds.), pp. 5-12 Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.

Heyes, C.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social Learning and Imitation: the Roots of Culture. New York: Academic Press, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Introduction: Social learning and imitation. In C.M. Heyes and B.G. Galef, Jr. (Eds.), Social Learning and Imitation: the Roots of Culture (pp. 3-16). New York: Academic Press, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social enhancement of food preferences in Norway rats: A brief review. In C.M. Heyes and B.G. Galef, Jr. (Eds.), Social Learning and Imitation: the Roots of Culture (pp. 49-64). New York: Academic Press, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Buckley, L.L. Use of foraging trails by Norway rats. Animal Behaviour, 51, 765-771, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Traditions in animals. Field observations and laboratory analyses. In M. Bekoff and D. Jamieson (Eds.) Readings in Animal Cognition., Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (pp.91- 106), 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Food selection: Problems in understanding how we choose foods to eat. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 1996, 20, 67-73.

1995

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Allen, C. A new model system for studying animal tradition. Animal Behaviour, 1995, 50, 705-717.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Are socially acquired behaviours irreversible? Behavioral Processes, 1995, 34, 279-284.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G. Jr. A gerbil dam's fetal intrauterine position affects the sex ratios of litters she gestates. Physiology & Behavior, 1995, 57, 297-299.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Why behaviour patterns that animals learn socially are locally adaptive. Animal Behaviour, 1995, 49, 1325-1334.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Animal minds. D. Griffin. Animal Behaviour, 1995, 49, 1133-1135.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Prenatal influences on reproductive life-history strategies. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 1995, 10, 151-153.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Learning socially to eat more of one food than of another. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1995, 109, 99-101.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Wright, T.J. Groups of naive rats (Rattus norvegicus) learn to self-select an adequate diet faster than do isolated naive rats. Animal Behaviour, 1995, 49, 403-409.

1994

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. A male gerbil's intrauterine position affects female response to his scent marks. Physiology & Behavior, 1994, 55, 1137-1139.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Passage of time reduces effects of familiarity on social learning: Functional implications. Animal Behaviour, 1994, 48, 1057-1062.

McQuoid, L.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of access to food during training on social learning by Burmese junglefowl. Animal Behaviour, 1994, 48, 737-739.

Clark, M.M., Ham, M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Differences in the sex ratios of offspring originating in the right and left ovaries of Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). Journal of Reproduction & Fertility. 1994, 101, 393-396.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Iliffe, C.P. Social enhancement of odor preference in rats: Is there something special about odors associated with foods? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1994, 108, 266-273.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Mainardi, M. & Valsecchi, P. (Eds.) Behavioral Aspects of Feeding: Basic and Applied Research in Mammals. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic, 1994.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Preface. In Behavioral Aspects of Feeding: Basic and Applied Research in Mammals.Galef, B.G., Jr., Mainardi, M. and Valsecchi, P. (Eds.). Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic, 1994, pp. 1-12.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Olfactory communications about foods among rats: A review of recent findings. In Behavioral Aspects of Feeding: Basic and Applied Research in Mammals. Galef, B.G., Jr., Mainardi, M. and Valsecchi, P. (Eds.). Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic, 1994, pp. 83- 101.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Sex-ratio and inheritance. Nature, 1994, 367, 327-328.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Smith, M.A. Susceptibility of artificially reared rat pups to social influences on food choice. Developmental Psychobiology, 1994, 27, 85-92.

1993

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Chimpanzee Material Culture: Implication for Human Evolution. W.C. McGrew. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1993, 46B, 417-420.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Individual differences in the responses of Norway rats to social enhancement of food preference. Behavioural Processes, 1993, 30, 309-316.

Clark, M.M, Karpiuk, P., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Hormonally mediated inheritance of acquired characteristics in Mongolian gerbils. Nature, 1993, 364, 712.

Clark, M.M., Bishop, A.M., vom Saal, F.S., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Responsiveness to testosterone of male gerbils from known intrauterine positions. Physiology & Behavior, 1993, 53, 1183- 1187.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Durlach, P. Should large rats be housed in large cages? An empirical issue. Canadian Psychology, 1993, 34, 203-207.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Functions of social learning about foods by Norway rats: A causal analysis of effects of diet novelty on preference transmission. Animal Behaviour, 1993, 46, 257-265.

Clark, M.M., Crews, D., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Androgen mediated effects of male fetuses on the behavior of dams late in pregnancy. Developmental Psychobiology, 1993, 26, 25-35.

McQuoid, L.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social stimuli influencing feeding behaviors of Burmese fowl: A video analysis. Animal Behaviour, 1993, 46, 13-22.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Durlach, P. Absense of blocking, overshadowing, and stimulus preexposure effects in social enhancement of food preference. Animal Learning & Behaviour, 1993, 21, 214-220.

Clark, M.M., Robertson, R.K., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Intrauterine position effects on sexually dimorphic asymmetries of Mongolian gerbils: Testosterone, eye-opening and handedness, Developmental Psychobiology, 1993, 26, 185-194.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of The Tinbergen Legacy. M.S. Dawkins, T.R. Halliday and R. Dawkins (Eds.) Animal Behaviour, 1993, 45, 204.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Monell Chemical Senses Center. Enhanced rodent edible with natural attractants. Patent Office, Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada. Canadian Patent No. 1, 320, 681, July 27, 1993.

1992

Galef, B.G., Jr. Weaning from mother's milk to solid foods: The developmental psychobiology of self selection of foods by rats. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1992, 662, 37-52.

Galef, B.G., Jr. A primer of olfactory communications about distant foods by Norway rats. In R.C. Doty & D. Muller-Schwarze (Eds.), Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, VI, New York: Plenum Press, 1992, pp. 451-456.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Ontogeny and social transmission of food preferences in mammals: Basic and applied research. Solicited Meeting Report, Appetite, 1992, 19, 309-317.

McQuoid, L.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on feeding site selection by Burmese fowl (Gallus gallus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1992, 106, 137-141.

Clark, M.M., vom Saal, F.S., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Fetal intrauterine position correlates with endogenous testosterone levels of adult male Mongolian gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1992, 51, 957-960.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Language and Intelligence in Monkeys and Apes: Comparative Developmental Perspectives. S.T. Parker and K.R. Gibson (Eds.). American Anthropologist, 1992, 94, 242-243.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Whiskin, E.E. Social transmission of information about multiflavored foods. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1992, 20, 56-62.

Clark, M.M., Tucker, L., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Stud males and dud males: Intrauterine position effects on the reproductive success of male gerbils. Animal Behaviour, 1992, 43, 215-221.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The question of animal culture. Human Nature, 1992, 3, 157-178.

Clark, M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Unconfounded evidence of sex-biased, postnatal maternal effort by Mongolian gerbil dams, Developmental Psychobiology, 1992, 24, 539-546.

1991

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Mammalian Reproductive Biology, F.H. Bronson and of Mammalian Parenting: Biochemical, Neurobiological and Behavioral Determinants, N.A. Krasnegor and R.S. Bridges (Eds.). Human Biology, 1991, 63, 403-405.

Clark, M.M., Waddingham, S., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Further evidence of sex-biased maternal investment by Mongolian gerbil dams, Animal Behaviour, 1991, 42, 161-162.

Galef, B.G., Jr. A contrarian view of the wisdom of the body as it relates to food selection, Psychological Review, 1991, 98, 218-224.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The grandest story ever told. Solicited review of Our kind, M. Harris. New York: Harper & Row. Contemporary Psychology, 1991, 36, 431-432.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on intake of fluids and foods: Laboratory experiments and field observations. In D.A. Booth and D.J. Ramsey Thirst: Physiological and Psychological Aspects. Springer Verlag: Berlin, 1991, pp. 335-341.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Beck, M. & Whiskin, E.E. Protein deficiency magnifies social influences on the food choices of Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1991, 105, 55-59.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social factors in diet selection and poison avoidance by Norway rats: A brief review. In M. Friedman, M.R. Kare, and M.G. Tordoff (Eds.), Chemical Senses, Volume 4: Appetite and Nutrition. New York: Marcel Decker, 1991, pp.177-194.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Innovations in the study of social learning in animals: A developmental perspective. In Methodological and Conceptual Issues in Developmental Psychobiology. H.N. Shair, G.A. Barr, and M.A. Hofer (Eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991, pp.114-125.

Clark, M.M., Galef, B.G., Jr. & vom Saal, F.S. Nonrandom sex composition of gerbil, mouse and hamster litters before and after birth. Developmental Psychobiology, 1991, 24, 81-90.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Information centres of Norway rat: Sites for information exchange and information parasitism. Animal Behaviour, 1991, 41, 295-302.

Clark, M.M., Crews, D. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Sex steroid levels of pregnant and fetal Mongolian gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1991, 49, 239-243.

1990

Sherry, D.F., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning without imitation: More about milk bottle opening by birds. Animal Behaviour, 1990, 40, 987-989.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Necessary and sufficient conditions for communication of diet preferences by Norway rats, Animal Learning & Behavior, 1990, 18, 347-351.

Galef, B.G., Jr. An historical perspective on recent studies of social learning about foods by Norway rats. Solicited article. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1990, 44, 311-329.

Galef, B.G., Jr., McQuoid, L.M., & Whiskin, E.E. Further evidence that Norway rats do not socially transmit learned aversions to toxic baits. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1990, 18, 199-205.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Sexual segregation in the left and right horns of the gerbil uterus: "The male embryo is usually on the right, the female on the left" (Hippocrates). Developmental Psychobiology, 1990, 23, 29-38.

Clark, M.M., Malenfant, S.A., Winter, D.A. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Fetal uterine position affects copulation and scent marking by adult male gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1990, 47, 301- 305.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Attenborough, K.S. & Whiskin, E. Responses of observer rats to complex, diet- related signals emitted by demonstrator rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1990, 104, 11-19.

Clark, M.M., Bone, S. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Evidence of sex-biased postnatal maternal investment by Mongolian gerbils. Animal Behaviour, 1990, 39, 735-744.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Tradition in animals: Field observations and laboratory analyses. In Interpretation and Explanation in the Study of Behavior: Comparative Perspectives. M. Bekoff and D. Jamieson (Eds.), Boulder: Westview Press, 1990, pp. 74-95.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Beck, M. Diet selection and poison avoidance by mammals individually and in social groups. In Handbook of Neurobiology, Vol. 11. E.M. Stricker (Ed.). New York; Plenum Press, 1990, pp. 329-349.

1989

 Galef, B.G, Jr. An adaptationist perspective on social learning, social feeding and social foraging in Norway rats. In Contemporary Issues in Comparative Psychology. D.A. Dewsbury (Ed.), Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, 1989, pp. 55-79.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Enduring social enhancement of rats' preferences for the palatable and the piquant. Appetite, 1989, 13, 81-92.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Socially-mediated attenuation of taste-aversion learning in Norway rats: Preventing development of "food phobias." Animal Learning & Behavior, 1989, 17, 468-474.

Beck, M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on the selection of a protein-sufficient diet by Norway rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1989, 103, 132-139.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Laboratory studies of naturally-occurring feeding behaviors: Pitfalls, progress and problems in ethoexperimental analysis. In R.J. Blanchard, P.F. Brain, D.C. Blanchard and S. Parmigiani (Eds.), Ethoexperimental Approaches to the Study of Behavior. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1989, pp.51-77.

Mason, J.R., Bean, N.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Attractiveness of carbon disulfide to wild Norway rats. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference, A.C. Crabb & R.E. Marsh (Eds.), Davis, CA: University of California Press, 1989, 13, 95-97.

Clark, M.M., Bone, S., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Uterine positions and schedules of urination: Correlates of differential maternal anogenital stimulation. Developmental Psychobiology, 1989, 22, 389-400.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Measuring rates of sexual development in female Mongolian gerbils. Developmental Psychobiology, 1989, 22, 173-182.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Male rat pups are more reluctant to urinate in response to anogenital stimulation than are their female sibs. Developmental Psychobiology, 1989, 22, 81-86.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Mason, J.R. Enhanced rodent edible with natural attractants. U.S. Patent Office. Patent No. 4,861,585; Issued Aug. 29, 1989.

Valsecchi, P. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on the food preferences of house mice (Mus musculus), International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1989, 2, 245-256.

1988

Galef, B.G., Jr. Causes of ingestion and of eating disorders. Solicited review of The Psychology of Eating and Drinking. Alexandra W. Logue, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1986. Contemporary Psychology, 1988, 33, 614.

Bean, N.J., Galef, B.G., Jr., & Mason, J.R. At biologically significant concentrations, carbon disulfide both attracts mice and increases their consumption of bait. Journal of Wildlife Management, 1988, 52, 502-507.

Beck, M., Hitchcock, C., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Diet sampling by wild Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) offered several unfamiliar foods. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1988, 16, 224- 230.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Mason, J.R., Preti, G. & Bean, N.J. Carbon disulfide: A semiochemical mediating socially-induced diet choice in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 1988, 42, 119-124.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Communication of information concerning distant diets in a social, central-place foraging species: Rattus norvegicus. In Social Learning: Psychological and Biological Perspectives. T.R. Zentall and B.G. Galef, Jr. (Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1988, pp. 119-140.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of uterine position on rate of sexual development in female Mongolian gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1988, 42, 15-18.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Imitation in animals: History, definition and interpretation of data from the psychological laboratory. In Social Learning: Psychological and Biological Perspectives. T.R. Zentall & B.G. Galef, Jr. (Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1988, pp. 3-28.

Zentall, T.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr. (Eds.) Social Learning: Psychological and Biological Perspectives. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Explaining the existence of the very improbable by the action of selection on random events. Solicited review. The Blind Watchmaker. R. Dawkins. Longman Scientific: Essex xiii+332 pp. Developmental Psychobiology, 1988, 21, 293-295.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Evolution and learning before Thorndike: A forgotten epoch in the history of behavioral research. In R.C. Bolles and M. Beecher (Eds.), Evolution and Learning. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1988, pp. 39-52.

1987

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social influences on the identification of toxic foods by Norway rats. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1987, 15, 327-332.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Comparative Psychology is dead! Long live comparative psychology! Solicited article. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1987, 101, 259-261.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Mischinger, A., & Malenfant, S.A. Hungry rats' following of conspecifics to food depends on the diets eaten by potential leaders. Animal Behaviour, 1987, 35, 1234-1239.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Kennett, D.J. Different mechanisms for social transmission of diet preference in rat pups of different ages. Developmental Psychobiology, 1987, 20, 209-215.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Almost everything you wanted to know about allometry, but were afraid to ask. Solicited review of Scaling: Why is Animal Size so Important. Knut Schmidt-Nielsen, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Developmental Psychobiology, 1987, 20, 101-102.

1986

Galef, B.G., Jr. Olfactory communication among rats of information concerning distant diets. In D. Duvall, D. Muller-Schwarze and R.M. Silverstein (Eds.), Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, vol. IV: Ecology, Evolution, and Comparative Biology. New York: Plenum Press, 1986, pp. 487-505.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Tradition and social learning in animals. In R.J. Hoage and L. Goldman (Eds.), Animal Intelligence: Insights into the Animal Mind. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Press, 1986, pp. 149-163.

Clark, M.M., Spencer, C.A. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Improving productivity of breeding colonies of Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). Laboratory Animals, 1986, 20, 313-315.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social interaction modifies learned aversions, sodium appetite, and both palatability and handling-time induced dietary preference in rats (R. norvegicus), Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1986, 100, 432-439.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social identification of toxic diets by Norway rats (R. norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1986, 100, 331-334.

Clark, M.M., Spencer, C.A. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Reproductive life history correlates of early and late sexual maturation in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). Animal Behaviour, 1986, 34, 551-560.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Postnatal effects on reproduction & maternal care in early- & late-maturing gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1986, 36, 997-1003.

Clark, M.M., Spencer, C.A. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Response to novel odors mediates maternal behavior and concaveation in gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1986, 36, 845-851.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Manzig, L.A. & Field, R.M. Observational learning in budgerigars: Dawson and Foss (1965) revisited. Behavioural Processes, 1986, 13, 191-202.

1985

Galef, B.G., Jr. Socially induced diet preference can partially reverse a LiCl-induced diet aversion. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1985, 13, 415-418.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Direct and indirect behavioral processes for the social transmission of food avoidance. In P. Bronstein and N.S. Braveman (Eds.). Experimental Assessments and Clinical Applications of Conditioned Food Aversions. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1985, pp. 203-215.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Measures of growth, development, and sexual maturation in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus): Effects of photic period during ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology, 1985, 18, 191-202.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Ontogeny of diet selection and the control of ingestion, Appetite, 1985, 6, 331.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social learning in wild Norway rats. In T.D. Johnston and A.T. Pietrewicz (Eds.), Issues in the Ecology of Learning, Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum, 1985, pp. 143-165.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Beck, M. Aversive and attractive marking of toxic and safe foods by Norway rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 1985, 43, 298-310.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Kennett, D.J. Delays after eating: Effects on transmission of diet preferences and aversions. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1985, 13, 39-43.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Kennett, D.J., & Stein, M. Demonstrator influence on observer diet preference: Effects of simple exposure and the presence of a demonstrator. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1985, 13, 25-30.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Stein, M. Demonstrator influence on observer diet preference: Analyses of critical social interactions and olfactory signals. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1985, 13, 31- 38.

1984

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Perspectives in Ethology, Vol. 5: Ontogeny. P.P.G. Bateson and Peter H. Klopfer (Eds.), New York: Plenum Press, 1982. Developmental Psychobiology, 1984, 17, 683-685.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Reciprocal heuristics: A discussion of the relationship of the study of learned behavior in laboratory and field. Solicited article, Learning and Motivation, 1984, 15, 479- 493.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Kennett, D.J., & Wigmore, S.W. Transfer of information concerning distant foods in rats: A robust phenomenon. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1984, 12, 292-296.

Sherry, D.F. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Cultural transmission without imitation: Milk bottle opening by birds. Animal Behaviour, 1984, 32, 937-938.

1983

Galef, B.G., Jr. Utilization by Norway rats (R. norvegicus) of multiple messages concerning distant foods. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1983, 97, 364-371.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Wigmore, S.W. & Kennett, D.J. A failure to find socially mediated taste- aversion learning in Norway rats (R. norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1983, 97, 358-363.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Reproductive Behavior. Solicited review of Parental Behaviour of Rodents. R.W. Elwood (Ed.). New York: Wiley, 1983. Science, 1983, 221, 242-243.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Wigmore, S.W. Transfer of information concerning distant foods: A laboratory investigation of the "information-centre" hypothesis. Animal Behaviour, 1983, 31, 748-758.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Am I a closet general process theorist? Solicited commentary, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1983, 6, 180-181.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Costs and benefits of mammalian reproduction. In H. Moltz and L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Symbiosis in parent-offspring Interactions. New York: Plenum Press, 1983, pp. 249- 278.

Domjan, M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Biological constraints on instrumental and classical conditioning: Retrospect and prospect. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1983, 11, 151-161.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicited review of Comparative psychology: An Eevolutionary Analysis of Animal Behavior. M. Ray Denny (Ed.), New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1980. Animal Behaviour, 1983, 31, 315-316.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social effects on feeding: A research report. Solicited review of Development of Food Preferences: Parental Influences and the Primacy Effect. Wyrwicka, W., Springfield, Ill. C.C. Thomas, 1981. Contemporary Psychology, 1983, 28, 439-440.

1982

Galef, B.G., Jr. Acquisition and waning of exposure-induced attraction to a non-natural odor in rat pups. Developmental Psychobiology, 1982, 15, 479-490.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Studies of social learning in Norway rats: A brief review. Solicited article, Developmental Psychobiology, 1982, 15, 279-295.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Environmental effects on the ontogeny of exploratory and escape behaviors of Mongolian gerbils. Developmental Psychobiology, 1982, 15, 121-130.

1981

Galef, B.G., Jr. Development of flavor preference in man and animals: The role of social and non-social factors. In R.N. Aslin, J.R. Alberts, and M.R. Peterson (Eds.), Sensory and Perceptual Development: Influences of Genetic and Experiential Factors. New York: Academic Press, 1981, pp. 411-431.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The ecology of weaning: Parasitism and the achievement of independence by altricial mammals. In D.J. Gubernick and P.H. Klopfer (Eds.), Parental Care. New York: Plenum Press, 1981, pp. 211-241.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The development of olfactory control of feeding site selection in rat pups. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1981, 95, 615-622.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Preference for natural odors in rat pups: Implications of a failure to replicate. Physiology & Behavior, 1981, 26, 783-786.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Dalrymple, A.J. Toxicosis based aversions to visual cues in rats: A test of the Testa & Ternes hypothesis. Animal Learning & Behavior, 1981, 9, 332-335.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Mothers and infants: A potpourri. Solicited review of Maternal influences and early behavior. R.W. Bell and W.P. Smotherman (Eds.), New York: SP Medical and Scientific Books, 1980. Contemporary Psychology, 1981, 26, 691-692.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Environmental influence on development, behavior and endocrine morphology of gerbils. Physiology & Behavior, 1981, 27, 761-765.

Dalrymple, A.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Visual discrimination pretraining facilitates subsequent visual-cue toxicosis conditioning in rats. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1981, 18, 267- 270.

1980


Galef, B.G., Jr. Diving for food: Analysis of a possible case of social learning in rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1980, 94, 416-425.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Kaner, H.C. The establishment and maintenance of preference for natural and artificial olfactory stimuli in juvenile rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1980, 94, 588-595.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Effects of rearing environment on adrenal weights, sexual development, and behavior in gerbils: An examination of Richter's domestication hypothesis. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1980, 94, 857-863.

1979


Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. A sensitive period for the maintenance of emotionality in Mongolian gerbils. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1979, 93, 200- 210.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social transmission of learned diet preferences in wild rats. In J.H.A. Kroeze (Ed.), Chemoreception and Preference Behavior. London: Information Retrieval Ltd., 1979, pp. 219-232.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Investigation of the functions of coprophagy in juvenile rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1979, 93, 295-305.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Muskus, P.A. Olfactory mediation of mother-young contact in Long-Evans rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1979, 93, 708-716.

1978


Galef, B.G., Jr. Differences in the affiliative behavior of weanling rats selecting eating and drinking sites. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1978, 92, 431-438.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Dalrymple, A.J. Active transmission of poison avoidance among rats? Behavioral Biology, 1978, 24, 265-271.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Osborne, B. Novel taste facilitation of the association of visual cues with toxicosis in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1978, 92, 907-916.

1977


Day, C.S.D., & Galef, B.G., Jr. Pup cannibalism: One aspect of maternal behavior in golden hamsters. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1977, 91, 1179-1189.

Galef, B.G., Jr. The social transmission of food preferences: An adaptation for weaning in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1977, 91, 1136-1140.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Mechanisms for the transmission of acquired patterns of feeding from adult to weanling rats. In J.M. Weiffenbach (Ed.), Taste and development: The genesis of sweet preference. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977, pp. 217-234.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. The role of the physical rearing environment in the domestication of the Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus). Animal Behaviour, 1977, 25, 298-316.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Mechanisms for the social transmission of food preferences from adult to weanling rats. In L.M. Barker, M. Best, and M. Domjan (Eds.) Learning mechanisms in food selection. Waco: Baylor University Press, 1977, pp. 123-148.

Leon, M., Galef, B.G., Jr. & Behse, J.H. Odor pre-exposure: Effects on ontogeny of pheromonal bonds and diet choice in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 1977, 18, 387-391.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Patterns of agonistic interaction and spatial utilization by agouti (Dasyprocta punctata). Behavioral Biology, 1977, 20, 135-140.

1976


Galef, B.G., Jr. & Heiber, L. The role of residual olfactory cues in the determination of feeding site selection and exploration patterns of domestic rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1976, 90, 727-739.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Non-nurturent functions of mother-young interaction in the agouti (Dasyprocta punctata). Behavioral Biology, 1976, 17, 255-262.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social transmission of acquired behavior: A discussion of tradition and social learning in vertebrates. In J.S. Rosenblatt, R.A. Hinde, E. Shaw and C. Beer (Eds.), Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol. 6., New York: Academic Press, 1976, pp. 77-100.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Mittermeier, R.H., & Bailey, R.S. Predation by the tayra (Eira barbara). Journal of Mammalogy, 1976, 57, 760-761.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Solicted review of Aggression, by J.P. Scott. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2nd edn., 1975, pp. xiv + 233. Aggressive Behavior, 1976, 2, 237-240.

1975


Galef, B.G., Jr. The social transmission of acquired behavior. Biological Psychiatry, 1975, 10, 155-160.

1973


Alberts, J.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Olfactory cues and movement: Stimuli mediating intraspecific aggression in the wild Norway rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1973, 85, 233-242.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Sherry, D.F. Mother's milk: A medium for the transmission of cues reflecting the flavor of mother's diet. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1973, 83, 374-378.

1972


Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Mother's milk and adult presence: Two factors determining initial dietary selection by weaning rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1972, 78, 220-25.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Henderson, P.W. Mother's milk: A determinant of the feeding preferences of weaning rat pups. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1972, 78, 213-219.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr. The effects of forced nest-site feeding on the food preferences of wild rat pups at weaning. Psychonomic Science, 1972, 28, 173-175.

1971


Galef, B.G., Jr., & Clark, M.M. Social factors in the poison avoidance and feeding behavior of wild and domesticated rat pups. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1971, 75, 341-357.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Social effects in the weaning of domestic rat pups. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1971, 75, 358-362.

Alberts, J.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr. Acute anosmia in the rat: A behavioral test of a peripherally- induced olfactory deficit. Physiology & Behavior, 1971, 6, 619-621.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M. Parent-offspring interactions determine time and place of first ingestion of solid food by wild rat pups. Psychonomic Science, 1971, 25, 15-16.

1970


Galef, B.G., Jr. Aggression and timidity: Responses to novelty in feral Norway rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1970, 70, 370-381.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Target novelty elicits and directs shock-associated aggression in wild rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1970, 71, 87-91.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Stimulus novelty as a factor in the intra-specific pain-associated aggression of domesticated rats. Psychonomic Science, 1970, 18, 21-22.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Familiarity of target location as a factor in the shock-associated aggression of wild rats. Psychonomic Science, 1970, 19, 299-300.


Papers Abstracted in Conference Proceedings

Galef, B.G, Jr.  The effects of amygdalectomy on timidity and aggression in the wild rat.  Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Philadelphia, 1969.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Wild rat pups avoid an unpoisoned base diet on which their parents have been poisoned.  Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Atlantic City, 1970.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Henderson, P.W.  Weaning rat pups prefer the diet their mother eats during lactation.  Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Atlantic City, 1971.

Sherry, D.F. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Mother's milk and learned aversions in weanling rats. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Boston, 1972.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The social transmission of acquired behavior.  Invited paper, Developmental Psychobiology meetings, Boston, 1974.

Nord, S. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Discriminated flight response of the domestic rat to auditory stimuli may be socially transmitted.  Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society convention, Denver, 1974.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Mechanisms for the social transmission of acquired patterns of feeding from adult to weanling rats.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Wilmington, N.C., 1975.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of an acquired discriminated avoidance.  Paper presented at the XIVth International Ethology Congress, Parma, Italy, 1975.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Contradictions in experimental investigations of the domestication process.  Invited paper.  Northeast Regional Animal Behavior Society meetings, Halifax, 1975.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The social transmission of behavior.  Invited paper, Winter Conference on Brain Research, Keystone, Colorado, 1976.  Reported in Brain Information Service Conference Report, 1976, 44, 33-36.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Non-nurturent functions of mother-young interaction.  Invited paper, Canadian Psychological Association convention, Toronto, 1976.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of food preferences in adult and juvenile rats.  Paper presented at the Northeast Regional Animal Behavior Society meetings, New York, 1976.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Experimental approaches to the study of animal development.  Invited symposium organizer and discussant, Canadian Psychological Association convention, Vancouver, 1977.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  A laboratory course in Animal Behavior.  Invited paper.   Animal Behavior Society Meetings.  State College, Pennsylvania, 1977.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Novel taste facilitation of the association of visual cues with toxicosis in rats.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of learned diet preferences in wild rats.  Invited paper, European Chemoreception Organization minisymposium:  Chemoreception and Preference Behavior.  Amerika, Holland, 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social effects on diet selection in animals and man.  Invited paper, Benjamin Franklin Seminar.  La Napoule, France, 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Experimental approaches to the study of social behavior.  Invited symposium discussant.  Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Philadelphia, 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The development of preference.  Invited symposium discussant, Genetic and experiential determinants of sensory development.  Bloomington, Indiana, 1979.

Dalrymple, A.J., Galef, B.G., Jr., & Osborne, B.  Poison avoidance learning to exteroceptive cues in rats:  The role of attention.  Paper presented at the Canadian Psychological Association meetings.  Quebec City, 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Dalrymple, A.J., & Osborne, B.  Can mammals learn to avoid ingesting toxic prey on the basis of their appearance?  Paper presented at the XVIth International Ethology Congress, Vancouver, B.C., 1979.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of diet preference in rats.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 1980.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Diving for food:  Analysis of a possible case of social learning in wild rats (Rattus norvegicus).  Paper presented at the Animal Behavior Society meetings, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1980.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The young mammal:  Immature adult or adapted juvenile?  Invited symposium discussant, American Psychological Association convention, Montreal, 1980.

Dalrymple, A.J., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Conditioning of toxicosis to visually distinctive food objects and containers.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, Montreal, 1980.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Diving for food:  Resource exploitation and social learning in rats.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1981.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning in rats:  The illusion and the reality.  Invited address.  Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention, Denver, Colorado, June, 1981. 

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Costs and Benefits of mammalian reproduction.  Invited paper presented at a symposium on Symbiosis in Parent-Young Interaction, Chicago, IL, Oct. 1981.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of diet preference.  Invited address.  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Meetings, New Orleans, Nov. 1981.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Ontogeny of olfactory control of feeding behavior in rat pups.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1982.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning in rats.  Invited Fellow's address.  Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., Aug., 1982.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Wigmore, S.W.  Adult rats can communicate information concerning distant diets.  Paper presented to the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, April, 1983.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Tradition and social learning in animals.  Invited symposium participant, Symposium on Animal Intelligence, National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C., April 1983.  Reported in Bio Science, 1983, 33, 362-364.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Wigmore, S.W.  A laboratory investigation of the information center hypothesis in Norway rats (R. norvegicus).  Paper presented at the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Lewisburg, Pa., June, 1983.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Parental Behavior.  Workshop organizer.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan., 1984.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social transmission of food preferences in rats.  Invited symposium participant.  New York Academy of Sciences Conference on Experimental Assessments and Clinical Applications of Conditioned Food Aversions.  New York City, April, 1984.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The role of observational learning in the development of adaptive patterns of behavior in animals.  Invited Symposium Participant, Animal Behavior Society, Cheyney, Washington, August, 1984.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Stein, M.  Demonstrator influence on observer diet preference:  Analysis of critical social interactions and olfactory signals.  Paper presented to the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Baltimore, October, 1984.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Constraints on learning.  Invited workshop participant.  Winter Conference on Animal Learning, Winter Park, Colorado, January, 1985.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Knowledge from laboratory and field.  Invited workshop organizer.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, January, 1985.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Transmission of information concerning distant foods.  Invited colloquium.  Rocky Mountain Region Neurosciences Group. Denver, Colorado, April, 1985.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Wigmore, S.W.  Social learning in rats.  Invited symposium participant.  Midwestern Psychological Association Convention.  Chicago, May, 1985.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Olfactory communication among rats:  Information concerning distant diets.  Invited paper.  Fourth International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates.  Laramie, Wyoming, July, 1985.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Something you all should know about social learning in rats.  Invited paper Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, January, 1986.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Importance of social learning in determining diet selection by Norway rats.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the Animal Behavior       Society.  Tucson, Arizona, June, 1986.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Are animals expert in selecting adequate diets?  Invited paper.  McArthur Conference on Ingestive Behavior, Lake Waramang, Connecticut. October, 1986.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No rat is an island.  Invited paper, Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1987.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Behavior and Biopsychology: Building bridges.  Invited workshop participant.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1987.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning and diet selection.  Invited plenary speaker.  British Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, July, 1987.  Summarized in New Scientist, 30 July, 1987, 31.

Galef, B.G., Jr. Tradition and social learning:  Description of subpopulation-typical patterns of behavior and analyses of their development.  Invited plenary speaker, International Ethology Conference, Madison, WI, August, 1987.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The role of social interaction in production of adaptive end-points of behavioral development.  Invited participant, presidential symposium, Annual meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, New Orleans, Nov., 1987.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  "Feliciter is sapit qui periculo alieno sapit."  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1988.

Beck, M., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social control of diet selection:  How do animals find nutritious food?  Paper contributed to the Eastern Psychological Association Convention.  Buffalo, N.Y., April, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No rat is an island.  Invited paper.  Spring (Canadian) Conference on Behaviour and Brain, Whistler Village, B.C., April, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Black, R.M.  A signal that elicits feeding on a specific food by sated rats. Poster presented at the meetings of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, June, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No rat is an island.  Principal Lecturer, NATO Advanced Study Institute.  Ethoexperimental analysis of behavior.  Il Ciocco, Italy, July, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Invited Symposium Participant.  Can ethoexperimental techniques be applied to the study of human behavior?  NATO-ASI, Il Ciocco, Italy, July 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Invited Symposium Participant.  Ethoexperimental approaches to animal learning.  NATO-ASI, Il Ciocco, Italy, July, 1988.

Clark, M.M. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Correlates of differences in amount of maternal, anogenital licking received by same-sex gerbil pups.  Paper presented to the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Toronto, November, 1988.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social factors in diet selection and poison avoidance by Norway rats:  A brief review.  Invited participant.  International Conference on Appetite, Philadelphia, Dec. 1988.  Abstract published in Appetite, 1989, 12, 73.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The return of the revenge of the son of social learning, Part XI:  The Ultimate Challenge.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The social bases of food selection.  Invited address.  Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA, April, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Invited discussant.  Symposium on Anthropomorphism and Anecdotalism.  Meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Highland Heights, KY, June, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Nelson Distinguished Biologist Lecture.  Invited address.  University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, April, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Responses of observer rats to complex, food related signals emitted by demonstrator rats.  Paper contributed to the Meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Highland Heights, KY, June, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Further evidence that Norway rats do not socially transmit learned aversions to toxic baits.  Contributed paper.  Spring Canadian Conference on Behavior and Brain.  Banff, Alberta, April, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Origins of perverse flavor preferences.  Contributed paper.  Winter Conference on Animal Learning.  Winter Park, CO, January, 1989.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The masked contrarian rides again.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, Jan., 1990.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  My cleverest experiment.  Contributed short presentation.  Spring Canadian Conference on Behaviour and Brain, Banff, Alberta, April, 1990.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Mongolian gerbil dams invest more in their sons than in their daughters.  Paper contributed to the convention of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology.  Cambridge, England, July, 1990.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on fluid intake: Laboratory experiments with rats, field observations of primates.  Invited paper.  International Life Sciences Institute Symposium on Thirst, Washington, D.C., May, 1990.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The masked contrarian vs. the creatures from Koshima.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson, WY, Jan. 1991.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  On the role of tradition and imitation in the behavioral development of animals: The ontogeny of locale-specific behaviors in natural circumstances.  Invited Address, EPA Outreach Program in Developmental Psychobiology, Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY, April, 1991.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Olfactory communication among rats of complex diet-identifying information.  Contributed paper.  Chemical Signals in Vertebrates IV.  Philadelphia, PA.  June, 1991.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Exchange of diet-identifying information at aggregation sites.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Wilmington, N.C., June, 1991.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No ratte is an islande.  Invited plenary speaker.  Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Hamilton, Ontario, August, 1991. 

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on dietary self-selection by Norway rats at weaning.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, New Orleans, Nov., 1991.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Unconfounded evidence of sex-biased, postnatal maternal effort by Mongolian gerbil dams.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, New Orleans, Nov. 1991.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Foraging by young rats:  How do they compose a nutritionally adequate diet?  Damned if I know!  Invited paper Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson, WY, January, 1992.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the foraging success of weanling rats.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the Eastern Psychological Association.  Boston, April 1992.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the development of food preferences in rats: A quarter century of research.  Invited paper presented to the workshop on the ontogeny and social transmission of food preferences.  International School of Ethology, Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily, June 1992.

Clark, M.M., Crews, D., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Effects of male fetuses on the behaviour of Mongolian gerbil dams late in pregnancy: Evidence of androgen mediation.  Poster contributed to the 24th Conference on Reproductive Behaviour, Halifax, June, 1992.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the foraging success of weanling rats.  Poster presented at the meetings of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology, Princeton, NJ, August, 1992.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social effects on diet selection by Norway rats.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson, WY, January 1993.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  In the beginning.  Invited after dinner address.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson, WY, January, 1993.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the foraging success of weanling Norway rats.  Invited Paper. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, April, 1993.

Clark, M.M., Karpiuk, P., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Hormonally mediated inheritance of acquired characteristics in Mongolian gerbils.  Contributed paper.  Animal Behavior Society meetings.  Davis, CA, July, 1993.

Galef, B.G., Jr., & Smith, M.A.  Susceptibility of aritifically-reared rat pups to social influences on food choice.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Alexandria, VA, November, 1993.

Clark, M.M., Karpiuk, P. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Hormonally mediated transmission of acquired characteristics in Mongolian gerbils.  Paper contributed to the meetings of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Alexandria, VA, November, 1993.

Galef, B.G. Jr. More about social learning:  What structure can tell us about function.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference.  Jackson, WY, January, 1994.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & Durlach, P.  How tall should a rat cage be?  Invited symposium participant.  Convention of the Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science.  Hamilton, Ontario, June, 1994.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Charles Darwin, Niko Tinbergen and the past, present and future of studies of social learning.  Invited symposium participant, Meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Seattle, WA, July, 1994.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Contributions of psychology to the study of social learning and tradition in animals: An historical perspective and a new experimental paradigm.  Invited paper.  Human Frontier Science Program Workshop: Social Learning and Tradition in Animals.  Cambridge, UK, August 1994.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Food selection: Problems in understanding how we choose foods to eat.  Invited plenary paper.  Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, Hamilton, August, 1994.

Jones, D., Gonzalez-Lima, F., Crews, D. Galef, B.G., Jr. & Clark, M.M.  Effects of intrauterine position on metabolic inequalities in the hypothalmus of the Mongolian gerbil: A cytochrome oxidase.  Poster contributed to the meetings of the Society for Neuroscience, October, 1994.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo and Raphael: Culture in Norway rats. Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference XVII, Jackson, WY, Jan. 1995.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Effects on vertebrate development of unintentional signals. Invited conference participant. Institute for Human Communication Research Spring 1995 Conference: The role communication plays in human development, Durham, NC, April, 1995.

Galef, B. G., Jr. A new model system for studying behavioral traditions in animals. Invited symposium participant.  Social learning and imitation.  Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL, May, 1995.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  The other side of the coin:  Using analyses of intraspecific communciations to find substances attractive to rodents.  Invited symposium participant.  Denver Wildlife Research Center Symposium on Repellents in Wildlife Management.  Denver, CO, August, 1995.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Copying diet choice.  Invited plenary symposium participant.  Societe Quebecoise pour l'etude biologique de comportement.  Montreal, November, 1995.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  "Try it, you'll like it."  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference.  Jackson, WY, January 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social effects on affective responses to foods.  Contributed paper. Canadian Spring Conference on Behaviour and Brain.  Fernie, B.C., March 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning and imitation.  Invited participant.  Symposium on animal awareness.  University of Buffalo, April, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Does social learning induce changes in rats' affective responses to flavors?  Paper contributed to the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Flagstaff, AZ, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Animal social learning: A decade of progress in interdisciplinary behavioural research.  Invited State-of-the-Art Address.  XXVIth International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, August, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & White, D.J.  Learning socially when food has become available.  Contributed paper.  Meetings of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Washington, DC, November, 1996.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  When do we eat?  Social foraging for ephemeral foods.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference XIX, Jackson, WY, January, 1997.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Biology, psychology, who cares?  It's all animal behaviour.  Invited participant, Workshop on the evolution of learning.  Lexington, KY, February, 1997.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on where, when and what Norway rats eat.  Invited participant, Workshop on the evolution of learning.  Lexington, KY, February, 1997.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  When do we eat?  Social foraging by Norway rats.  Invited paper, Langfeld Conference on Current Issues in Comparative and Developmental Psychobiology.  Princeton, NJ, April, 1997.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Recent progress in studies of social learning in animals.  Invited paper.  Meetings of the Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., April, 1997.

White, D.J., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Mate-copying in Japanese quail, Coturnix coturnix japonica.  Poster presented at the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, College, Park, MD, June 1997.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on mate choice in Japanese quail.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, XX.  Jackson Hole, WY, February, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No ratte is an islande: Explorations in social foraging and social learning.  Invited address, Winter Conference on Animal Learning and Behavior XV.  Winter Park, CO.  February, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & White, D.J.  Social effects on mate choices of male and female Japanese quail.  Invited plenary paper, Napoli Social Learning Conference.  Naples, Italy.  July, 1998.

White, D.J. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Mate copying and conspecific cueing in Japanese quail.  Poster presented at the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society.  Carbondale, IL.  July, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  No ratte is an islande: Explorations in social foraging by Norway rats.  Invited fellow's lecture, Meetings of the Animal Behavior Society.  Carbondale, IL.  July, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr. & White, D.J.  Social influences on mate choice by quail of both sexes.  Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, August, 1998.

Clark, M.M., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Testosterone mediated trade-off between gerbils' sexual and parental behaviors.  Poster presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association.  August, 1998.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Environmental enrichment for laboratory rodents.  Invited symposium participant.  Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, San Antonio, TX., Dec. 1998

Galef, B.G., Jr.  To copy or not to copy.  That is the question.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference XXI, Jackson Hole, WY.  January 1999.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social foraging by Norway rats: Effects of public information on food preferences of individuals.  Invited plenary address:  IV Curso international "Bases neurobiologicas y ecologicas de la conducta como y para que.  Tlaxcala, Mexico, March, 1999.

Honey, L.P. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Exposure to ethanol before weaning affects alcohol intake by juvenile rats.  Poster presented at the meetings of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA, April 1999.

Galef, B.G., Jr., ‘Culture’ in quail: beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference XXII, Jackson Hole, WY.  January 2000.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Behavioural analyses of social impacts on learned feeding and sexual beahviours.  Invited lecture. VIth Biannual Symposium on the Science of Behavior.  February 2000.  Guadalajara, MX.

Honey, P.L., & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social induction of ethanol preference in juvenile rats. Contributed paper.  Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, March 2000.

Honey, P.C. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning of ethanol consumption does not depend on lactation.  Contributed paper.  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, New Orleans, November, 2000.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Dietary deficiencies and sociality in Norway rats.  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson, WY, January 2001.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning: Promotor or inhibitor of innovation?  Invited symposium participant.  XXVI International Ethology Congress.  Tubingen, Germany.  August, 2001.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the food choices of Norway rats and mate choices of Japanese quail.  Invited Keynote Speaker.  XIII Congreso de la Sociedad Espanola de Psicologia Comparada .  Reunion Internacional.  San Sebastian, Spain.  September 2001.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the food preferences of Norway rats and the male preferences of Japanese quail.  Invited keynote speaker.  Nebraska Behavioral Biology Group, Lincoln, NE.  November 2001.

Honey, P.L., Varley, K.R. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Relative influence of dams and unrelated adult females on pups’ ethanol consumption.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, San Diego, CA, November 2001.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Do you love the one you love?  Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, January, 2002, Jackson Hole, WY.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social influences on the food choices of Norway rats and mate choices of Japanese quail.  Invited paper.  Columbia University Seminar on Appetitive Behavior, New York, March 2002.

Persaud, K.N. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Female Japanese quail aggregate to avoid sexual harassment by males.  Poster contributed to the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Bloomington, IN, July, 2002.

Ophir, A.G. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Female Japanese quail modify their mate choices using information acquired from moving video images.  Paper presented at the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society, Bloomington, IN, July, 2002.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  On the culture of chimpanzees and rats.  Invited address.  Bert Miller Fort Erie Nature Club.  Fort Erie, Ontario, November, 2002.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  How a cognitive psychologist became an animal behaviorist.  Invited Speaker Psychological Sciences Workshop Series.  Binghamton University.  Binghamton, NY, December, 2002.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Hey Buffy, why not just poison the suckers?  Invited paper, Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, January, 2003.

Ophir, A.G. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Losers win in the end: Female Japanese quail that eavesdrop on fighting males prefer the losers.  Contributed paper.  Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Toronto, ON, January, 2003.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Food stealing by young Norway rats.  Invited paper.  Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May, 2003.

Persaud, K.N. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Fertilized female quail weigh the costs of sexual harassment differently than unfertilized quail.  Ontario Ecology & Ethology Colloquium, Hamilton, ON, May, 2003

Persaud, K.N. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  When is it worth it?  Fertilized and unfertilized female quail weigh the costs and benefits of sex differently.  Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Boise, ID, July, 2003.

Ophir, A.G. & Galef, B.G., Jr.  Once bitten, twice shy: female Japanese quail learn to avoid more dominant males.  Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Boise, ID, July, 2003.

Galef, B.G., Jr., Ratcliffe, J.M., & Fenton, M.B.  Vampire bats do not learn flavor aversions: A comparative study.  Paper contributed to the International Ethology Congress.  Florianopolis, Brazil, August, 2003.

Galef, B.G., Jr.  Social learning about foods by Norway rats.  Invited paper.  International Ethology Congress, Florianopolis, Brazil, August, 2003.

Galef, B. G., Jr. What you Sih is what you get. Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Breckenridge, Colorado. January, 2004.

Griffin, A. S. & Galef, B. G. Jr. Backward conditioning in socially acquired predator recognition. Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Adelaide, South Australia, April, 2004.

Persaud, K. N.& Galef, B. G., Jr. Sexually coercive males are less preferred by females and less likely to inseminate them.  Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Oaxaca, Mexico, June, 2004.

Clark, M. M. & Galef, B. G., Jr. The inter-litter effect: maternally mediated interactions of siblings in successive litters. Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology. Aix-en-Province, France, June, 2004.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Social learning about foods by animals. Invited paper. Nestle Purina Nutrition Forum. St. Louis, Missouri, October, 2004.

Galef, B. G., Jr. A new model system for studying social learning in animals. Invited paper.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr. A new model system for studying social learning in animals. Paper contributed to the annual meeting of the Australasian Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Palmerston North, New Zealand, April, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Social influences on the reproductive behavior of Japanese quail. Invited plenary address. St. Andrews International Conference on Animal Social Learning. St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. June, 2005.

Galef, B. G., Jr.  When theory fails do you publish? Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2006.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Behavioral aspects of preference. Invited paper. Focus on Palatability. Chicago, IL, April 2006.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Nothing succeeds like success: mate choice copying in Norway rats. Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2007.

Clark, M. M., Abadilla, R. & Galef, B. G., Jr. Why do fathers like daughters and mothers like sons? Contributed Poster, Parental Brain Conference: Parenting and the Brain. Boston, Massachusetts, June, 2007.

Galef, B. G., Jr., Dudley, K. & Whiskin, E. E. Social Influences on the food choices of Norway rats: testing formal models of social learning. Contributed paper. Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society. Burlington, Vermont, July, 2007.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Testing predictions from formal models of social learning: when should animals increase their reliance on socially acquired information. Invited paper. European Conference on Artificial Life: Workshop on Social Learning in Embodied Agents. Lisbon Portugal, September, 2007.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Social influences on mate selection in Japanese quail.  Invited Symposium participant. Annual meeting of the Pavlovian Society. Austin, Texas, October, 2007.

Galef, B. G., Jr. Success at last: support for some predictions from formal models of social learning. Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2008.

Galef, B. G. What it means to be not human: social learning without imitation.  Invited paper. EDICI Workshop “The evolution, development and intentional control of imitation.” Vienna, Austria, March, 2008.

Galef, B. G. Familiarity breeds contempt: Why some formal models of social learning sometimes get it wrong.  Invited paper. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Tests of two predictions from formal Darwinian models: social learning in unproductive and dissatisfied Norway rats. Invited paper. Origins Institute: Darwin’s Legacy. Hamilton, Ontario, May, 2009.

Galef, B. G. Familiarity breeds contempt: Why some formal models of social learning sometimes get it wrong.  Contributed paper.  XXXI International Ethology Congress, Rennes, France, August, 2009.

Galef, B. G. My life in science. Invited paper. Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, November, 2009.

Galef, B. G., Jr. An unofficial history of the Winter Animal Behavior Conferences. Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2010.

Galef, B. G. The relationship between terminology and experiment in studies of social learning. Invited paper. Satellite meeting on social learning in humans and non-human animals: theoretical and empirical dissections. Kavli Royal Society International Centre, Chicheley Hall, UK, July 2010.

Carter, G. G., Ratcliffe, J. M. & Galef, B. G. Spatial cues overshadow shape and scent cues in a flower bat and a fruit bat. Contributed paper, Annual meeting of the Animal behavior Society, Williamsburg, VA, July, 2010.

Galef, B. G. Social learning of food preference in Norway rats goes molecular.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2011.

Galef, B. G. Social influences on the food choices of Norway rats: molecular biology and formal models.  Invited lecture. The Emerging Science of Culture Series. Green College, University of British Columbia, April 2011.

Galef B. The question of animal culture. Invited lecture. Colloquia on Fundemental Issues in Biology. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, April 2011.

Galef, B. G. Invited lecture. Social learning of food preference in Norway rats goes molecular. Winter Animal Behaviour Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January 2011.

Galef, B. G. Invited lecture. Social learning and the study of the physical basis of memory.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2012.

Galef, B. G. Invited lecture. Social learning in humans, rats, mice and fruitflies. Winter Animal Behavior Conference.  Styeamboat Springs, Colorado, January 2013.

Galef, B. G.  Invited lecture. Social learning in humans, rats, mice and fruitflies. Winter Animal Behavior Conference.  Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January 2013.

Galef, B. G.  Invited lecture. Network Diffusuion Analysis and Akaike's Information Criterion: two good reasons to be happy to have retired.  Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2014.

Galef, B. G. Invited lecture. The nature of the beast. Winter Animal Behavior Conference. Steamboat Springs, Colorado, January, 2015.


Invited Departmental Colloquia (1968-2009)

Trent University (2)                                   Princeton University (2)

University of Pennsylvania                         Swarthmore College

Institute for Animal Behavior (2)                National Institutes of Health (2)

American Museum of Natural History          Smithsonian Institution (3)

Waterloo University (2)                             University of Western Ontario (3)

University of Toronto (6)                           Florida State University

SUNY Stony Brook                                    Purdue University

University of British Columbia                    University of Massachusetts

Cornell University (2)                                Indiana University (4)

University of Colorado (3)                          McGill University

SUNY Buffalo (2)                                       SUNY Binghamton (2)

Brock University (2)                                  McMaster University (9)

University of Manitoba                               University of New England (3)

Monell Chemical Senses Center                  University of Tel Aviv (2)

Queens University                                     University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Rockefeller University                                U.S.D.A., Denver Wildlife Research Center

University of Missouri (2)                           University of California at Davis (2)

University of Michigan                                Duke University

Guelph University                                      University of Washington

University of Georgia                                  University College London (2)

Cambridge University                                 Concordia University

University of Tokyo                                     Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute

Macquarie University (2)                             University of Sydney

Instuto Superior de Psicologia (Lisbon)