Audrey Parrish

I am a PhD candidate in the Cognitive Sciences program in Georgia State University’s Psychology department with Dr. Sarah Brosnan. I conduct comparative research with nonhuman primates at the Language Research Center, including chimpanzees, rhesus macaques, and capuchin monkeys. My research interests include the cognitive and social underpinnings of primate behavior, including performance on perceptual, social and decision-making tasks. My previous research at Winthrop University in South Carolina focused on habitat utilization and resource partitioning of nine different primate species in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest during the dry season.

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