Social Networks: How Simple Parts Make Complex Systems, Part 2 - 2009

November 27, 2013

In the second half of this two-part program about social networks, Dr. Sean O’Donnell, associate professor at the University of Washington, shares his research on social insects as model research systems for exploring how individual behavior is integrated to yield complex, adaptive behavior at the group level.

Sheri Mizumori, PhD, professor and chair, Psychology, University of Washington
Sean O’Donnell, PhD, associate professor, Neurobiology & Behavior Program, University of Washington