CRAB - Centre for research in Animal Behaviour

Our centre is uniquely placed as one of the few international groups providing a bridging link between traditional questions of human psychology (cognition, learning, memory, social and developmental processes) and animal models providing experimental and evolutionary research opportunities. We explore the causes, functions and evolution of animal behaviour and how it adapts each species to its natural environment.


About CRAB

Find our more about the Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour (CRAB) from group leader Dr Natalie Hempel de Ibarra.

Prospective students

Our Lundy Island field trip - a highlight of MSc Animal Behaviour. 

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