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Can you describe how you arrived at the realization that the human-animal relationship was bidirectional in this way? Indeed, by teaching Environmental Psychology at Georgia Tech, and from the work of my mentor, Robert SommerI learned early in my career that there was a lot more information about how the built environment altered human behavior. In spite of this fact, the earliest intellectual contributions to the EP literature came from biologists and anthropologists such as Calhoun and Hall, students of territoriality and personal space.
Sommer's two books, Personal Spaceand Tight Spaceswere especially influential. He was Harlow 's first graduate student at Wisconsin and I found information in his book on humanistic psychology that was directly applicable to zoo habitats, standards, and practices. Founder of the "Human Potential" movement, I found his ideas useful in developing a kind of "Primate Potential.
How unique is your approach in the field of zoo management? Has the zoo management field been receptive to your ideas? My ideas have been accepted quite well among keepers, curators, and other scientists. We are seeing many of my ideas in the work of zoo architects and this design approach has been collaborative among many of my close colleagues such as Gary Lee of CLR JGG: a Philadelphia-based design firm.
I do think this will change however and some zoos e. I've had no trouble publishing my work in major journals such as Environment and Behavior and the Journal of Comparative Psychology. Our book Ethics on the Ark was one of the most successful Smithsonian books and it has been widely influential in the zoo profession. My recent talk Building Ethical Arks at the University of California at Davis brought a large crowd of interested students and young faculty, so I think there is a bit of a movement building.
I wrote an important book chapter about elephant welfare in a Tufts publication An Elephant in the Room that caused a bit of a stir among zoo folks. What kinds of jobs exist for those kinds of people?
I used to recommend they study with me at Georgia Tech. You have to find a mentor who is doing this kind of work and then make contributions that get you noticed. You have to publish regularly in good journals and then find the right job. Many of my students found zoos that wanted Ph. The one idea that I am pursuing with other zoos that is fairly new is the concept of "wellness.
Wellness is a blend of biology and psychology and it also provides visitors with an example of how wellness in zoo animals can contribute to our understanding of wellness in our families and our communities. I think the wellness concept will be prove to be a very useful concept as we strive for optimal environments, standards, and practices for each and every unique species in the zoo. If so, how? Do you find these tools to be useful for outreach?
My daughter Molly is an expert in social media and she has taught me that it is an important means of communicating the power of our ideas. I'm working on a weblog in my current consulting work so I hope to export ideas and commentary in the coming months. Right now I'm helping non-profit leaders and scholars in Georgia, Florida, and California so I am Mademoiselle Terry Au Zoo part 1 - Kassap* • Corneloup* - Pointe Noire (CD a good response from professionals who need help.
Tweets are not my style too superficial but I expect to do a lot of blogging. Women and Children First - by Eric M. Johnson at Times Higher Ed. Images: Terry Maple via The Observer. All other images copyright the author. The views expressed are those of the author s and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.
Jason G. Goldman is a science journalist based in Los Angeles. He has written about animal behavior, wildlife biology, conservation, and ecology for Scientific AmericanLos Angeles magazine, the Washington Postthe Guardianthe BBC, Conservation magazine, and elsewhere. He enjoys sharing his wildlife knowledge on television and on the radio, and often speaks to the public about wildlife and science communication. You have free article s left. It was with the wait as my two granddaughters love their authentic music makers.
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