March 13, 2020

Episode 223: What birds can teach us about stress

What the behavior of birds can tell us about how humans respond to stress.

AZSCI 223 Birds Stress Western and Mountain Bluebirds are being studied by UA's Renee Duckworth in Montana.
Alex Badyaev

Arizona Science

What birds can teach us about stress

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Episode 223: University of Arizona Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Renee Duckworth

University of Arizona Ecology and Evolutionary Biology professor Renee Duckworth has found birds' maternal stress can be important for offspring during development. Her work investigates parallels from birds to other species including humans.

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