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Dr. Amélie Dreiss


 

My research interests focus on the understanding of the dynamics of social interactions. I carry on experiments in controlled conditions on interactions between barn owl siblings Tyto alba, to tackle two aspects of this issue:
(1) how individuals perceive and memorize social interactions and
(2) how do they strategically invest in an interaction according to the gathered information.

The second component of my work is the understanding of animal behaviour in the light of life history strategies and sexual selection. I have set up several experimental works in the wild, on various model species. Using long-term data set, I have worked on habitat selection, mate choice and the evolution of multiple strategies.

Sep 07 -
Post doctoral assistant at the University of Lausanne.

Sep 06 - Aug 07
ATER (Research & teaching postdoctoral assistant) at the University of Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6 (Laboratoire Fonctionnement et Evolution des Systèmes Ecologiques, CNRS-UMR 7625).

Oct 05 - Aug 06
ATER (Research & teaching postdoctoral assistant) at the University of Poitiers (Laboratory of Genetic and Biology of Isopods, CNRS UMR 6556).

Oct 01 - Feb 06
PhD at the University of Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6 (CNRS-UMR 7625), founded by French Ministry of Research, under the supervision of Anders P. Møller and Etienne Danchin. Subject: Bird song and colour: multiple signalling and role in sexual selection

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