Bradley Arsznov, Associate Professor

Address: 103M Armstrong Hall
Phone: 507-389-1291

Areas of Interest

  • Biological basis of behavior
  • Brain morphology and behavioral specializations
  • Social/Cultural Neuroscience
  • Brain evolution
  • Animal cognition
  • Neuroimaging and cytoarchitecture

Courses Taught

  • Psyc 211W - Research Methods and Design
  • Psyc 321 - Introduction to Brain and Behavior
  • Psyc 358 - Introduction to Cultural Psychology
  • Psyc 414 - Learning
  • Psyc 421 - Behavioral Neuroscience

Selected Publications/Presentations

  • Sakai, S.T. and Arsznov, B.M. (2017). carnivoran Brains: Effects of Sociality on Inter-and Intraspecific Comparisons of Regional Brain Volumes. In: Kaas, J (ed.), Evolution of Nervous Systems 2e. vol. 2, pp. 413-428. Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Sakai, S.T., Arsznov, B.M., Hristova, A.E., Yoon, E.J., Lundrigan, B.L. (2016) Big Cat Coalitions: A comparative analysis of regional brain volumes in Felidae. Front. Neuroant. vol. 10 (99)
  • Arsznov, B.M. and Sakai, S.T. (2013). The Procyonid Social Club: Comparison of brain volumes in the coatimundi (Nasua nasua, N. narica), kinkajou (Potos flavus), and raccoon (Procyon lotor). Brain Behav Evol DOI: 10.1159/000354639 (Featured on Science Daily)
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