Lynette A. Hart

Position Title
Professor of Veterinary Population Health and Reproduction<br>Director of the Center for Animals in Society

1024C Haring Hall
Bio

Profile Introduction

Human-animal relationships; communication and social behavior in large mammals; applied animal behavior in dogs and cats.

Research Interests

Human-animal relationships; communication and social behavior in large mammals; applied animal behavior in dogs and cats.

Grad Group Affiliations

  • EpidemiologyGeography

Specialties / Focus

  • Animal Management and Welfare
  • Communication

Courses

  • PHR 106 Human-Animal Interactions: Benefits and Issues, Winter
  • PHR 408 Mouse Behavior and Biology, Winter
  • EPI 290 Epdemiology seminar, Spring

Professional Societies

  • International Society of Anthrozoology
  • Animal Behavior Society
  • Acoustical Society of America
  • American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior

Degrees

  • 1958 BA Physical Science Education Brigham Young University
  • 1964 MS Educational Psychology University of California, Berkeley
  • 1976 PhD Animal Behavior, Zoology Rutgers University

Publications

O'Connell-Rodwell CE, Arnason B and Hart LA. 2000. Seismic properties of Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) vocalizations and locomotion. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 108:3066-3072

O'Connell-Rodwell CE, Rodwell T, Rice M, and LA Hart. 2000. Living with the modern conservation paradigm: can agricultural communities co-exist with elephants? A five-year case study in East Caprivi, Namibia. Biological Conservation. 93:381-391

Zasloff RL and LA Hart. 1998. ttitudes and care practices of cat caretakers in Hawaii Attitudes and care practices of cat caretakers in Hawaii. Anthrozoos. 11:42-248

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