Anthropology Department

Dr. Judi Corr

  Associate Professor

1156 Au Sable Hall

Primate Behavior, biocultural anthropology Africa, Caribbean, SE Asia

Sabbatical leave: Fall 2011

Professor Corr is a primatologist, receiving her Ph.D. in Anthropology From Ohio State University. Her specialty is Biological Anthropology with an emphasis on non-human primates. Although her dissertation research was with a captive population of rhesus macaques on the Puerto Rican island of Cayo Santiago, Professor Corr has broad field experience working with other primate species. Her research specializes in social aging and evolution among chimpanzees, rhesus macaques and other primate species in North and South America and in Africa.
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