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Irene Pepperberg
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Irene Pepperberg

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Irene Pepperberg

Irene Pepperberg
Company: Harvard University
Title: Research Associate and lecturer
Location: Cambridge, United States
Fields of operation: Education

Pepperberg (S.B, MIT, ’69; Ph.D., Harvard, ’76) is a Research Associate and lecturer at Harvard. She has been a visiting Assistant Professor at Northwestern University, a tenured Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, a visiting Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab and an adjunct Associate Professor at Brandeis University. She received John Simon Guggenheim, Whitehall, Harry Frank Guggenheim, and Radcliffe Fellowships, the 2000 Selby Fellowship (Australian Academy of Sciences), the 2005 Frank Beach Award, was nominated for the Weizmann, L'Oreal, and Grawemeyer Awards, the Animal Behavior Society’s Quest Award and Exemplar Award. She won the 2013 Clavius Award (St. Johns University). The Alex Studies, describing over 20 years of peer-reviewed experiments on Grey parrots, was favorably reviewed in publications as diverse as the New York Times and Science. Her memoir, Alex & Me, a New York Times bestseller, won a Christopher Award. She has published over 100 scholarly articles in peer reviewed journals and as book chapters. She is a Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society, APA APS, AOU, AAAS, MPA, and EPA. She is a consulting editor for four journals and as previous associate editor for The Journal of Comparative Psychology.


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