Catherine Young



Cat did her Honours on co‐operation in social babblers at UNSW in 2007. Following this she has worked on a diverse range of research projects (and study systems) around the world, including South Africa, UK and Australia. She started a PhD in 2012 and will be combining field and laboratory experiments to explore the proximate and ultimate costs and fitness benefits of aggression in a highly colonial-nesting bird, the crimson finch.


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