Emily J Northey

Emily J Northey
Seattle Pacific University | SPU · School of Psychology, Family, and Community

MS Research Psychology

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Introduction
I'm currently working on my master's capstone project where I am researching the impacts that a new animal introduction has on the behaviors of the animals who are already present in the exhibit, as well as the behaviors of the visitors. This is taking place at the Seattle Aquarium.
Education
September 2021 - August 2022
Seattle Pacific University
Field of study
  • Research Psychology
September 2017 - June 2021
Seattle Pacific University
Field of study
  • Animal Behavior Psychology

Publications

Publications (4)
Article
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Modern zoos and aquariums are defined by several primary goals, which include improving the welfare of their animals, public education, and inspiring visitors to develop an interest in conservation. Animal-Visitor Interactions (AVIs) (i.e., the impact of captive animals and visitors on each other) are a primary means to study these goals. The intro...
Poster
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Poster presented at the SPFC Research Conference in Seattle, WA (USA).
Poster
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Poster presented at the SPFC Research Conference in Seattle, WA (USA).
Presentation
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Paper presented at the SPFC Research Conference in Seattle, WA (USA).

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