Suzanne Gray

Suzanne is a third-year graduate student who loves animals of all types. She enjoys teaching undergraduates about comparative psychology and cognition. She hopes her experience working with Irene Pepperberg on the cognitive abilities of parrots will be well-complemented by the traditional operant procedures in the Comparative Cognition Lab at Tufts. She currently investigates depth perception, task switching, and action recognition in pigeons.

Comparative Cognition Lab

Tufts University