Donald R. Griffin

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Donald Griffin"

(1915 - 2003)

Mean distance: 11.53 (cluster 10)


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Clarke R. Slater research assistant 1959-1962 Harvard
Jonathan Patrick Kelley research assistant 1998-2001 Harvard
Alan D. Grinnell grad student Harvard
Katherine Ralls grad student Harvard (Evolution Tree)
Carolyn Ristau grad student Rockefeller
Peter Tyack grad student (Oceanography Tree)
Donald Kennedy grad student 1956 Harvard
Roderick A. Suthers grad student 1960-1964 Harvard
Merle S. Bruno grad student 1960-1966 Hampshire College
Jack Winningham Bradbury grad student 1963-1968 Rockefeller
Carl D. Hopkins grad student 1966-1972 Rockefeller
Alvin Novick post-doc Harvard
Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler post-doc
Nobuo Suga post-doc 1963-1965 Harvard
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Griffin DR, Speck GB. (2004) New evidence of animal consciousness. Animal Cognition. 7: 5-18
Simmons JA, Eastman KM, Auger G, et al. (2004) Video/acoustic‐array studies of swarming by echolocating bats The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 116: 2632-2632
Griffin DR, Thompson D. (1982) High altitude echolocation of insects by bats Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 10: 303-306
Griffin DR, Simmons JA. (1974) Echolocation of insects by horseshoe bats Nature. 250: 731-732
Griffin DR, Hopkins CD. (1974) Sounds audible to migrating birds Animal Behaviour. 22: 672-678
Griffin DR, Marler P. (1974) Scientific methods in ethology [8] Science. 185: 814
Marler P, Griffin DR. (1973) The 1973 nobel prize for physiology or medicine. Science (New York, N.Y.). 182: 464-6
Griffin DR. (1973) Comments on animal sonar symposium Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 54: 137-138
Baerends GP, Barlow GW, Bateson P, et al. (1971) Book review Animal Behaviour. 19: 791-814
Griffin DR, Suthers RA. (1970) Sensitivity of echolocation in cave swiftlets. The Biological Bulletin. 139: 495-501
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