When I get in the train next week at the Düsseldorf airport, I know that there is something different about it in comparison to a normal train.
Measuring Behavior is an international multidisciplinary conference which takes place every two years. This August it is in Wageningen, in the Netherlands. If you are a behavioral researcher, you really ought to attend. Why?
How can you come to better understand what is going on in the creative process? A living lab studying the work of a writer, painter, musician or other creative person might provide the answer.
Does it matter how much time a cow spends standing up or lying down? Bert Tolkamp thought that it did matter, and he proved his point by winning an IgNobel prize for his work on this.
Precision farming has advanced enormously in recent years. New GPS technology can even be used to detect animals' behavior by using software like TrackLab.
The online shopping revolution is having a huge impact on retail shops. What new tools should the shop manager use to know how to respond?
With so many meetings, in so many fields of behavioral research, what makes Measuring Behavior stand out?