Sarah-Jane Vick

Academic Supervisor for The Chimpcam Project


Dr Sarah-Jane Vick is a Lecturer of Psychology at the University of Stirling. Sarah’s research interests are in social cognition in nonhuman primates, including social interaction and emotional responses in chimpanzees. She is also developing research into attitudes towards animals and human-animal interactions, including emotional responses to different species. She has extensive experience conducting projects within a zoological setting and has considerable experience working with a number of primate species on cognitive tasks within dedicated research facilities in the USA, Europe, and Japan.

Sarah is the primary supervisor (with Hannah Buchanan-Smith) for Betsy Herrelko’s PhD research on The Chimpcam Project.

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