Craig Sargent

  • Professor
  • Behavior
  • Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
  • Biology
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Room 115 MDR3
859-257-8742
Research

My research combines original theory with laboratory and field experiments to study the ecology and evolution of reproductive and life-history strategies in teleost fishes. Most of my current research focuses on conflicts of interest (e.g. "the battle of the sexes," intrasexual competition for mates, parent/offspring conflict), and their implications for the fish mating systems. My research program integrates several levels of biological organization and includes elements of population biology, sensory physiology, and genetics.

PubMed Publications*: 
  • Kaul, P.;Passafiume, J.;Sargent, CR ;O'Hara, BF "Meditation acutely improves psychomotor vigilance, and may decrease sleep need." Behavioral and brain functions : BBF 6, (2010): 47. Details. Full text
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