Bonnie Perdue, Ph.D.
Dr. Perdue is Assistant Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at Agnes Scott College. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Georgia in 2004, her M.S. in Experimental Psychology in 2008, and her Ph.D. in Cognition and Brain Science in 2011, both from Georgia Tech. She completed her Postdoctoral research at the Language Research Center of Georgia State University.
She is a member of Division 2, Division 3 and Division 6 of the American Psychological Association. She was the Duane M. Rumbaugh Fellow at Georgia State University. She was elected to Psi Chi as an undergraduate and was the recipient of the Richard M. Griffith award from the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SSPP) in 2013. She has served as the Program Chair for the SSPP and was elected to serve on its Council from 2015-2018. She is membership chair for Division 3 of APA for 2017-2020 and the program chair for Division 6 for the 2018 meeting of the APA. She also serves on the CARE committee of APA. She has published papers in Psychological Science, Cognition, Animal Cognition, Biology Letters, the American Journal of Primatology and the Journal of Comparative Psychology. She co-authored a book entitled Zoo Animal Welfare by Springer-Verlag. Click here for her full CV.
Dr. Perdue regularly teaches Cognitive Neuroscience, Introductory Psychology, Psychology, Research Statistics, Research Design and Methods, Animal and Human Learning and Animal Behavior at Agnes Scott College.