The dyscord lab explores the dynamics of social communication and inter-organism dependencies. We investigate social interaction in a dynamical and ecological framework using data-rich methods. We strive to conduct our science in a way that broadens access to and resources for these approaches. We do this by adopting open-science practices, by creating open-access resources, and by contributing to educational efforts.
We are located in the University of Connecticut’s Department of Psychological Sciences, specifically within the Perception, Action, Cognition division. We are connected to the multidepartmental Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action and the cross-divisional Social-Ecological and Environmental Lab.