Dr Morrell welcomes applications in all areas of her research, particularly those relating to the evolution of social and anti-predator behaviour, the impact of environmental change on the behaviour of fishes, and the way animals perceive their environment.
She is able to supervise both empirical and theoretical projects and is willing to support applications from students wishing to access their own funding.
- Kimbell H S: Behavioural Flexibility and Environmental Change, University of Hull (2015)
- Johannesen Á: Aquatic Predator-Prey Interactions, University of Leeds (2013)
- Rodgers G M: The Role of Colour and Oddity in Fish Behaviour, University of Leeds (2011)
- Chapman B B: Early Experience and Plasticity in Guppies, University of Leeds (2009)
Current PhD Supervisions
- McLean S: Laterality and Parental Care in Fish
- Peasland E: Maximising the Benefits of Environmental Fieldwork for a Diverse Student Body
- Dobbinson K E: The Oddity Effect: Applying Principles from Psychology to an Ecological Question
- Carrick C: Forager Responses to Patch Size, Density and Purity: Exploring Resource Concentration and Resource Dilution Effects