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Professor of Psychology
Siviy's research interests are in identifying the neurobiological substrates of play behavior and studying the effects of early social isolation on the structure and function of brain monoamine systems. He has most recently published works in "Behavioral Brain Research," "Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews," "Journal of Comparative Psychology," "Behavioral Neuroscience," and "Physiology and Behavior."
Expertise: Neurobiological Substrates of Mammalian Playfulness