Ph.D., Physiological Psychology, 1986, Boston University
Charles I. Abramson is a comparative-physiological psychologist recognized internationally for his work in several areas. These areas include the behavioral comparison of Africanized honey bees, the development of biological controls including the use of essential oils to combat insect pests, the study of agrochemicals, behavioral control of Chagas disease, and the development of a social insect model to study alcoholism of humans. Dr. Abramson is also known for his historical research into the life of the African American behavioral scientist Charles Henry Turner. Dr. Abramson’s international work extends into South America, Eastern Europe, and Asia.
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