- B.S., Biology, Union College (NY), 1996
- M.S., Biology, New York University, 1998
- Ph.D., Ecology and Systematics, Indiana State University, 2003
- General Biology I and II
- Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
- Comparative Animal Physiology
- General Endocrinology
- Behavioral Ecology
- Research Techniques in Herpetology
I am a broadly-trained, integrative organismal biologst interested in the behavior, physiology, and ecology of reptiles. Specifically, I combine these disciplines to investigate how reptiles perceive, interact with, and navigate their environments.
Selected Recent and Forthcoming Publications
(* - undergraduate coauthor)
Roth, T.C., and A.R. Krochmal. In review. Pharmacological and Ontogenetic Evidence for the Role of Spatial Memory in Turtle Navigation.
Roth, T.C., and A.R. Krochmal. 2016. Cognition-centered conservation as a means of advancing integrative animal behavior. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. In press.
Krochmal, A.R., T.C. Roth, S. Rush*, K.Wachter*. 2015. Turtles outsmart rapid environmental change: the role of cognition in navigation. Communicative and Integrative Biology. In press
Roth, T.C., A.R. Krochmal, and Z. Nemeth. 2015. Thinking about change: an integrative approach for examining cognition in a changing world. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55:347-353.
Roth, T.C., and A.R. Krochmal. 2015. The role of age-specific learning and experience for turtles navigating a changing landscape. Current Biology 25:333-337. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2014.11.048; Cover article and cover photo. Featured in Berkeley Science Review.