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Dr Wallner finished his PhD (1997) on anogenital attractiveness as an endocrine and social marker in female Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) in Salem, Germany. He had research stays at Prof Zahavi’s lab (University of Tel Aviv; 1998) and at Prof Kaplan’s lab at Wake Forest University; 1999). Recently he holds the position of an Assoc Prof for primatology at the Department of Anthropology, Vienna. During his post graduate period he held the position of a principal investigator for EIA analysis in fecal, saliva and blood samples at Prof Dittami’s lab, Department of Behavioural Biology, Vienna. From 2001-2007 he was the head of the Quality Assurance Unit at the University of Vienna.
•Stress perception and its endocrine effects on reproductive physiology in relation to social hierarchies in humans and non human primates. •Behavioral, endocrine, and morphological aspects of female secondary sex characters in non human primates. •Occupational ethology: evolutionary aspects of human prosocial behavior at labor in relation to the reactivity of the HPA axis.
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