Assistant Professor of Companion Animal Science
Director of the Canine Olfaction Research and Education Laboratory
Nathaniel Hall earned his PhD from the University of Florida in 2015. While there he did research working with fruit bats, dogs, and wolves. He continued his studies as a Post Doctoral Scholar at Arizona State University in the Canine Science Collaboratory.
My lab broadly studies dogs' sense of smell. We explore the capabilities of the dog's nose and how training influences olfactory perception. For more information, please visit my lab website. Potential graduate students may email me an inquiry.
- Hall, N. J., Smith, D., & Wynne, C. D. L. (2016). Effect of odorant pre-exposure on domestic dogs' sensitivity. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 178, 80-87.
- Hall, N., Collada, A., Smith, D., & Wynne, C. D. L. (2016). Performance of dogs on an olfactory discrimination of a homologous series of alcohols. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 178, 1-6.
- Hall, N.J, Liu, J., Kertes, D.K., & Wynne, C.D.L. (2016). Behavioral and self report measures influencing children's reported attachment to their dog. Anthrozoös, 29, 137-150.
- Hall, N.J., & Wynne, C.D.L., (2016). Canine Olfactory Learning and Behavior. In Canine Olfaction Science And Law: Advances in Forensics, Medicine, Conservation and Environmental Remediation. Taylor and Francis.
- Hall, N.J., Protopopova, A., & Wynne, C.D.L. (2016). Olfaction in Wild Canids and Russian Canid Hybrids. In Canine Olfaction Science And Law: Advances in Forensics, Medicine, Conservation and Environmental Remediation. Taylor and Francis.
- Hall, N.J., Glenn, K, Smith, D., & Wynne, C.D.L. (2015). Performance of Pugs, Greyhounds, and German Shepherds (Canis lupus familiaris) on an odor-discrimination task. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 129, 237-246.
- Hall, N.J., Smith, D., & Wynne, CDL (2015). Pavlovian conditioning enhances resistance to disruption of dogs performing and odor discrimination. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 103, 484-497.
- Hall, N.J., Protopopova, A., & Wynne, C.D.L. (2015). The role of environmental and owner-provided consequences in canine stereotypy and compulsive behavior. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical applications and research, 10(1), 24-35.