National Geographic: Lori Marino discusses her career and marine mammal captivity. (2017)
The Ghosts in Our Machine – Dr. Marino is featured as Animal Ambassador. (2012)
Radio Free Rescue – Dr. Marino discusses the effects of captivity on cetacean behavior and the ethics of human-nonhuman relationships. (2013)
io9 – When does an animal count as a person? (2012)
Wired – Dr. Marino discusses the potential harm to beluga cultures and matrilines from wild capture and import. (2012)
Animal Planet – Blood Dolphins Show: In Opposition to Dolphin Captivity (2011)
Radio and podcast interviews
Easy Vegan – Dr. Marino is interviewed about cow psychology and veganism (2017)
Animals Today Radio – Dr. Marino is interviewed about the psychology of cows – begins at 12:31 (2017)
Our Hen House – Dr. Marino is interviewed about The Someone Project (2017)
Talking Animals – Dr. Marino is interviewed by Duncan Strauss (Jan. 2016)
The Best of Business Radio – “Changes at SeaWorld” on Knowledge @Wharton (Nov. 2015)
Minnesota Public Radio News – Minnesota Zoo exhibit raises dolphin captivity questions (2012)
Animals Today Radio – the Georgia Aquarium infant beluga whale death (2012)
The Dolphin Pod – The Truth About Dolphin Assisted Therapy (2008)
Lori Marino gives a talk about the Whale Sanctuary Project to students and faculty at Franklin & Marshall College (2017)
Animal Law Conference (2017)
Lori Marino discusses Challenges in Aquatic Animal Welfare and Ethics with a panel of experts at the Detroit Zoo conference (2017)
Lori Marino testifies before Canadian Senate Committee in support of Bill S-230, which would ban captive display of cetaceans in Canada (2017)
Lori Marino moderates a discussion on Scholar-Advocacy at the SuperPod 5 conference (2016)
Lori Marino’s presentation about the Whale Sanctuary Project at the SuperPod 5 conference (2016)
Lori Marino’s Q&A on The Ghosts in Our Machine in Atlanta, Georgia (March 2014)
Lori Marino presents the Science of the Nonhuman Rights Project (December 2013)
Lori Marino’s interview for the book The Politics of Species (December 2013)
Lori Marino presents the Science Behind Blackfish in San Antonio, Texas (October 2013)
Lori Marino discusses the film Blackfish with an Atlanta audience (August 2013)
Lori Marino discusses Death at SeaWorld with author David Kirby and marine mammal scientist Naomi Rose (September 2012)
Big Think Interviews with Lori Marino (2010):
Animals, Research and Alternatives Conference, Wash. DC. (2010)
Congressional Testimony to the House Committee on Natural Resources (April 27, 2010).
Lori Marino explains why the educational claims of the marine mammal captivity industry are without merit.
Articles about Lori Marino
Scientists Make the Best Advocates: a conversation with Maureen Nandini Mitra of Earth Island Journal (2016)
Lori Marino: Leader of a Revolution in How We Perceive Animals by Virginia Morell, National Geographic (May 2014)
It’s Complicated: The Lives of Dolphins & Scientists, by Erik Vance, Discover Magazine (September 7, 2011)
Are Dolphins Too Smart for Captivity? by David Grimm, Science Magazine (29 April 2011)
A Selection of Dr. Marino’s Publications
The Psychology of Cows: Animal Behavior and Cognition, 4(4): 474-498. Marino L & Allen K. (2017)
Thinking Chickens: A literature review of cognition, emotion, and behavior in the domestic chicken. Animal Cognition, 20(2): 127-141. Marino L. (2017)
Signs of Intelligent Life – Pigs possess complex ethological traits similar to dogs and chimpanzees. By Lori Marino and Christina M. Colvin.
Article for Natural History (October 2015)
Dolphins Are Not Healers – “Dolphins are smart, sociable predators. They don’t belong in captivity and they shouldn’t be used to ‘cure’ the ill.”
Article for Aeon magazine (June 2013)
AAT Construct Validity Marino?
Marino L (2012) Anthrozoos 25: s139-s151.
Towards a new paradigm of non-captive research on cetacean cognition.
Marino L, Frohoff T (2011) Public Library of Science ONE 6(9): e24121.
A trans-species perspective on nature.
Marino L (November 2010) Online essay for On The Human (National Humanities Center).
Do zoos and aquariums promote attitude change in visitors?
Marino L, Lilienfeld S, Malamud R, Nobis N, Broglio R (2010) Society and Animals, 18: 126-138.
The captivity industry: The reality of zoos and aquariums.
Marino L, Bradshaw G, Malamud, R (2009) Best Friends Animal Society Magazine, March-April issue: 25-27.
Elephant assisted therapy: issues and concerns.
Marino L, Bradshaw G (2008) The Born Free Foundation.
A claim in search of evidence: Reply to Manger’s thermogenesis hypothesis of cetacean brain structure.
Marino L, Butti, C, Connor RC, Fordyce, RE, Herman LM, Hof PR, Lefebvre L, Lusseau D, McCowan B, Nimchinsky EA, Pack AA, Reidenberg JS, Reiss D, Rendell L, Uhen MD ,Van der Gucht E, WhiteheadH (2008) Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 83: 417-440.
Cetaceans have complex brains for complex cognition.
Marino L, Connor RC, Fordyce, RE, Herman LM, Hof PR, Lefebvre L, Lusseau, McCowan B, Nimchinsky EA, Pack AA, Rendell L, Reidenberg JS, Reiss D, Uhen MD ,Van der Gucht E, WhiteheadH. (2007) Public Library of Science (PLOS) Biology, 5(5): e139.
Marino L, Lilienfeld S (2007) Psychology in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Division 33), American Psychological Association, 33(2): 2-3.
Dolphin assisted therapy: More flawed data, more flawed conclusions.
Marino L, Lilienfeld S (2007) Anthrozoos. 20: 239 – 249.
Dolphin-assisted therapy: Flawed data, flawed conclusions.
Marino L, Lilienfeld S (1998) Anthrozoos, 11(4): 194-199.
Dr. Marino’s CV
A pdf copy of Dr. Marino’s CV is here.