LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR looks at evolutionary and environmental influences on learning. Chance's book is stimulating, interactive, and peppered with high-interest queries and examples-yet it still provides the kind of thorough conceptual knowledge usually associated with books twice as dense and infinitely less interesting. Chance's engaging work has become a favorite of students, as it illuminates how the psychology of learning can offer insight into their own behavior.
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Paul Chance received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Utah State University. He started his career as a school teacher (grades 7-9), and has been an Adjunct Instructor at the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and at Salisbury University (Maryland). Formerly, he was Book Review Editor of PSYCHOLOGY TODAY magazine, a senior fellow of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, and a member of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment advisory board.Review:
"The easy narrative style and the many examples are a strong selling point."
". . . permits the 'novice' student to both incorporate some material from previous courses and at the same time be exposed to new concepts that will build a foundation for future work in the area."
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