The science of consequences helps dispel prejudice, free addicts of their destructive habits, and treat depression. It enriches the lives of pets and zoo animals. It also sheds light on our biggest societal challenges, where we must choose between short-term and long-term consequences. ---- Biopsychologist Susan M. Schneider, PhD, has an international reputation in nature-nurture relations and the principles of learning from consequences. A friend of B. F. Skinner, she has been a professor at St. Olaf College, Auburn University, and Florida International University, and is currently a Visiting Scholar at University of the Pacific. The science of consequences is her first book.
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