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An evolutionary lens on learning, memory, and behavioral change
Benjamin M. Seitz
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An overview of perhaps the most controversial topic in psychology: the influence of nature and nurture on human intelligence.
Psychologists subscribe to the equation, Behavior = Genes + Experience. New research into the microbiome is suggesting this equation is not as simple as it sounds.
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Benjamin M. Seitz is a Ph.D. student at UCLA studying learning, behavior, and comparative cognition.