Dr. Paul Andronis is currently a professor at Northern Michigan University. He obtained his Ph.D. in BioPsychology at the University of Chicago in 1983. He is an expert in the experimental and applied analysis of behavior and has extensively studied, written and lectured about human and animal behavior. Some of his interests include social behavior, problem-solving, creativity, contingency adduction, innate vs learned behavior, emotions and evolution. Together with Dr. Goldiamond and Dr. Layng, he developed the conceptual foundation for a newly identified behavioral process known as contingency adduction.
Visit his website at Northern Michigan University’s Department of Psychology.