Susan Schneider is a developmental psychobiologist, learning researcher and behavior analyst. Schneider obtained her graduate education from Brown University (mechanical engineering) and the University of Kansas (behavior analysis). She is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Psychology at the University of the Pacific.
Schneider has over twenty-five years of research and teaching experience in the science of consequences and nature-nurture relations. She has published numerous research and theoretical articles and book chapters, including pioneering studies on generalization and choice. Schneider has long championed the inclusive “systems theory” approach to nature-nurture relations and she has published several journal reviews in that area. Her book, The Science of Consequences, was published in November 2012. It describes the science of consequences, its role in the larger realm of nature and nurture, and its many applications.
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