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Douglas Candland received his B.A. at Pomona College and his Ph.D from Princeton University. He is currently Professor of Psychology and Animal Behavior at Bucknell University. He founded the Program in Animal Behavior at Bucknell University which he has chaired since 1969. He has been awarded the American Psychological Foundation Award and the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, as well as the Harriman Award for contributions to intellectual life. He is a director of The Wildlife Preservation Trust and has held research professorships at Tulane Primate Center, Stirling, Scotland, Pennsylvania State, Cambridge (U.K.), University of Mysore (India) and UC Berkeley. Some of his publications include Feral Children and Clever Animals: Reflections on Human Nature (1993), and Fossils of the Mind, which was just completed.

 

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