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Animal intelligence; animal rights and welfare; ethics in animal research; endangered species; feral children; sociology of primates (especially monkeys and baboons).

Douglas Candland
Professor emeritus of psychology and former director of animal behavior program
Phone: 570-577-1431 (o), 570-524-2355 (h)
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Created Bucknell's animal behavior program in the 1960s; author of Feral Children and Clever Animals (Oxford University Press, 1993); editor of the Review of General Psychology, the journal of the American Psychological Association; and recipient of the Annual Award for Distinguished Teaching by the American Psychological Association and the annual award for contribution to education by the Animal behavior Society of America.


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