Jennifer L. Verdolin

Jennifer L. Verdolin, PhD, is an animal behavior researcher specializing in social and mating behavior and a scholar in residence at Duke University. Her work has been featured on NPR and in Wired, Scientific American, and many other media outlets. Her weekly radio segment, “Think Like a Human, Act Like an Animal,”is a regular feature on the nationally syndicated D.L. Hughley Show (broadcast on 43 stations in 17 states with 3 million listeners). Dr. Verdolin also writes a Psychology Today blog. Her first book, Wild Connection, explores what animal mating can teach us about human relationships.



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Raised by Animals
The Surprising New Science of Animal Family Dynamics
by Jennifer L. Verdolin
Paperback | $15.95

When it comes to family matters, do humans know best? Leading animal behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin argues otherwise in this eye-opening book. Welcome to the wild world of raising a family in the animal kingdom . . . sometimes shocking, … Continue reading