Jennifer L. Verdolin
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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
How Dolphins Bond, Why Meerkats Babysit, and Other Lessons from Families in the Wild
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In Raised by Animals, evolutionary biologist Jennifer L. Verdolin, PhD, invites parents, animal lovers, and science buffs to explore the wild world of parenting in the animal kingdom—and its implications for human families. Weaving together research on both human and … Continue reading