The Neurobiology of Social Behavior Development and the Importance of Individual Differences

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Pat Levitt

Pat Levitt, PhD

Pat Levitt, PhD

Dr. Levitt will take us into the underlying mechanisms in which social behavior develops. His innovative research breaks down the complexity of social behavior to understand the origins of individual differences and the factors that influence social behaviors. The process of associative learning may serve as a valuable foundation in developmental trajectory of simple to more complex social skills.

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Pat Levitt, PhD

Dr. Levitt will take us into the underlying mechanisms in which social behavior develops. His innovative research breaks down the complexity of social behavior to understand the origins of individual differences and the factors that influence social behaviors. The process of associative learning may serve as a valuable foundation in developmental trajectory of simple to more complex social skills.

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