Adam Fox

"New Hope for Solving Problems of Human Behavior"

Adam is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at St. Lawrence University. Along with his students, he studies learning and behavior in humans and non-humans, including choice and time perception in rat models of neuropsychological disorders. He earned a Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in Behavior Analysis from West Virginia University in 2013 before coming to St. Lawrence, where he teaches courses in the Experimental Analysis of Behavior and Applied Behavior Analysis. He is also a husband, father, farmer, runner, and bass guitar player. You can learn more at his website:

 

https://www.stlawu.edu/people/adam-fox.

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