In this behavioral observations podcast, Dr. Deochand discusses his work in consumer product development using behavior analytic research to enhance athletic performance. Additionally, he discusses some of his more eclectic research with invertebrate worms called planaria, and how they can be used to teach students the basic principles related to behavior change.
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