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Learning and Behavior

Identify a Problem

Being able to properly apply concepts from class and address multiple facets of a problem depends upon your understanding of the problem at hand.  The following reference resources provide multiple perspectives from scholars on current issues.  If you have an issue in mind, take a look at a relevant encyclopedia.  If not, browse the Table of Contents for an issue that stands out to you.  Remember, there are always additional suggestions for reading at the end of a reference entry, so you can pursue additional information for any gaps in your understanding.

For additional help, please feel free to contact Jess, the social sciences librarian.