In the doctor’s office, patients often are asked to rate their symptoms of pain on a continuous scale typically ranging from 1 (least painful) to 10 (most painful). This type […]
In my first year of college teaching, a student approached me one day after class and politely asked, “What did you mean by the word ‘evidence’?” I tried to hide […]
APS Fellow Andrew Baum died on November 22, 2010 at the age of 62. Baum was a distinguished professor and researcher at The University of Texas Arlington’s Department of Psychology […]
George Miller, the man who launched the cognitive revolution, traces his scientific pedigree back to genesis. No, not that Genesis; the genesis of experimental psychology. The APS Fellow and Charter […]
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Bigelow, George E. Johns Hopkins University, Experimental. Bigler, Rebecca S …