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The development of teaching machines is traced from the patented educational devices of the 19th century through the initial teaching machines of Sidney Pressey in the 1920s to the machines invented by B. F. Skinner in the 1950s. The obscurity of Pressey’s pioneering work in this field...
Psychological services for air disaster victims have been neglected in past airport and airline crash response programs. This article explores the psychological impact of air disasters on passengers and airline employees, highlighting the victims’ emotional needs following a crash....
The thesis of this article is that the debate over whether intelligence is largely genetically or largely environmentally determined is actually irrelevant in the context of group differences. The real issue is whether intelligence can be changed, an issue that does not at all go hand in hand...
The integration of rigorous scientific research with program development and implementation is essential in new areas of psychological practice, such as primary prevention for aircraft disaster victims. Research on primary prevention for air disasters can provide practical information on how to...
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