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To illustrate the interdependence between the solution of practical problems and the search for fundamental mechanisms, their relationship within the contexts of the history of night myopia and the problem of nighttime traffic accidents is discussed. Night myopia, or nearsightedness at night,...
The federal allocation of funds for basic behavioral re-search over the last five decades has deflected departments of psychology from the traditional social purpose of education and research toward a narrow value for grant-supported laboratory basic research, despite the fact that psychologists...
In the Adaptive Character of Thought (ACT–R) theory, complex cognition arises from an interaction of procedural and declarative knowledge. Procedural knowledge is represented in units called production rules, and declarative knowledge is represented in units called chunks. The individual units...
This article analyzes the present state of higher education and psychology in relation to the future needs of society. On the basis of the assumption that higher education has historically addressed social issues, it is proposed that our educational system and society negotiate a new...
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