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  • 2 Aug 2023
    Kenneth Carter

    Q&A with Psychopathology Author

    Kenneth Carter, PhD, talks about student involvement in the writing process of his book, Psychopathology Dr. Ken Carter, author of Psychopathology, sat down with Cambridge University Press marketing associate, Victoria Wenke, to discuss the building of his textbook and the unique involvement of his students in the development of the book. Q&A Victoria Wenke: Hello […]

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  • 5 Jul 2023
    Kenneth Carter

    Carter, PhD, to Present at APA ’23

    Kenneth Carter, Ph.D., author of Psychopathology will be presenting as the Harry Kirke Wolfe Lecturer at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual conference in August 2023. Carter’s presentation, “The Power of Public Scholarship: Inspiring Innovative Teaching and Learning,” will take place on August 4, 2023, from 4:00 – 4:50 pm EST. Carter will also present […]

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  • 13 May 2021
    Melissa Bateson

    Measuring Behaviour: The Next Generation

    The first three editions of Measuring Behaviour were co-authored by Patrick Bateson, known as Pat to his family and friends, and his former graduate student Paul Martin. I had a very special relationship with Pat. Not only was he my father, but I have followed him into the same academic discipline, becoming the second Professor […]

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  • 14 Dec 2020
    José Luis Bermúdez

    How Framing Effects Can Be Your Friend

    It’s a robust finding that people react differently to meat depending on how it is labeled. In well-known experiments subjects rated ground beef that was 25% lean as both higher quality and significantly less greasy than ground beef labeled as 75% fat. And then in follow-up studies when subjects were actually given samples to taste, […]

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