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What was B.F. Skinner really like? A new study parses his traits

Lucy Hyde EurekAlert March 20th marks the birthday of famed behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner, who would have turned 108 today. Besides Sigmund Freud, B.F. Skinner was the most famous and perhaps the most influential psychologist of the 20th century. But … Continue reading

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8 Reasons to Dump That Cheating Doctor (Trenberth et al are wrong in the WSJ)

Source: JoNova Hand back your science degrees Trenberth et al. Thirty eight of the worlds top, most consequential climate scientists sought to slap down the Nobel prize winner, astronaut and glitterati of science, and all they could come up with … Continue reading

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Scots families ‘should stop at two children’

Source: Scotsman ONE of Scotland’s most eminent scientists has argued that couples in the UK should have no more than two children to help tackle the world’s soaring population. Professor Sir Ian Wilmut puts forward his controversial views in today’s … Continue reading

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