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  2. Edward Thorndike - Wikipedia

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    Edward Lee Thorndike (August 31, 1874 – August 9, 1949) was an American psychologist who spent nearly his entire career at Teachers College, Columbia University. His work on comparative psychology and the learning process led to the theory of connectionism and helped lay the scientific foundation for educational psychology .

  3. Our People - Meyer Foundation

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    Edward Erskine. FINANCE AND OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE. Karen FitzGerald. VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS & LEARNING. Melody Fitzgerald. EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND GOVERNANCE MANAGER. Alexis Martinez. PARTNERSHIPS ASSOCIATE. Jane Robinson Ward. GRANTS DIRECTOR. Stephanie Sneed. DIRECTOR, FUND FOR BLACK-LED CHANGE. Janice Thomas. VICE PRESIDENT ...

  4. Homo reciprocans - Wikipedia

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    Homo reciprocans, or reciprocating human, is the concept in some economic theories of humans as cooperative actors who are motivated by improving their environment through positive reciprocity (rewarding other individuals) or negative reciprocity (punishing other individuals), even in situations without foreseeable benefit for themselves.

  5. After all, such realists will argue, scientific statements such as “Water is H 2 O” is true even though people can (and did for a long time) question this definition. Michael Smith (1994) has referred to this realist strategy of defining moral properties as naturalistic properties which humans discover, rather than which are simply true by ...