Dr. Diana Deutsch Across Science and Art

  Dr. Diana Deutsch started her life in the family of a brilliant, but struggling artist (her father), and equipped with an overflowing love for music and a penchant for precociousness. Her influence in Psychology has been enduring and profound. In 1966 she published Physiological Psychology,┬áco-written with her husband, Anthony Deutsch (a much lauded physiological … Continue reading Dr. Diana Deutsch Across Science and Art

Photo journey: Southwestern States

To date this Journey2Psychology has included conversations with 51 psychologists during travels from my starting point at William Paterson University (New Jersey) to Boston (Harvard, U Mass, Boston University, Northeastern U) to Brown University to Montreal (McGill, U of Montreal) to Toronto (U Toronto, UTM); down via Toledo OH to Washington U (St. Louis) up … Continue reading Photo journey: Southwestern States

Side note: Motion aftereffects during a year in transit

My travel ticker keeps rising on this Journey2Psychology, albeit quite slowly during this segment through southern California. The prominent scholars here are many, the major institutions are clustered within a couple of hundred kilometers, and the time to travel/relocate is somewhat minimal. I'm in San Diego, CA now -- a beautiful beach oriented community and … Continue reading Side note: Motion aftereffects during a year in transit