<VV> Fwd: The mind is a machine?
k-wildman at onu.edu
Wed Jun 16 10:08:34 EDT 2010
You offer a gratuitous insult then demand that discussion end.
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ScottyGrover at aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:26 PM
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Subject: <VV> Fwd: The mind is a machine?
I wish that psychology was separated from the biological sciences for
study; psychology is used more as a tool to screw up people's minds and
the psych's sociological ideas upon the rest of us.
'Nough said--any more should go to vv-talk--if it hasn't already imposed
this are enough.
Scotty from Hollyweird
From: k-wildman at onu.edu
To: Sethracer at aol.com, corvair at fnader.com, virtualvairs at corvair.org,
tony.underwood at cox.net
Sent: 6/15/2010 3:04:33 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Re: <VV> The mind is a machine?
There is more to Psychology than couches.
Research psychologists study many areas that involve physiology, as
as human and animal learning, social behavior, etc. Often experiments
require elaborate apparatus.
My research was in basic physiological processes of vision (the degree
was actually in Psycho-Biology). We built our own optical systems,
fabricating lens holders, filter holders, beam-splitter mounts, etc.
Our department at FSU was heavily into research. So much so that the
department employed a machinist and an electronics technician just to
help build equipment. Many faculty and most grad students made their
P.S. I never built a couch. :)
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