October 1: Jerome Bruner and Cognitive Psychology

Psychologist Jerome Seymour Bruner, who created techniques for investigating the perceptions of infants and formally initiated the study of cognitive psychology with his 1956 book, A Study of Thinking, was born in New York on this date in 1915. He received his doctorate from Harvard in 1941 and returned to teach there after serving in […]

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New in Our Multi-Media Room: “The 99%”

During the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Zuccotti Park, Matthew Septimus took many hundreds of wonderful photographs of demonstrators, visitors, police, and others connected to OWS. More than 200 of these portraits are presented in “The 99%,” with music by Gamelan Son of Lion, composed by Laura Liben, new at the JCultcha Gallery Multi-Media Room.

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