In the first part of this series on psychophysical education, we saw that psychophysical does not refer to the interaction between mental and physical factors, nor the overall effect a practice may have on one’s general attitude and outlook…Read More
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This paper on Habit and the Means-Whereby Principle was edited by doctoral student, Tara Fenamore. It’s the first in a series of two thoughtful articles on habit, the means-whereby principle and John Dewey’s thoughts on conduct.Read More
This week, we are proud to introduce our doctoral student to all of you and announce that Teachers College has established an endowment fund to support research in Psychophysical Education. Our hope is that this fund will eventually provide sustaining support not just for our student, Ms. Fenamore, but for future scholars interested in carrying on her work in Psychophysical Education. Meet the scholar…Read More
We love that this paper provides clear examples of the influence Alexander had on Dewey’s revolutionary ideas. It also highlights aspects of his philosophy that remain overlooked even today…Read More