Temat: Psie zmysły
To znalazłem na stronie uniwersytetu British Columbia
Stanley Coren, PhD, Professor of Psychology, UBC
Though best known to the public for his series of best-selling books on dogs, Stanley Coren is also well respected scientist and Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. He did his undergraduate work at the University of Pennsylvania and completed his doctorate Psychology at Stanford. In the scientific area he has published many research related books, a widely used textbook on sensation and perception, and over 300 research reports in professional journals.
Stanley Coren was born in 1942 in Philiadelphia. He has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and his doctorate in Psychology is from Stanford University. After teaching at the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, in New York City, he moved to the University of British Columbia, which is located in the city of Vancouver in Canada. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Psychology, and is also the Director of the Human Neuropsychology and Perception Laboratory there. In addition to being a psychologist and researcher, Coren's life is filled with dog-related activities. He currently lives with an old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, named Banshee, a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, named Dancer, a young Beagle named Darby and an orange cat (which really belongs to his wife Joan) named Loki.
Coren's easy-going style of interacting with people has made him popular with the media. In addition to his own national TV program on the Life Network called "Good Dog!" he has also give numerous interviews, and the been the subject of many programs and articles. On television he has been seen on CBS Good Morning America, NBC Today Show, Canada AM, CBC National News, CBS National News, CBC's Fifth Estate, NBC's Dateline, CBC's 20/20, Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Mory Povich, Vicki Gaberaux, and many others.
Nauka ma to do siebie, że każde badania podlegają weryfikacji, a teorie rozwijają się w oparciu o kolejne dane i eksperymenty. Również i weryfikacja źródeł jest podstawą w formułowaniu sądów.
Jeśli ktoś miałby ochotę zacytować moją książkę wydaną przez Galaktykę jako źródło naukowe to bym go obśmiał. Zresztą robiłem to parę razy sprawdzając prace studentów COAPE.
Mam nadzieję, że również i Robert ma podobny dystans do swoich publikacji.