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Dr. Steve Haase, two former SU students, and a colleague published the paper, “Comparing the influences of masking, crowding, response conflict, and cortical scaling on simple shape identification with foveal targets”. in Cognition, Brain, Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 26(3), 137-158. The study combined a number of different visual interference paradigms and also tested a hypothesis […]
Sage Business Cases selected Dr. Wendy S. Becker’s teaching case entitled “You Need to Pick the Pilot: Employee Selection and Training in Risky Operations” for its 2022 global case collection.
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Dr. Jordan Windholz’s article, “Fair Play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antiphrasis, and the Broad Flouts of White Supremacy,” has been published in the 50th anniversary issue of Shakespeare Studies in a special Forum on the legacies of whiteness in Shakespeare and renaissance literature. The Forum presents ongoing discussions about the study of race in Shakespeare’s work beyond his traditional […]
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