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All interviews for Discovering Psychology, updated edition, are new unless otherwise indicated.

Program 1: Past, Present, and Promise (Updated)

 

Emanuel Donchin, University of South Florida, Tampa (1989 interview: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Robert Rosenthal, University of California-Riverside (1989 interview: Harvard University)
Mahzarin R. Banaji, Harvard University

Program 2: Understanding Research (Updated)

 

Jerome D. Frank, The John Hopkins University School of Medicine
Daryl Bem, Cornell University
Christina Maslach, University of California, Berkeley
Leonard Saxe, Brandeis University (1989 interview: Boston University)

Program 3: The Behaving Brain (Updated)

 

Roy E. John, Director, Brain Research Lab, New York University School of Medicine
Joe Martinez, University of California, Berkeley
John D.E. Gabrieli, Stanford University
Mieke Verfaellie, Director, Memory Disorders Research Center, Boston University School of Medicine and Boston VA Healthcare System

Program 4: The Responsive Brain

 

Tiffany Field, Ph.D., Director, The Touch Research Institute, University of Miami School of Medicine (1989 interview: Director, "Infant Massage" Study)
Saul Schanberg, Duke University
Michael Meaney, McGill University
Russell Fernald, Stanford University
Robert Sapolsky, Stanford University

Program 5: The Developing Child

 

Renee Baillargeon, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Judy DeLoache, University of Virginia (1989 interview: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Jerome Kagan, Harvard University
Steven Suomi, National Institutes of Health

Program 6: Language Development

 

Noam Chomsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jean Berko Gleason, Boston University
Anne Fernald, Stanford University
Dan Slobin, University of California, Berkeley

Program 7: Sensation and Perception

 

David H. Hubel, Harvard Medical School
Misha Pavel, OGI, Oregon Health & Science University (1989 interview: Stanford University)

Program 8: Learning (Updated)

 

Robert Ader, University of Rochester Medical School
Howard Rachlin, State University of New York at Stony Brook
B.F. Skinner, deceased (1989 interview: Harvard University)

Program 9: Remembering and Forgetting (Updated)

 

Gordon Bower, Stanford University
Richard Thompson, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Diana S. Woodruff-Pak, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Temple University

Program 10: Cognitive Processesed

 

Howard Gardner, Harvard University
Herbert Simon, deceased (1989 interview: Carnegie-Mellon University)
Michael Posner, University of Oregon
Robert Glaser, Learning Research and Development Center at the University of Pittsburgh (L.R.D.C.), University of Pittsburgh

Program 11: Judgement and Decision Making

 

Amos Tversky, deceased (1989 interview: Stanford University)
Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University (1989 interview: University of California, Berkeley)
Irving Janis, deceased (1989 interview: Yale University)
Max Bazerman, Northwestern University

Program 12: Motivation and Emotion

 

Norman T. Adler, Dean, Yeshiva College, Professor of Psychology, Yeshiva University (1989 interview: University of Pennsylvania)
Martin E.P. Seligman, University of Pennsylvania

Program 13: The Mind Awake and Asleep

 

Ernest L. Hartmann, Tufts University School of Medicine
Robert W. McCarley, Professor and Head, Harvard Department of Psychiatry/VA Boston Healthcare System (1989 interview: Harvard Medical School)
Steven LaBerge, Stanford University

Program 14: The Mind Hidden and Divided (Updated)

 

Jonathan Schooler, University of Pittsburgh
Michael Gazzaniga, Dartmouth College, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (1989 interview: Dartmouth Medical School)

Program 15: The Self (Updated)

 

Patricia L. Ryan, Stanford University
Hazel Rose Markus, Stanford University
Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School (1989 interview: Brandeis University)

Program 16: Testing and Intelligence (Updated)

 

W. Curtis Banks, deceased (1989 interview: Howard University)
Claude M. Steele, Stanford University
Howard Gardner, Harvard University
Robert Sternberg, Yale University

Program 17: Sex and Gender

 

Michael Meaney, McGill University
Jeanne Block, deceased (1989 interview: University of California, Berkeley)
Eleanor Maccoby, Stanford University

Program 18: Maturing and Aging (Updated)

 

Daniel Levinson, Yale University Medical School
Laura L. Carstensen, Stanford University
Sherry Willis, Pennsylvania State University
Werner Schaie, Pennsylvania State University

Program 19: The Power of the Situation (Updated)

 

John Darley, Princeton University

Program 20: Constructing Social Reality (Updated)

 

Steven Hassan, M.Ed. LMHC, Freedom of Mind Resource Center Inc.
Robert Rosenthal, Harvard University Medical School
Alex Gonzalez, President, California State University, San Marcos (1989 interview: California State University, Fresno)
Robert Cialdini, Arizona State University, Tempe

Program 21: Psychopathology (Updated)

 

David Rosenhan, Stanford University
E. Fuller Torrey, Executive Directory, Stanley Foundation Research Program (1989 interview: National Institute of Mental Health)
Irving I. Gottesman, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Teresa La Framboise (1989 interview: Stanford University)

Program 22: Psychotherapy

 

Hans Strupp, Vanderbilt University
Enrico Jones, University of California, Berkeley

Program 23: Health, Mind, and Behavior (Updated)

 

Judith Rodin, President, University of Pennsylvania, Professor of Psychology (1989 interview: Yale University)
Neal Miller, Yale University
Thomas J. Coates, University of California, San Francisco

Program 24: Applying Psychology in Life (New)

 

James B. Maas, Cornell University
Malcolm M. Cohen, NASA AMES Research Center
Nick Kanas, M.D., University of California, VA Medical Center, San Francisco
Stephen J. Ceci, Cornell University
Jared R. Curhan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management

Program 25: Cognitive Neuroscience (New)

 

John D.E. Gabrieli, Stanford University
David Heeger, Stanford University
Stephen M. Kosslyn, Harvard University
Paula Tallal, Rutgers University, Newark
Mahzarin R. Banaji, Yale University

Program 26: Cultural Psychology (New)

 

Kaiping Peng, University of California, Berkeley
Hazel Rose Markus, Stanford University
Shinobu Kitayama, Kyoto University
James M. Jones, University of Delaware
Joseph E. Trimble, Harvard University
Ricardo F. Muñoz, University of California, San Francisco






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