Ecological Approaches to Cognition: Essays in Honor of Ulric Neisser

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visors' influence could take various forms. To list a few, they may be sources of valuable information, their interests in particular domains may stimulate those of their students, and their theoretical frameworks may lead their students to apply them to new problems. Fifteen years ago when Professor Neisser became my advisor, I could not predict in what ways my research would be affected by him. Perhaps, he could not either.


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