Erlbaum is trying very hard. And some reviews have appeared on Amazon, so
some memory of ARL can survive,...... biased, incomplete, and etc as it is.
By all means
add to the reviews if the spirit moves you.
I got from probability learning among IU undergrads to culture and
stumbling backwards through life and being very very lucky. There is a very
complicated set of retrospectively plausible stories to be told about it.
wife about it. She was there and probably understands.
On 1/27/06, Cunningham, Donald James <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The additional material is wonderful, not to be missed (my favorite is
> the Bruner/Sachs piece). I ordered my copy from Erlbaum and it arrived
> via UPS in dreadful condition. I sent a bilious email to Erlbaum, fully
> expecting the usual run around (contact the shipper, send the book back
> at my expense, etc). Instead a fresh and undamaged copy arrived 3 days
> later via USPS.
> One regret is that Cole and Levitin did not talk more about their
> personal interactions with Alexander Romanovich. Mike, how did you get
> from " Search behavior: a correction procedure for three-choice
> probability learning" in 1962 (Mike's dissertation at Indiana
> University) to analyzing the data from the Central Asia studies a few
> years later? Have you written about this anywhere?
> Don Cunningham
> Indiana University
> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Mike Cole
> Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 4:05 PM
> To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
> Subject: [xmca] Luria Book
> Here is a bit of good news about the Luria book thanks to all the
> you have provided.
> Erlbaum was told by Amazon: We are waiting for more inventory to come
> We have sold out of all previously ordered inventory at an unexpected
> and are awaiting the arrival of more units, hence the current
> Also, anyone whose book arrived without the DVD is having a new books
> DVD sent by Erlbaum directly.
> And, there are even comments/reviews appearing.
> Meantime, we had an interesting Class meeting on mediational theories of
> mind and more will be appearing in that
> discussion for those interested. The issue of the social context of what
> people wrote, and for/against whom they
> were writing, is a theme that appears to be staying with the class....
> Apropos of the DVD,
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