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Conversations on Wisdom: Howard C. Nusbaum
By Jean Matelski-Boulware Howard C. Nusbaum is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago. As a cognitive psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, his research interest in wisdom expands to learning, attention, working memory, categorization

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  • Mon, Mar 9 2015 1:14 PM

    Brenda Huskey

    By Jean Matelski-Boulware Howard C. Nusbaum is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago. As a cognitive psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, his research interest in wisdom expands to learning, attention, working memory, categorization
  • Wed, Mar 11 2015 8:35 PM

    Ron Krumpos

    Wisdom - to the extent that it can be defined - is relative. A person who is wise about one facet of life may be lacking in wisdom of other aspects. That is why an interdisciplinary approach to its study is important: psychology, sociology, neurology
  • Thu, Jun 18 2015 11:26 AM

    Aloke Sarkar

    You may check Wisdom Definition and possibilityof Artificial Wisdom to replace Human at http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/paperinfo.aspx?journalid=181&doi=10.11648/j.sr.20150303.16
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