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Mason Economist on How Little We Know

Mason Economist on How Little We Know

Russ Roberts offers keen insight and wisdom in The Economists' Voice, a publication of the Berkeley Electronic Press. The summary: "If only preventing financial crashes were as straightforward as preventing airlines crashes. Russell Roberts explains the implications for future financial reform."

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Visual Memory May Just Be Mind Over Matter

Visual Memory May Just Be Mind Over Matter

Mason psychology professor Maria Kozhevnikov has worked with Harvard professor Stephen Kosslyn on an intriguing experiment first commissioned by the Dalai Lama. Kozhevnikov’s research has taken her throughout Nepal, where she’s visited monks in monasteries, aiming to better understand their powers of meditation in relation to memory.

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Education and Military Service Define Alumnus

Education and Military Service Define Alumnus

Robert Knight, BA History ’85, logged more than 1,300 hours as a bombardier/navigator of an A-6E Intruder – a carrier-based attack aircraft – before leaving active duty and returning to Mason as a non-degree student in political science; a move that sparked his career in law.

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