The Resource Arthur I. Schulman papers, (manuscript)

Arthur I. Schulman papers, (manuscript)

Label
Arthur I. Schulman papers, 1969-1999
Title
Arthur I. Schulman papers
Inclusive dates
1969-1999
Creator
Contributor
Correspondent
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • The collection consists of syllabi, student papers and journals and grade reports for University of Virginia psychology courses Cognitive Processes, Imagery, Literary Wordplay, Memory, and the Mind of the Puzzler
  • In addition, there is correspondence with a number of professional colleagues, including Frank Finger, Henry L. "Roddy" Roediger, and Eugene Winograd. There is also correspondence with Màrius Serra
  • The collection also includes copies, drafts and tear sheets of Schulman's reviews for scholarly journals
  • Of interest are statistics and analysis compiled by Schulman to refute Stephen Jay Gould's explanation of why there are no .400 hitters in baseball, in his book "Triumph and tragedy in Mudville"; translations into English by Picciotto of Georges Perec's two collections of crossword puzzles; and, a copy of "Squash dreams" by Sylvia Whitman, which she wrote about Schulman for a class at the University of Virginia taught by Douglas Day
Related
Biographical or historical data
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia.
Cataloging source
VA@
Label
Arthur I. Schulman papers, (manuscript)
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  • Special Collections
Extent
ca. 2000
Governing access note
Access restrictions may apply to specific student records under the terms of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (F.E.R.P.A.)
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u4449946
Type of unit
items.

Library Locations

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