Erica Winston

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The thesis that the probability of a conditional ‘if A, C’ is the conditional probability of C, given A, has a long history. It was hinted at in Ramsey’s (1929) suggestion that conditionals are used to argue about “degrees of belief,” and philosophers have since extensively studied its ramifications for logical and semantic theory. We will not discuss these(More)
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  • The American journal of occupational therapy…
  • 1976
This report is a chronicle of the activities that preceded and led to the licensure of occupational therapists in New York State. The activities began at the grass roots level with identification of problems that interfered with the delivery of occupational therapy services to patients in the Long Island area. Attempts to resolve these problems led to(More)
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