Robert C. Hare

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The midterm project for the Fall of 2010 involved the Hare Psy-chopathy Checklist Revised. (This was handed out earlier.) This year we have data on the Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version; this is a shortened 12-item inventory (mostly a subset of the original 20-item Checklist). The item descriptions for the checklist version follows, along with(More)
Forty years ago, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service developed and currently operates the Resistance Screening Center near Asheville, North Carolina, as a service to both industry and university-based tree improvement programs and tree-seed exporting companies in the southern US, Mexico, and Central America. Seed lots from more than(More)
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ALEXANDER FLEMING was born in 1881 on a remote farm in Ayrshire; he was educated at Darvel village school four miles away over rough moorland, and at Kilmarnock Academy. When he was thirteen and a half, he went to live in London, where he became a clerk in a shipping office. Four years later, his inheritance of £250 enabled him to start training for a(More)
PENICILLIN WAS discovered by Alexander Fleming in September 1928 while he was a member of the staff of the Inoculation Department (now the Wright Fleming Institute) at St. Mary's Hospital, London, and had just been appointed Professor of Bacteriology in the University of London. He had noticed an unusual phenomenon, absence of fully developed colonies of a(More)
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