Monday, October 19, 2015

20 October Knowledge History - Science, Engineering and Management

1906 - Vacuum tube


1859 - John Dewey, philosopher, educational theorist/writer (Learn by doing)
Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett, 1886
was  Britain's most outstanding cognitive psychologist between the World Wars. He wrote on practical (ergonomic) problems in applied psychology, but is best-known for his pioneering cognitive approach to understanding human memory. In forming one of the earliest models of memory, Bartlett observed that in remembering stories or events there is a tendency for distortions to occur.
Future of Ergonomics - An article by Bartlett

1891 - Sir James Chadwick

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