Posts Tagged ‘Hewitt’

Disparate Measures – Improving the Assessments of Perfectionism

A special issue of the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment takes a comprehensive look at the history of measuring perfectionism and the strides being made in developing better ways to assess striving for excellence and its pernicious cousin, striving for perfection..

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Arson convictions in Texas elsewhere challenged over questions about scientific evidence

In this 1987 photo, Ed Graf is led away from judge's chambers by Hewitt police detective Frank Latham in Waco, Texas. Graf was given life in prison 25 years ago for killing his two stepsons by locking them in a backyard shed and setting it on fire…

Do You Accept the Science of Climate Change? [Excerpt]

Editor's Note: Excerpted from A Newer World–Politics, Money, Technology, and What's Really Being Done to Solve the Climate Crisis , by William F. Hewitt. With permission from the publisher, University of New Hampshire Press. Copyright &cop…

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