There has been some research using the Stroop Effect in languages with non-Latin scripts. Is any-one in this group doing any work in this area? I am thinking of doing some research on Koreans but…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacob Lee Jun 9, 2014.
I got an AB in philosophy from Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisconsin) with an unofficial minor in anthropology (courses under H. K. Schneider and Ron Mason). I then did graduate work in anthropology at the University of Illinois (especially under Don Lathrap and Oscar Lewis), Northern Illinois University ( Mike Salovesh, Jamil Hanifi) and Southern Illinois University (W.W. Taylor, M. Lionel Bender). After and during some years in museum work and field archaeology (mostly in Germany), I studied mathematics at the University of Goettingen for seven semesters before entering the anthropology program at the same university, where I concentrated on North American archaeology (Gordon Whitakker). I have also done ethnographic research in Chiapas (Mexico), the U.S. (Amana, educational settings, a rural commune), Germany, Ethiopia, and Korea. I was a teaching assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Culture at Konyang University (South Korea). Besides my work on Mid-West (U.S.) archaeology, I am doing research on sociolinguistics in Korea and Kazakhstan. I am also interested in osteohistology (see http://www.academia.edu/4515286/Using_Osteohistology_for_Ageing_and_Sexing_Animal_Bones).