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Dr. L. Brownstein

Professional Profile

Eager to bring students into the twenty-first century using a unique combination of teaching and other work experience coupled with more than 20 years’ experience in the education and counseling of students.


Ph.D Social Science (Economics, Statistics)

University of Pittsburgh

MA Philosophy (Logic)

University of Pittsburgh

MA Psychology (Mathematics, Statistics)

University of Pittsburgh

BA Psychology/Anthropology

University of Pittsburgh

Visiting Posts

Visiting Scholar

Museum of Comparative Zoology

Harvard University

Visiting Professor

University of Pittsburgh

Relevant Grants

Programmed and designed interactive statistics tutorial, which interfaced with ongoing undergraduate statistics course for non-statisticians.

Designed portion of university web site utilizing Dreamweaver and Flash.


University of Leeds

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Relevant Publications

The 21st Century’s First Perfect Storm: A View from Outside Economics (2009)

Evidence and Explanation in Psychotherapy (2008)

Statistical Analysis and Psychotherapeutic Datasets (2007)

An Introduction to Computing for the Compleat Computer-phobe (1995)

“A Reappraisal of the Concept of ‘Culture’” Social Epistemology (1995)

Statistics Without Pain: Computer-based tutorial in elementary statistics w/ interactive exercises programmed in Excel VBA (1992)

“University Education in a Free Society”, Higher Education Review (1988)

Talcott Parsons’ General Action Scheme: An Investigation of Fundamental Principles (1982)

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