Who is our study group?
This group of colleagues debate their own disciplines with each other in the context of a theoretical framework of systems science, with an emphasis on viable or self-organizing systems. They pay attention to physics, with its conservations of energy, mass, and momentum, to chemistry, with its making and breaking of bonds, and to general ‘input-output’ schemes. Emergence within each field is a topic that is currently being discussed.
Dr. Richard Baum (email@example.com) Professor of Political Science, UCLA
Dr. Frank L. Hassler Retired Director, Office of Transport & Information Resources, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Dr. Arthur S. Iberall (firstname.lastname@example.org) Researcher, University of California at Irvine
Dr. Rudolfo LlinásProfessor of Physiology and Biophysics, New York University School of Medicine
Dr. William Mace (email@example.com) Professor of Psychology, Trinity College
Dr. Alexander Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) Professor of Anthropology, University of Southern California
Dr. Harold Soodak (Soodak@mindspring.com) Professor Emeritus of Physics, City College of New York
Dr. Michael Turvey (email@example.com) Professor of Psychology, Univesity of Connecticut
Dr. Douglas White (firstname.lastname@example.org)Professor of Anthropology, University of California at Irvine
Dr. David Wilkinson (email@example.com)Professor of Political Science, UCLA