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Morals and the Mind
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Morals and the Mind

Professor Cushman reads to his daughter Nell after breakfast at Simon's, a daily pre-drop off activity.

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Morals and the Mind

One class Professor Cushman teaches is PSY 15, Social Psychology. During Monday February 1st's lecture, he discussed patterns of violence in the American South.

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Professor Cushman lecturing his PSY 15 Social Psychology class.

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Professor Cushman lectures his PSY 15 Social Psychology Class.

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Professor Cushman's white board in his office

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A view of Cambridge from Professor Cushman's office in William James Hall.

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Professor Cushman discusses how he became interested in social psychology.

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A shelf on Professor Cushman's bookshelf

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A shelf in Professor Cushman's office.

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Professor Cushman discusses current lab projects with a colleague.

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Morals and the Mind

Professor Cushman discusses lab work with a colleague.

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Call Him Fiery

"I am Fiery," Cushman begins his first lecture of the semester. "Fiery is pronounced like the adjective. It is actually my real name, and it’s my preference that you use it."

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“Probably around sophomore year of college, when I was in the Harvard-Radcliffe Kendo Club,” Professor Cushman captions this photograph. He is pictured with his grandfather, Dr. David L. Andrews.

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This image is "around sophomore year of high school, pre-pony tail."

Mark Arildsen in Widener
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Mark Arildsen in Widener

The corner of the Loker Reading Room in Widener Library is a favorite spot of Mark J. Arildsen '16 because he can see Harvard Square out of the window.

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