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Box 4

 Container

Contains 13 Collections and/or Records:

William T. Powers: Closed Loop Threads from CSGnet, 1990 - 1993

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Closed Loop Threads from CSGnet/ Journal of Living Control Systems, 1993 - 1994

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Closed Loop Threads from CSGnet – Large Format, 1992 - 1993

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Non-Fictional Analysis, Commentary on "A Framework for the Fictional Analysis of Behavior" by A.I. Huston and J.M. McNamara, circa 1986

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Commentary on Bandura's "Human Agency", undated

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Commentaries on Campbell's Lecture, 1977

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Commentary on "Early Stages in a Sensorimotor Transformation", circa 1991

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Commentary on Locke and Lathan's "Building a Practically Useful Theory of Goal setting and Task Motivation", undated

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Comparison of Maturana's and Powers' Models [Part One], undated

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Comparison of Maturana's and Powers' Models [Part Two], undated

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Comparison of Maturana's and Powers' Models – Felton, 1988

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Comparison of Powers and von Glasserfeld's Epistemologies, undated

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: On Computing Output, 1997

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes and includes Powers’ correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist’s material, other scientist’s reviews of Powers’ materials, and Powers’ own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory. The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period of 1927 – 2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...