Saturday, April 28, 1984

Mary Cummins presents her research at the Western Psychology Conference

I took a senior year psychology research class my freshmen year in college. I always did well in school but was worried about getting an "A." The professor said he would move someone's grade up a grade if they got their research published in a journal article and presented it. I got the article published in the undergraduate journal and presented it in Santa Clarita. My grandmother let me borrow her car to drive up there.

"Western Psychology Conference for undergraduate research. April 28, 1984. Sponsored by the Psychology Department of the University of Santa Clara, California 95053.

Classical conditioning as a factor in response bias. Mary Cummins-Cobb. University of Southern California. Sponsor: Herm Turk. Cognitive field."

Mary Cummins-Cobb, Western Psychology Conference.

Mary Cummins-Cobb, Western Psychology Conference


Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.