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 Skinner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francis Skinner (1912-1941) - Ludwig Wittgenstein's homosexual lover.
Eugene Skinner (1809-1864) - founder of the town of Eugene, Oregon
Samuel K. Skinner (1938-) - White House Chief of Staff during the presidency of George H. Bush.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Skinner   (327 words)

  
 Francis Skinner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francis Skinner (1912-1941) was Ludwig Wittgenstein's homosexual lover.
Skinner molded his life to suit Ludwig's tastes: became a gardener and then mechanic, quit his studies in mathematics and philosophy, travelled to visit Wittgenstein in Norway.
Francis gave Ludwig his heart and took the blame for all their romantic disagreements.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Francis_Skinner   (304 words)

  
 Family Tree No Notes - pafg13 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Francis John Skinner [Parents] was born on 20 Aug 1841 in Chester St, Worcester..
She married Francis John Skinner on 26 Apr 1863 in St George's.
She married Francis John Skinner on 19 Apr 1874 in St Marylebone parish church.
www.btinternet.com /~tony.angell/family_history/paf_familytre/pafg13.htm   (814 words)

  
 OSCN Found Document:WEBSTER v. SKINNER
Francis Skinner and Mary Skinner answered disclaiming any interest in the property, and Clarence Skinner filed an answer claiming ownership of the property and the right to possession thereof.
¶7 The defendants Francis Skinner and Mary Skinner filed a disclaimer of any right, title or interest in the property, and there was not ground for judgment against them established by the evidence.
Personal service was obtained upon Francis Skinner and Mary Skinner, assignors of the tax certificate to plaintiffs, upon Clarence Skinner, and upon the county treasurer of Kingfisher county.
www.oscn.net /applications/oscn/deliverdocument.asp?citeid=1602   (752 words)

  
 Key Theorists/Theories in Psychology - B.F. SKINNER
Skinner was the leading exponent of the school of psychology known as behaviorism, which explains the behavior of humans and other animals in terms of the physiological responses of the organism to external stimuli.
Skinner maintained that learning occurred as a result of the organism responding to, or operating on, its environment, and coined the term operant conditioning to describe this phenomenon.
B.F. Skinner was an American psychologist, born in Susquehanna, Pa. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1931, and remained there as an instructor until 1936, when he moved to the Univ. of Minnesota (1937—45) and to Indiana Univ., where he was chairman of the psychology department (1945—48).
www.psy.pdx.edu /PsiCafe/KeyTheorists/Skinner.htm   (487 words)

  
 Richard Skinner - Susannah Poulain
These two sons, with an Ann Skinner and brother Francis Skinner, were members of the Woodbridge church 1707-1708 (vide, ante, part one, pp111,2).
The key to the ancestry of that Woodbridge Skinners may be in the details of the lease of the aforementioned farm by Richard Skinner.
Ann Skinner is mentioned in the historical records just one time - when she was recorded as being a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Woodbridge in 1708, on the same day as a John Skinner.
www.users.interport.net /k/a/kadekds/Richard1w.html   (10228 words)

  
 Francis Skinner
Francis Skinner, as well as Deacon Richard Skinner and John Skinner, was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Woodbridge.
Francis Skinner was received into Church of Christ (Presbyterian), Woodbridge, N.J. on June 6, 1708.
The only known reference to the existence of a Francis Skinner is his membership in the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church in 1708.
users.erols.com /kadekds/Francisw.html   (1067 words)

  
 Pre-1700 Virginia Skinner Records
Francis Skinner 1664 residence Rappahanuock Co -- 1 of 60 headrights of George Bryar and Rich.
Leg.-husband George Cripps the lands and tenements given me by my former husband, Francis England; to the son of Francis England's brother, if he comes to Viginia and makes claim to the said land within seven years; my sister Skinner.
Francis Skinner 1666 residence Isle of Wight Co --Francis Skyner appraises estate of John Weston [Isle of Wight, Deed Book 1, p.
dcbeta.ecenter.smu.edu /bskinner/genealogy/skinner/early.html   (6185 words)

  
 SKU: Skinner Web Pages
Francis and Lucy are buried 3 miles north of Jonesburg, MO and John is buried 10 miles south of Jonesburg, MO. I found and visited the Skinner cemetery where Francis and Lucy are buried.
is a descendant of Richard Skinner of Woodbridge, NJ.
Clyde Senger, descendant of Thomas Skinner of Malden, MA.
dcbeta.ecenter.smu.edu /skinner/files/sites.html   (1162 words)

  
 Francis Schaeffer and B.F. Skinner
His generally negative view of Skinner raises a number of questions which should be examined by anyone interested in the behovioral approach to the social sciences and the parallel philosophy of behaviorism.
Skinner assumes that society can be perfected by systematically using his principles, a concept he developed in his early novel Walden Two (1948).
Skinner assumes that all human behavior is ultimately due to the above influences.
www.creationism.org /csshs/v10n4p21.htm   (1588 words)

  
 USFlag.org: A website dedicated to the Flag of the United States of America - Francis Scott Key
They asked Francis Scott Key for his help, and he agreed, and arranged to have Col. John Skinner, an American agent for prisoner exchange to accompany him.
Francis Scott Key was a respected young lawyer living in Georgetown just west of where the modern day Key Bridge crosses the Potomac River (the house was torn down after years of neglect in 1947).
Francis Scott Key was a witness to the last enemy fire to fall on Fort McHenry.
www.usflag.org /history/francisscottkey.html   (1294 words)

  
 Modern Day "Keystone Cops"
Francis Skinner, in early 2001 was appointed chief of a male dominated prison agency for the state of Michigan by the govenor.
Skinner honestly believed she was better than anyone else and was above the ruling and governing systems of our society.
Skinner had released from prison against the wishes of the court and parole systems over 120 inmates back out in to society illegally.
journals.aol.com /bradleylas/ModernDayKeystoneCops   (7005 words)

  
 NJ Skinner Family Tree, 1665 - 1800
Metuchen, NJ Nathaniel Skinner Sr., below, was born in Woodbridge, thus connecting the Central Jersey Skinners to the Skinners of Elizabeth, Rahway and Woodbridge, above.
Elizabeth, wife of an unknown Skinner, appears to be the progenitor of most of the Skinners of Middlesex Co., NJ of the 1800's, including Phineas Manning Skinner Sr.
John may be brother to 1.2.4.2.3 Richard Skinner III (the Third), who appears in that same 1793 census.The father of Richard Skinner III, Captain Richard Skinner, also served in the Middlesex Co. militia.
www.users.interport.net /k/a/kadekds/Treew.html   (1237 words)

  
 Wofford College Newsroom - News Release
SPARTANBURG, SC – Dr. Talmage Skinner, who just retired from Wofford College as the Perkins-Prothro Chaplain and professor of religion, was presented in May with the Francis Asbury Award given by the United Methodist General Board of Higher Education and Ministry.
Skinner, a 1956 graduate of Wofford, recently retired after more than 47 years in ministry in South Carolina, 17 of those as Wofford's chaplain.
Skinner also supported the Twin Towers program he created a decade ago; the program includes volunteer services undertaken by 80 percent of Wofford's students, who anonymously perform community services.
www.wofford.edu /newsroom/newsRelease.asp?id=48   (364 words)

  
 Psychology 540
For instance, Skinner’s mother was unhappy that her son never hung up his rope before he left for school.
Skinner was one of the (if not the most) infamous behaviorists in psychology.
The goal of behaviorism for Skinner was to develop a way of testing behavior in which results could be duplicated.
web.ics.purdue.edu /~kwcarlso   (490 words)

  
 GuruNet — Content Map
Francis Thomas de Grey Cowper, 7th Earl Cowper
www.gurunet.com /cm-dsname-Wikipedia-dsid-2222-letter-1F-first-14601   (36 words)

  
 AppendixVI
The group was informally known as the "five associates." Francis Skinner and Company of Boston was the most generous of the five, advancing $150,000.
Dwight came to New Orleans in late 1863 as agent for Francis Skinner and Co., as a Massachusetts cotton middle man, and he also had backing from the wealthy congressman, Samuel Hooper.
Skinner operative William P. Haines on one occasion told the mill how many looms to operate.
members.cox.net /morebanks/AppendixVI   (2480 words)

  
 Alibris: Francis King
First published in the early 1970s, Francis King and Stephen Skinner's guide for beginners in the magical arts has become a standard.
by King, Francis, and Carlton Books, and Skinner, Stephen
Francis King describes the conflict between W. Yeats and Aleister Crowley, the often difficult relationship between Yeats and Kabbalist MacGregor Mathers, and Rudolph Steiner's attempt to take over English occultism.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/King,Francis   (764 words)

  
 Fourth Generation
William (Billy) Laban SKINNER was born on 28 Oct 1851 in Crosskeys, Williamson County, Tennessee.
Lisa (Lizzie) Ann SKINNER was born on 6 Jul 1884.
William (Billy) Laban SKINNER and Mary Catherine (Mollie) MCFADDEN were married on 4 May 1880 in Marshall County, Tennessee.
www.tnstate.edu /jdodd/dodd/hartley/hartley/b1317.htm   (136 words)

  
 Poet: Henry Francis Lyte - All poems of Henry Francis Lyte
Original text: BG Skinner, Henry Francis Lyte: Brixham's Poet and Priest (Exeter: University of Exeter, 1974): 137-38.
Henry Francis Lyte was born in the village of Ednam, near Kelso, in Scotland,...
Henry Francis Lyte was born in Scotland in 1st June 1793.
www.poemhunter.com /p/t/poet.asp?poet=6622   (336 words)

  
 SFA: Queries Jul - Sep 2000 (Page 8)
Judge William Erskine Skinner of Hoboken,N.J. was born in Glasgow,Scotland, on May 17, 1831, and came to America in 1840 with his parents, the Rev. John Skinnere d.d.., and Elizabeth (Taylor) Skinner.
He is the only Skinner in the Census records for the time period, the census state that he was born in Ohio.
Please, if anyone has a "lost" Mary Skinner, born in Maryland, she is my great-great grandma, and I would appreciate any info or leads you have about her parents.
skinnerkinsmen.org /queries/SFA_queries08003.html   (3065 words)

  
 Francis Riggs (ca1635 - 1664), Calvert County, Maryland
Francis Riggs was a witness to an assignment from Francis Armstrong of Calvert County, unto John Edmonds, of the title to a parcel of land called Edmonds' Cove (200 acres) lying in Talbot County, on the north side of Choptank River and east of Dividing Creek.
Francis Riggs was a witness to the will of Sampson Waring, a prominent civil officer of Calvert County, who was in command of the military forces on Herring Bay, in 1655.
Francis Riggs of Fareham, Hampshire, England, died in Calvert County, Maryland in 1664.
www.number-one.org /~rigg/dlr0165.htm   (3629 words)

  
 SFA: Skinner Kinsmen Update Volumes 1-14
Queries regarding Skinners and Skinner descendants are printed free of charge.
The publication of the Skinner Family Association is the Skinner Kinsmen Update (SKU).
Begun in 1984, it is dedicated to research regarding the Skinner Family name.
skinnerkinsmen.org /files/update0114.html   (301 words)

  
 Ancestors of Harriet "Hattie" Jarvis
Harriet married Francis Edgar Skinner, son of Joshua "Josh" Skinner and Susannah "Susan" Hewitt.
(Francis Edgar Skinner was born on December 14, 1857 in Louisa County, Iowa,
Name: Francis Edward Skinner; Sex: M; Born: 1857; Died or Buried: 1921; Age: 64; Buried: Elmwood (township = Morning Sun); County/State: Louisa, IA; Military Service: none; Book: LCC ©1990 - page MS-71; Notes: b.
www.brumm.com /familytrees/15996.htm   (312 words)

  
 Technological Culture: technologypapers.com- technology term papers, technology college reports, technology research papers
Believing that the same conditioning methods would be good for humans, Skinner took his Skinner box one step further and built a conditioning chamber for his daughter, providing a clean, quiet, safe, air filtered and heated to a constant temperature at a monitored level of warmth that made only a diaper as clothing necessary (http://www.fmarion.edu/psych/bio/skinner.htm).
B.F. Skinner was one of the most influential thinker-behaviorist-psychologist of the 20th century (Wnek 1996).
Whether the authors were geniuses or intuitives, their work, novels and essays, should serve as a warning and wake-up call to society of the possible consequences of living in a high-tech world.
www.technologypapers.com /term-paper/30/technological-culture.html   (720 words)

  
 Playbill News: Doris Day Film Turns Musical as Randy Skinner Signs on for Calamity Jane
Skinner, a dance assistant on the original staging, provided new choreography for the 2001 revival of 42nd Street.
Skinner will revise the book originally adapted for the stage by Charles K. Freeman, from James O'Hanlon's screenplay.
Randy Skinner, the hoofer behind Broadway's current 42nd Street, has signed on to direct and choreograph a Calamity Jane musical based on the 1953 film starring Doris Day.
www.playbill.com /news/article/87300.html   (333 words)

  
 The Other One's Ann (SKINNER)
Ann married Francis SKINNER, son of Richard SKINNER Sr *** and Susanna POULAIN, in 1702.
(Francis SKINNER was born in 1670 in Elizabethtown, Union, New Jersey, United States.)
members.fortunecity.com /mahmoud/9486.htm   (44 words)

  
 Picture History - Francis Skinner Fiske
Francis Skinner Fiske was a Union soldier who served as Lieutenant Colonel in the 2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry and was brevetted Brigadier General of Volunteers.
Custom requests may take up to two weeks to be fulfilled and require an additional charge.
www.picturehistory.com /find/p/7281/mcms.html   (89 words)

  
 Savage, John S. 1800-1847: SKINNER Family
Norman became the father of Mary Francis Skinner 1947.
At 22 years of age Izora became the mother of Mary Francis Skinner 1947.
Norman Allen Skinner and Izora Joy Tinkler had the following family:
home.teclink.net /~savage1/i0001835.htm   (94 words)

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