Family creating and supporting behaviors taken by six
billion individuals collectively cause deteriorating global conditions.
These conditions are not the objective of these behaviors. A form of blindness
prevents each individual from seeing and giving full meaning to his or
her behavior's contribution to scarcity, conflict, and environmental destruction.
Thus these future conditions can not influence the behaviors that will
We study thought processes that:
We study learning situations where:
The learning processes we study:
At SKIL we model both human thought processes and the development of these thought processes. Through these activities we work to cure what we believe to be a universal cognitive underdevelopment. We work to eliminate "temporal blindness" and thus create cognition based solutions to global problems.
Jack Alpert (Bio) mail to: Alpert@skil.org (homepage) www.skil.org position papers