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Stoffregen assesses Nobel Prizes in Fox News article

Professor of kinesiology StoffregenT-2013.jpgDr. Thomas A. Stoffregen and director of the Affordance Perception-Action Laboratory (APAL) gave insight into which category he felt should be added to the Nobel Prize.

The article, "What's missing from the Nobel Prize? Scientists weigh in," includes a poll conducted through LiveScience where scientists from around the world responded with categories they thought should be incorporated. Stoffregen explained that behavioral science should be added because a high volume of critical, deserving work is being accomplished in the field.

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