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Winter 2014 Contents

Features

The long shadow of a poor start
Published Winter 2014
For 25 years, Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander and his colleague followed the lives of 790 children growing up in a variety of Baltimore neighborhoods. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Way out there
Are we flying solo?
Published Winter 2014
Are we flying solo in the universe? The millennia-old question will be answered in our lifetime. Maybe. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Pavlov reconsidered
Chasing the legend
Published Winter 2014
Two decades of research led Daniel Todes to discover everything we thought we knew about Ivan Pavlov is wrong. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The earl of Homewood
Published Winter 2014
For more than two decades, he taught with "passion and fervor." Remembering Earl Wasserman. / Johns Hopkins Magazine