About Boston Tutor Charles Robinson
Education
Weizman Institute of Science
Ph.D. in physics
M.Sc. in physics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.Sc. in mathematics
Brookline High School
Books written
Basic Math and PreAlgebra
Learning Express LLC, 2007
Algebra I,
Learning Express LLC, 2007
Scientific Research
Neuroscience
A new way of thinking about how human memory operates
on the molecular level. Theoretical considerations were advanced
and experimental tests were suggested in support of the idea that
the recognition and retrieval operations which underlie memory in
humans and animals may occur primarily within neurons, rather than
at the synapses. (Articles in Journal of Theoretical Biology
and Journal of Biological Psychology.)
Subnuclear Particles
Theoretical aspects of the interactions of subnuclear
particles. Introduction of the principle of unitarity into the singleparticle
exchange approximation of the scattering of elementary particles
at high energies. (Article in Nuovo Cimento.)
Auditory Perception
Experiments in auditory perception performed to
elucidate the mathematical understanding of how sounds are perceived.
(Articles in Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.)
Statistical Inference
Improving the mathematical basis for the routine
use of statistical inference in areas such as medicine, psychology,
sociology, and education. (Article in preparation.)
