In the previous two labs in this series, we've discovered that human
behavior takes time, in part because it involves things happening
successively in several different parts of an individual, that these
happenings can be influenced by a variety of external variables but
also to varying degrees by internal ones, and that "thinking" may be a
relevant internal variable. We have also, hopefully, become more
sophisticated at posing questions, collecting observations relevant to
them, and interpreting such observations in relation to questions.
In this lab we want to further build on our experiences by
investigating "thinking" itself.
Is "thinking" also something that takes time? that can be altered by