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1986-87--Lecturer and postdoctoral researcher, Departments of Anatomy and Anthropology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
MS University of Oklahoma Zoology 1979
Ph.D. SUNY, Stony Brook, NY Anatomical Sciences 1986
Examination of factors involved in determining medical students' success in the didactic, basic-science component of their training.
How do students' cognitive styles and personalities influence their evaluation of their teachers?
To what extent does one's choice of a salience threshold (flagging the level of substantive significance of structure coefficients associated with a principal components or factor analysis) influence apparent results and conclusions following such an analysis?
What can a factor analytic item analysis of the Hemispheric Mode Indicator and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator tell us about 1) the validity of those two instruments, 2) the paradigm of cognitive hemispheric dominance, 3) Carl Jung's conception of personality (as operationalized by Myers and Briggs), and 4) the relationship between cognitive hemispheric dominance and personality as operationalized by the HMI and MBTI (respectively)?
1980 Hartman, S.E. Geographic variation analysis of Dipodomys ordii using nonmetric cranial traits. Journal of Mammalogy, 61:436-448.
1983 Hartman, S.E. A critique of some regression adjustments used in allometric size "correction" in numerical taxonomy. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 62:305-309.
1985 Hartman, S.E. Rotating sets of "homologous" points in multidimensional space to a mutual least-squares best fit. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 66:180 (abstract).
1986 Hartman, S.E. A molar perspective on hominoid systematics. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 69:212 (abstract).
1986 Hartman, S.E. A stereophotogrammetric analysis of occlusal morphology of extant hominoid molars. Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York, Stony Brook.
1987 Hartman, S.E. A cladistic analysis of extant hominoid molars. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 72:208 (abstract).
1988 Jungers, W.L., and S.E. Hartman. Relative growth of the locomotor skeleton in Orang-utans and other large-bodied hominoids. Pp. 347-359, In Aspects of the Biology of the Orang-utan, J.H. Schwartz, ed., Oxford University Press.
1988 Hartman, S.E. A cladistic analysis of hominoid molars. Journal of Human Evolution, 17:489-502.
1988 Hartman, S.E. Evaluation of some alternative procedures in numerical systematics. Systematic Zoology, 37:1-18.
1989 Hartman, S.E. Stereophotogrammetric analysis of occlusal morphology of extant hominoid molars: phenetics and function. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 80:145-166.
1991 Gelvin, B.R., G.H. Albrecht, and S.E. Hartman. The theory and practice of using ratios as a size-adjustment. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (abstract).
1991 Cheverud, J., S.E. Hartman, J.T. Richtsmeier, and W.R. Atchley. A quantitative genetic analysis of localized morphology in mandibles of inbred mice using finite element scaling analysis. Journal of Craniofacial Genetics and Developmental Biology, 11:122-137.
1993 Albrecht, G.H., B.R. Gelvin, and S.E. Hartman. Ratios as a size-adjustment in morphometrics. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 91:441-468.
1993 Hartman, S.E. The Scientific Attitude. Journal of Medical Humanities, 14:101-103 (book review).
1995 Albrecht, G.H., B.R. Gelvin, and S.E. Hartman. Ratio adjustments in morphometrics: a reply to Dr. Corruccini. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 96:193-197.
1996 Hylton, J. and S.E. Hartman. The learning styles of medical students: an annotated bibliography of twenty years of research. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 83:1411-1420.
1997 Hartman, S.E., J. Hylton, and R. Sanders. The influence of hemispheric dominance on scores of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 57:440-449.
1997 Hylton, J. and S.E. Hartman. Personality, hemispheric dominance, and cognitive style. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 28:96-107.
1997 Hartman, S.E., and J. Hylton. Estimates of validity and reliability for the Hemispheric Mode Indicator. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 85:1355-1364.
1999 Hartman, S.E. PtrnMtch: A program to determine level of factor matching using coefficient kappa. Applied Psychological Measurement, 23:30.
1999 Hartman, S.E. Another view of the Paranormal Belief Scale. Journal of Parapsychology, 63:131-141.
2000 Hartman, S.E. and J. Hylton. Factor-analytic item analysis of the Hemispheric Mode Indicator. Personality and Individual Differences, 29:283-299.
2001 Hartman, S.E., B.P. Bates, and S.A. Sprafka. Correlation of Scores for the Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination with osteopathic medical school grades. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 101:347-349.
2004-2005. Hartman, S.E. and J.M. Norton. A review of King HH and Lay EM, "Osteopathy in the Cranial Field," in Foundations for Osteopathic Medicine, 2nd ed. Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, 8,2:24-28.
2006. Hartman, S.E. Cranial osteopathy: It's fate seems clear. Chiropractic & Osteopathy 14,10.
2006. Hartman, S.E. Is there evidence?: Reply to Drs. Blum and Cuthbert. Chiropractic & Osteopathy 14,10.
2006. Hartman, S.E. Should osteopathic licensing examinations test for knowledge of cranial osteopathy? International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 8,4:153-154.
2006. Hartman, S.E. Cranial osteopathy and licensing exams: Rejoinder to Maddick and Korth. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 9:143.
2007. Hartman, S.E. Reply to "The flawed cranial model." International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 10:81-82.
2008. Hartman S, Cameron M, French SD, Perle SM, Walker BF. Good Scientific Writing: Advice from the Editors of Chiropractic & Osteopathy. http://www.coca.com.au/journal/articles/ScientificWritingEditorial.pdf.
2009. Hartman, S.E. Why do ineffective treatments seem helpful? A brief review. Chiropractic & Osteopathy 17,10. http://www.chiroandosteo.com/content/pdf/1746-1340-17-10.pdf
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