Richard Swinlay & Sarah Punchall (Swinley, Swyndle) - Possibly their children?
Cruel, male-dominated culture (nothing covered but her eyes/everything covered but her eyes)
Results suggested that experts, novices, and postulants differed with respect to their abilities to perceive and interpret classroom information. Experts appeared better able to weigh the import of one piece of visual information against another, to form connections among pieces of information, and to represent management and instructional situations into meaningful problem units. In general, experts appeared to possess comparatively richer schemata for ascribing meaning to visual classroom information.