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Andy was a particularly bright and creative student. Although he sometimes took a long time to submit his required materials, the creativity and insight he demonstrated when he did finally submit his work made it clear that Andy is an exceptionally gifted thinker.
I thought I knew a lot about Gestalt theory, but Professor Lehar exposed me to a great breadth of material beyond the familiar Gestalt authors. He tailored the course specifically to my interests, and allowed me to replace my final paper with a very elaborate computer simulation. I found the experience very rewarding.
Paper 1: Implications of Gestalt Theory for Magnetic Resonance Imagery. Submitted: May 2005. Grade B+
Comments: Andy shows creativity in applying Gestalt principles to a specific problem domain.
Exam 1: Score 88, Grade B
Paper 2: Gestalt-Inspired Algorithm for Volumetric Shape Recognition Submitted: July 2005. Grade A.
Comments: Andy has outdone himself and come up with a truly original concept of shape recognition using Gestalt principles. This can truly be considered a material contribution to Gestalt theory.
Exam 2: Score 65, Grade C
Paper 3: A Generalization of the Grey-White Decision Net for Gestalt Applications.
Comments: Once again Andy has demonstrated exceptional creativity and original thinking. This work will definitely have to be published!
Exam 3: Score 72, Grade C+
Paper 4: A Defomorphic Analysis of Volumetric Shape in Medical Imagery.
Comments: Andy has finally brought all his various ideas together in a single work, which, supported by elaborate computer simulations, offers a novel and very powerful new altorithm for medical imagery. It has been an honor to work with a student with such raw native talent and creative ability!
Exam 4: Score 61, Grade C
Course Grade: A+