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Project by Jenine posted 09-06-2015 11:51 PM 624 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A commission from a developmental psychology lab at Montana State. Will be used to play games with babies that gauge their reactions to happy stimuli from mom (hiding behind one of the doors)

The prison colors were called for by the original experiment procedures (created in the 90’s), so there was not talking them out of them. Sad…really depressing. I mean, it’s for BABIES….sheesh. ;) My son liked it though (photo 4), so I guess kids don’t mind!

Partial inset doors (think that’s what they are called?). All oak plywood except the legs, which are random pine I had laying around. Constructed out of scraps I gathered…which only fuels my hoarder tendencies since they are paying me very well for it.

My dado stack is toast (some of you saw that post), so I only had to make a million passes at the tablesaw to cut the rabbets. Yes, I was too lazy to set up outside and use a router. No, I don’t use my router inside. I should get a router table.

It’s basically a face frame cabinet without sides or a back, or a top…so not like that at all… :)

-- - Montana sucks. Tell your friends.





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oldnovice

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#1 posted 09-07-2015 11:50 PM

Interesting to say the least!

I did some similar work back when I was in college for the phsycovector (at least thats what is was called back in ‘68) lab.

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#2 posted 09-08-2015 02:56 PM



Interesting to say the least!

I did some similar work back when I was in college for the phsycovector (at least thats what is was called back in 68) lab.

- oldnovice

I don’t know what that is, but it sounds cool! Haha!

Cheers!
Jenine

-- - Montana sucks. Tell your friends.

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