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Earl B. Hunt (1177)

Interests
Artificial intelligence, cognition, mathematical psychology and psychometrics
Nationality
American
Born
1933, San Francisco, California, USA
Short Biography
Earl B. Hunt (born January 8, 1933) is an American psychologist specializing in the study of human and artificial intelligence. Within these fields he has focused on individual differences in intelligence and the implications of these differences for the ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BA Stanford University, 1954
  • PhD Yale University, 1960
Appointments & Honors
  • Professor of psychology, University of Washington
  • Fellow, APA, AAAS
  • Editor, Cognitive Psychology, 1974-87
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Multivariate Behavioral Research, 1980-90, Intelligence, 1982- Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1983-9,
Principal Publications
  • 1962 Concept Learning. Wiley.
  • 1966 Experiments in Induction. Academic Press.
  • 1971 What kind of computer is man? Cognitive Psychology, 2, 57-98.
  • 1972 How good can memory he? In A. Melton and E. Martin (eds), Coding Processes in Human Memory. Winston.
  • 1973 Individual differences in cognition. In G. Bower (ed.), Advances in Learning and Motivation, vol. 7. Academic Press (with N. Frost and C. Lunnehorg).
  • 1974 Quote the raven? Never more. In L. Gregg (ed.), Knowledge-Cognition. Erlbaum.
  • 1974 The mechanics of thought. In B. Kantowitz (ed.), Human Information Processing: Tutorials in Performance and Cognition. Erlbaum (with S. Poltrock).
  • 1975 Artificial Intelligence. Academic Press.
  • 1975 What does it mean to be high verbal? Cognitive Psychology, 1, 194-227 (with J. Lewis and C. Lunnehorg).
  • 1978 Individual differences in the verification of sentence-picture relationships. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 17, 493-507 (with C. Mac Leod and N. Mathews).
  • 1981 Individual differences in long-term memory access. Memory and Cognition, 9, 599-608 (with J. Davidson and M. Lansman).
  • 1980 Intelligence as an information processing concept. British Journal of Psychology, 71, 449-74.
  • 1983 On the nature of intelligence. Science, 219, 141-6.
  • 1988 Indigenous Cognition: Functioning in Cultural Context. Nijhoff (with J. W. Berry and S. H. Irvine).
  • 1994 Encyclopedia of Human Intelligence. Macmillan (ed. with R. J. Sternberg, S. J. Ceci, J. Hom, J. D. Matarazzo and S. Scarr).
  • 1995 Will We Be Smart Enough? Cognitive Capabilities of the Coming Worleforce. Russell Sage Foundation.
  • 1996 Thoughts on Thought: A Discussion of Ideas in Cognitive Psychology. Erlhaum.