Estes, William (Kaye)

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ESTES, William (Kaye)

ESTES, William (Kaye). American, b. 1919. Genres: Psychology. Career: Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979. Ed., Psychological Science, 1990-94. Member of Faculty, 1946-62, Professor of Psychology, 1955-60, and Research Professor, 1960-62, University of Indiana, Bloomington; Professor of Psychology, and Member of Institute of Mathematical Studies in Social Sciences, Stanford University, California, 1962-68; Professor of Psychology, Rockefeller University, NYC, 1968-79. President, Midwestern Psychological Association, 1956-57; President, Division of Experimental Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1958-59; Associate Ed., Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1958-62; Ed., Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1962-68; Ed., Psychological Review, 1977-82. Publications: An Experimental Study of Punishment, 1944; (co-author) Modern Learning Theory, 1954; (coed.) Studies in Mathematical Learning Theory, 1959; Stimulus Sampling Theory, 1967; Learning Theory and Mental Development, 1970; Handbook of Learning and Cognitive Processes, 6 vols., 1975-78; Models of Learning, Memory, and Choice, 1982; Statistical Models in Behavioral Research, 1991; Classification and Cognition, 1994. Address: Harvard University, W. James Hall, 33 Kirkland St., Cambridge, MA 02138-2044, U.S.A.

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