National Medal of Science - Behavior and Social Science 2005
"Psychologist, Cognitive-Social. Human memory, mnemonic devices, retrieval strategies, recording strategies, category learning. Cognitive processes, emotion, imagery, language and reading comprehension as they relate to memory. Mathematical Models, Computer Simulation of Memory, Behavior Modification."
External Resources/Mainly Text
Bowernet' An Intellectual Genealogy of Gordon Bower By Richard Hébert, Observer, Association for Psychological Science
VideosInside the Psychologist's Studio with Gordon Bower, The Association for Psychological Science. Published Sep 19, 2013. 1:01:5
Name: Gordon Bower
Birth: 30 December, 1932
Title: Albert Ray Lang Professor Emeritus
Affiliation: Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Citation: : "For his unparalleled contributions to cognitive and mathematical psychology, for his lucid analyses of memory and learning, and for his important service to psychology and to American science." Awarded by President George W. Bush in a White House ceremony on July 27, 2007.
Biography/History of Discovery
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Doctoral Advisors: Neal Miller and Frank Logan, Experimental Psychology, Yale University, 1959
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