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George A. Miller

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"George Miller"
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Stanley Smith Stevens grad student 1946
 (The Optimal Design of Jamming Signals)


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Ulric Neisser research assistant Harvard (Neurotree)
Dan I. Slobin grad student 1960-1964 Harvard
Jacques Mehler grad student 1962-1964 Harvard
Lawrence Eduard Marks grad student 1962-1965 Harvard (Neurotree)
Alice F. Healy grad student 1968-1970 CU Boulder (Neurotree)
Keith Stenning grad student 1975 Rockefeller
Allison M. Hermann grad student 1988-1989 (Neurotree)
Roger Newland Shepard post-doc Harvard
Roy D. Pea post-doc 1977-1979 Rockefeller (Neurotree)
William Hirst post-doc 1976-1980 Rockefeller (Neurotree)
Rick L. Lewis post-doc 1994-1995 Princeton (Neurotree)
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Miller GA. (1975) Some Comments On Competence And Performance Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 263: 201-204
Healy AF, Miller GA. (1971) The relative contribution of nouns and verbs to sentence acceptability and comprehensibility Psychonomic Science. 24: 94-96
Healy AF, Miller GA. (1970) The verb as the main determinant of sentence meaning Psychonomic Science. 20: 372-372
MEHLER J, MILLER GA. (1964) RETROACTIVE INTERFERENCE IN THE RECALL OF SIMPLE SENTENCES. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 55: 295-301
Bruner JS, Miller GA, Zimmerman C. (1955) Discriminative skill and discriminative matching in perceptual recognition Journal of Experimental Psychology. 49: 187-192
GARNER WR, MILLER GA. (1947) The masked threshold of pure tones as a function of duration. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 37: 293-303
Stevens SS, Egan JP, Miller GA. (1947) Methods of Measuring Speech Spectra Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 19: 771-780
MILLER GA, POSTMAN L. (1946) Individual and group hoarding in rats The American Journal of Psychology. 59: 652-668
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