[picture]James Corter Collection
Associate Professor of Statistics and Education

Educational Background
B.A. in Psychology (highest honors) 1977, University of North Carolina
Graduate study, L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, 1977-1979, University of North Carolina
Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, 1983, Stanford University
Scholarly Interests
Computational models of human learning and categorization. Statistics expertise and probability problem-solving. Judgment and decision-making. Clustering and scaling methods for multivariate data.
Website: http://www.columbia.edu/~jec34/...
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[thumbnail] Comparing Eighth-Grade Diagnostic Test Results for Korean, Czech, and American Students
by E. Um, E. Dogan, S. Im, K. Tatsuoka & J. Corter (2003)
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[thumbnail] An Efficient Metric combinatorial Algorithm for Fitting Additive Trees
by J. Corter (1998)
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[thumbnail] Tree Models of Similarity and Association
by J. Corter (1997)
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