Saul Sternberg: Brief CV

Current Address
Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
Room D19, Solomon Laboratories of Exprimental Psychology
3720 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6241
(215) 898-7162

1946-1950 High School of Music and Art, New York City
1950-1952 Swarthmore College
1952-1953 University College of North Staffordshire (now the University of Keele, Staffordshire, England)
1953-1954 Swarthmore College
1954-1959 Harvard University
1959-1960 University of Cambridge

B.A., June 1954, Swarthmore College (Mathematics, with High Honors)
M.A., June 1958, Harvard University (Social Psychology)
Ph.D., February 1960, Harvard University (Social Psychology).
Dissertation: A path-dependent stochastic model of human choice learning (Supervisor: R. Duncan Luce).
Diploma in Mathematical Statistics, June 1960, University of Cambridge

Research and Teaching Appointments
1960-1961 Instructor in Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
1961-1964 Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
1964-1988 Member of Technical Staff, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., Murray Hill, N.J.
- 1969-1972 Supervisor, Perception & Memory Group
- 1970-1985 Head, Human Information-Processing Research Department
- Psychologists brought to the Department
1972-1973 Honorary Research Associate, University College London
1979 (Spring) Regents Professor, University of California, Berkeley
1982-1991 Member, Graduate Faculty, Rutgers University
1985-1988 Member, Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence Research Department, AT&T Bell Laboratories
1985- Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

Journal Editorial Appointments
Psychological Review (Editorial Consultant, 1959-64)
Journal of Experimental Psychology (Consulting Editor, 1969)
Journal of Mathematical Psychology (Editorial Board, 1969-70)
Cognitive Psychology (Editorial Board, 1969-75)
Journal of Motor Behavior (Editorial Board, 1978-88)
Music Perception (Consulting Editor, 1981-2002)

Other Professional Appointments
1966-1971 Secretary, Psychological Roundtable
1971-1975 Organizing-Committee Member, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth International Symposia on Attention and Performance
1975-1984 Founding- and Executive-Committee Member, International Association for the Study of Attention and Performance (Chairman, 1980-1984)
1977-1982 Member, Governing Board of the Psychonomic Society (Chairman, 1982)
1984-1992 Member, Advisory Council, International Association for the Study of Attention and Performance
1985 Chairman, Working Group on Information and Cognitive Sciences, National Research Council Committee on Basic Research in the Behavioral and Social Sciences
1991-1994 Member, Board of Directors, Society for Music Perception and Cognition
1995 Member, External Committee to Review the Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

Academic Honors
First prize, Westinghouse Science Talent Search, 1950
Foundation Year Prize, University College of North Staffordshire, 1953
Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1971-
Fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1972-73
Fellow, Division of Experimental Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1973-
Fourth Sir Frederic Bartlett Lecturer, Experimental Psychology Society, London, 1973
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1975-
Member, National Academy of Sciences, 1982-
Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award of the American Psychological Association, 1987 Citation & Bio
Association Lecturer, International Association for the Study of Attention and Performance, 1988
William James Fellow of the American Psychological Society, 1989-
Howard Crosby Warren Medal of the Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1992 Citation
Paul C. Williams Term Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, 1993-1998.
Member, Experimental Psychology Society (United Kingdom), 1996-