Fred Attneave papers 1949-1991


Fred Attneave papers 1949-1991

Fred Attneave, known for his work in information theory, also spent time in the Army developing theories in visual perception. Attneave's papers consist largely of studies he conducted in the discipline of visual perception during this time and later at the University of Oregon.



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Fred Attneave was born on March 25, 1919 in Greenwood, Mississippi. He graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1942 with a double major in Psychology and English. Attneave was drafted into the army and served as an officer in the Army Signal Corps for three years in the Pacific theatre working on radio and teletype installations. After the Army, Attneave entered graduate school at Stanford University and received his Ph.D. in psychology in 1949. He returned to Mi...