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Books by Paul R. Kinnear (University of Aberdeen)

After graduating from Edinburgh University, Dr Kinnear was appointed to the staff of the Department (now School) of Psychology at Aberdeen University. Besides writing various SPSS (now PASW) books, he has researched colour vision anomalies and defects, both congenital and those acquired as the result of pathological changes in the eye, as well as memory and spatial vision. He has contributed to the methodology of the measurement of colour vision, especially with respect to the Farnsworth-Munsell 100-Hue Test. He retired in 2004, but is still collaborating in research at the School of Psychology. After graduating from Queen's University Belfast, Dr Gray was appointed to the staff of the Department (now School) of Psychology at Aberdeen University. Dr Gray retired from his full time post of Senior Lecturer in 2007, but continues to teach in the School of Psychology on a part time basis (especially at postgraduate level, where he currently conducts five sessions with the MRes and MSc students). Besides co-authoring a long list of books on statistical computing and methodology, he has researched extensively in the fields of neuropsychology, deafness and developmental psychology and has published many papers and book chapters in these fields.