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About the Author
Moskowitz graduated Harvard University in 1969 with a Ph.D. in experimental psychology and from Queens College (CUNY), Phi Beta Kappa, with degrees in mathematics/psychology. He has written/edited 26 books, over 400 refereed articles/conference proceedings, lectures, serves on editorial boards of journals, and mentors students world-wide. Named 2010 winner Walston Chubb Award for innovation in research across scientific disciplines, honoring Mind Genomics, the new field of knowledge he founded with the goal of advancing science and business, knowledge and application.
In 2009, Dr. Moskowitz co-founded iNovum to bring the science of Mind Genomics and Addressable Minds to world industries. In his 42 year career since receiving his Ph.D., Moskowitz's work has won numerous awards for innovation in web-enabled, self-authored conjoint measurement, weak signals research in trends analysis and concept development, reducing cost, time and effort for new product/service development.