Jozef B. Cohen Papers, 1944-2001 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/19/29
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Jozef B. Cohen (1921-1995), professor emeritus of psychology at University of Illinois (1948-1995) and receiver of Macbeth Award from Inter-Society Color Council (1992).Includes biographical material, awards, obituaries, and lecture notes (1944-1995); correspondence (1954-1995) with colleagues and institutions primarily pertaining to his ongoing research in color and vision science; laboratory files data, graphs, drawings, and notes related to his published and unpublished research; Huguette Cohen's correspondence with Morton Weir, Hugh Fairman, Rolf G. Kuehni and University of Illinois Press regarding revision and publication of Visual Color and Color Mixture (1997-2001); published and unpublished papers on subjects of vision science, Matrix R, color mixing and matching, trichromatic theory, colorimetry, Euclidean color space, metamerism, Munsell color chips, and tristimulus representations (1941-1995). This seriod also includes Cohen's reference file of publications, historical materials, and prior research in the field of vision and color science (1600-1988). Correspondents include Michael Brill, Gunter Wyszecki, Hugh Fairman, Rolf G. Kuehni, Thomas Friden, William E. Kappauf, the Inter-city Color Council, David Birch, ed. American Journal of Psychology, and Ellen C. Carter.