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William Winter


Behavioral Sciences

Born and raised in Brooklyn – privileged to teach here.


Psy 11 (Intro psych)

Psy 34 (Personality psych)


B.A. Brooklyn College, Psychology, 1989

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Graduate School and University Center of CUNY, 1995

College Teaching

Kingsborough 1998 to Present

Brooklyn College: 1990 -1995

Selected Publications and/or Other Resources

Winter, B. & Reber, A.S. (1994). Implicit learning and natural language acquisition. N.       Ellis (Ed.). Implicit and explicit learning of languages. London. Academic     Press.

Winter, W.E., Broman, M., Rose, A.L., Reber, A.S. (2001). The assessment of cognitive procedural learning in amnesia. Brain and Cognition., 45. 79-96. 

Winter, W.E. (2001). The uses of a skill-based activity in therapeutic induction. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 44:2, 119-126.

Winter, W.E. (2002). Acquisition of expertise on a difficult perceptual motor task by an amnesic patient. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 94, 59-67.

Winter, W.E. (2004). The performance of ESL students in a content-linked psychology course. Community Review. 18, 76- 82.

Winter, B. (2004). The two levels of commercialization in higher education, and why students should be students and not consumers. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatrics. 6 (1), 147-149.

Winter, B (2008). Towards a taxonomy of theories. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Institute for the teaching of Psychology.

Winter, B. (2009). Gender related attitudes towards achievement in college. Community College Enterprise. 15, 1.  83-92.

Research Interests

Cognitive Neuropsychology



Positive Psychology

everything else

Institutional Affiliations / Professional Societies
Association for Psychological Science, New York Academy of Science

Personal Interests


Mountain Climbing


World Music

Bass Guitar