American psychologist who contributed to human being cognitive psychology and cognitive learning in educational psychology. He also added to the overall viewpoint of education. He gained a B.A. from Duke University or college in 1937 and a Ph.D. from Harvard University or college in 1941. He released several books including A REPORT of Considering in 1956 and Real Minds, Feasible Worlds in 1985. He was created to Polish immigrants Heman and Rose Bruner in NY. His alternative type of interactionist or interpersonal interactionist theory of vocabulary advancement appealed to philosopher John Searle.