Dean's Office Staff
Director of College Information Technology
- Office: Skaggs Building 242
- Phone: (406) 243-2194
- Email: email@example.com
GPG fingerprint: DCBC E304 1C77 6598 7452 1EC9 76A7 4E15 0303 12A7
Palmer, Stephen; Neff, Jonathan; Beck, Diane (1997). "Grouping and Amodal Perception". In Rock, Irvin. Indirect perception. MIT Press/Bradford Books series in cognitive psychology. MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-18177-8.
Ranney, M., Schank, P., Hoadley, C., & Neff, J. (1994). "I know one when I see one": How (much) do hypotheses differ from evidence? Proceedings of the Fifth Annual American Society for Information Science SIG/CR Workshop on Classification Research (pp. 139-156).
GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner
GIAC, License 1117
Jonathan Neff is an IT and security specialist
with over fifteen years experience managing information technology
infrastructures. Jonathan has designed IT solutions for businesses with
high-availability requirements, government organizations, health care
institutions, and scientific research groups. He has extensive
experience responding to computer security incidents and developing
security solutions. Jonathan is a GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner and a founder
of the Montana High Tech Crime Investigation Association - MT HTCIA (defunct).