Bernard Maskit received his Ph.D. in Mathematics at NYU in 1964. He held a post-doc at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ; was junior faculty at MIT, full professor at Stony Brook University since 1971, and Leading Professor since 1993. He has written a book on Kleinian Groups, an advanced topic in current mathematics; co-edited several volumes; and published about 70 research articles in mathematics. He retired from Stony Brook in 2008. For about the past 10 years, he has focused on research in psychoanalysis and psycholinguistics, as well as his field of complex analysis in mathematics. He has been working with Wilma Bucci on computational psycholinguistics, modeling aspects of Multiple Code Theory and the Referential Process, designing measures and writing computer programs to implement them; they have published several papers on these subjects together; these are listed on this website.