Jay Earley

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Jay Earley is an American computer scientist and psychologist. He invented the Earley parser in his early career in computer science.[1][2] Later he became a clinical psychologist specializing in group therapy and Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), including working with the inner critic. He has created the Pattern System, a personality system, and Self-Therapy Journey, a web application for psychological healing and behavior change.

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  1. ^ Earley, Jay (1968). An Efficient Context-Free Parsing Algorithm (PDF). Carnegie-Mellon Dissertation. 
  2. ^ Earley, Jay (1970), "An efficient context-free parsing algorithm", Communications of the ACM, 13 (2): 94–102, doi:10.1145/362007.362035 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Earley, Jay, 2000, Interactive Group Therapy, Taylor and Francis
  • Earley, Jay, 2012, Self-Therapy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Inner Wholeness Using IFS, Pattern System Books.
  • Earley, Jay & Weiss, Bonnie, 2012, Freedom From Your Inner Critic, Sounds True.
  • Earley, Jay, 2012, Resolving Inner Conflict, Pattern System Books.
  • Earley, Jay, 2013, The Pattern System: A Periodic Table for Psychology, Pattern System Books.
  • Earley, Jay, 2014, Conflict, Care, and Love: Transforming Your Relationship Patterns, Pattern System Books.
  • Earley, Jay, 2014, The Professionals' Guide to Self-Therapy Journey, Pattern System Books.