Professor Good's recent publications include "Culture and DSM-IV: Diagnosis, Knowledge and Power," in 1996; "Studying Mental Illness in Context: Local, Global, or Universal?" in 1997; "Culture and Psychotherapy: Clinical Issues in Cross-Cultural Settings," in 1998; (with Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good) "Clinical Narratives and the Study of Contemporary Doctor-Patient Relationships," in Gary L. Albrecht, Ray Fitzpatrick and Susan C. Scrimshaw, eds., (London: Sage Publications Ltd.: 2000); (with Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good) "'Fiction' and 'Historicity' in Doctors' Stories: Social and Narrative Dimensions of Learning Medicine," in Cheryl Mattingly and Linda Garro, eds., (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000).
a British statistician and computer pioneer. During , Good worked with and at , with and et al. in the section headed by , contributing to crack the German . After the war he worked at the and , and had a variety of defense, consulting and academic positions, until he came to the United States in 1967, becoming a University Distinguished Professor at . In 1965 he originated the concept of an , now known as , which anticipates the eventual advent of . Jack Good died on April 5, 2009, aged 92 .