Lawrance Weiskrantz - Curriculum Vitae#


Educational experience:
  • B.A. (Highest Honors) Swarthmore 1949
  • M.Sc. Oxford University 1950
  • Ph.D. Harvard University 1953

Other training and appointments:
  • Institute of Living Research Associate 1952-55
  • Harvard University Teaching Assistant 1952-53
  • Tufts University Part time Lecturer 1952
  • Oxford University Senior Postdoctoral Fellow
  • U.S. National Academy of Sciences 1955-56
  • Cambridge University Research Associate 1956-61
  • Cambridge University Assistant Director of Research 1961-66
  • Cambridge University Reader in Physiological Psychology 1966-67
  • Oxford University Professor of Psychology 1967-93
  • Emeritus Professor 1993-present

Supplemental information:

Fellow, Royal Society, 1980; Member, U.S. National Academy of Sciences, 1987; Member, Academia Europaea, 1990; Sir Frederick Bartlett Memorial Lecturer, 1980; Kenneth Craik Award, Cambridge, 1976; Distinguished Visiting Professor, Baylor University, 1988 99; Visiting Professor, University of Durham, 1995- ; Visiting Professor, City University, London, 1999-2004; Visiting Professor, Aberdeen University, 2002-5; Member, Council of Royal Society, 1988 1989; Ferrier Lecturer, Royal Society, 1989; Hughlings Jackson Lecturer/Gold Medallist, Royal Society of Medicine, 1990; Donald Hebb Lecturer, Dalhousie University, 1996; James Drever Memorial Lecturer, Dundee University, 1987; Harry Camp Memorial Lecturer, Stanford University, 1997; Werner Heisenberg Lecturer, Bavarian Academy of Sciences/Siemens Foundation, Munich, 1998; Herbert H. Reynolds Lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science, Baylor Univ., 1999; John P. McGovern Award Lecturer/Medallist, American Association for Advancement of Science, Boston, 2002; J.Z. Young Memorial Lecturer, Oxford, 2002; William James Award, American Psychological Society, 1992; Member, International Commission for Bio Science Grant Program, Tokyo, 1988; Member, Science Council, Fyssen Foundation, Paris, 1982 9; Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, 1985 9; Delegate, Oxford University Press, 1983 1993; Honorary President, European Society for Philosophy and Psychology 1992-9; Inaugural President, European Brain and Behaviour Society, 1969-70; President, 1994-6; President, Association for Scientific Study of Consciousness, 2001-2; Honorary Doctorate, Univ. of Tilburg (Netherlands), 1997. Honorary Member, European Brain and Behaviour Society, 1999-present.

Editorial Boards

(Current):
Neuropsychologia; Behavioral & Neural Biology, Advances in Behavioral Biology; Oxford Psychology Series;

(Past):
Brain (Deputy Editor), Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; Animal Behaviour, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry; Experimental Brain Research; Behavioral Biology; Monographs in Neurosciences; Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B.

Memberships

Honorary Member, Experimental Psychology Society (past President); Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour; European Brain and Behaviour Society (twice past President, currently Honorary Member); Association of British Neurologists; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi; American Psychological Society (William James Fellow); European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (Past Honorary President); Senior Member, King's College, Cambridge, 1960 ; Fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge, 1964 67; Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford, 1967 93, Emeritus Fellow, 1993- .

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