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UK Fellow, Psychology, elected in 2013

Professor Timothy Shallice FBA

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About this Fellow

The development of information-processing and connectionist models of cognitive processes, particularly of executive functions, memory, knowledge, reading and writing and their application to understanding the cognitive consequences of brain damage



Current post

  • Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology, University College London

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