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Professor Larry Weiskrantz

1926 - 2018


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On Friday 8th June, colleagues from Expermimental Psychology and from far afield gathered together to commemorate the academic life and legacy of Larry Weiskrantz (1926-2018). He remains a giant in our discipline, having played a pioneering role in unveiling implicit perception and memory. As Head of our Department (1967-1993), Larry shaped the modern guise of our department, with its emphasis on rigorous experimental research and its integrative approach to understanding mind and behaviour. 


Recordings of the talks given at his memorial service are available below:




Larry Weiskrantz and the Department of Experimental Psychology in Oxford - Professor Kia Nobre


Larry Weiskrantz and Blindsight - Professor Dick Passingham


The Two Visual Systems and Awareness - Professor Mel Goodale


Amnesia and the European Brain and Behaviour Society - Professor John Aggleton


Working with Larry Weiskrantz - Professor Marco Tamietto