Brain Research Symposium on the Limbic System Influences on Anatomic Function
Robert Lansdale Photography
March 20, 1969
Photographs taken during sessions and public lectures at the Brain Research Symposium on the limbic system influences on anatomic function held at Massey College, in March of 1969. Photographs document attendees and lecturers. Lecturers included: Paul D. Maclean, Chief of Section on Limbic Integration and Behavior at the National Institute of Mental Health, N.I.H. (Bethesda, Maryland), Donald B. Lindsley, Professor of Physiology and Psychology at the University of California (Los Angeles), Paul Dell, Director of Neurophysiology Laboratory (Marseille, France), and Charles H. Hockman, Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Toronto.
Thomas P. Morley fonds B2000-0035/ 001(15)."Symposium on Brain Research Continues Today and Tomorrow" Univesrity of Toronto Bulleting, March 20, 1969, p. 4.
51 negatives : b&w ; 35 mm
Robert Lansdale Photography fonds
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University of Toronto Archives and Robert Lansdale, photographer.
See also: Photographer's No. 691146.
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