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Elizabeth Warrington (1253)

Interests
Experimental psychology, neuropsychology
Nationality
British
Born
1931
Short Biography
Elizabeth Kerr Warrington FRS (born in 1931) is a British neuropsychologist specialized in the study of dementia. She holds a PhD in visual processing and is now an emeritus professor of clinical neuropsychology at the University College London. She ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BSc University College London, 1954
  • PhD University of London, 1960
  • DSc University of London, 1975
Appointments & Honors
  • National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, 1956-
  • Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1982-96
  • Fellow, Royal Society, 1986
Principal Publications
  • 1962 The completion of visual forms across hemianopic field defects. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 25, 208-17.
  • 1967 Disorders of visual perception in patients with localised cerebral lesions. Neuropsychologia, 5, 253-66 (with M. James).
  • 1968 New method of testing long-term retention with special reference to amnesic patients. Nature, 277, 972-4 (withL. Weiskrantz).
  • 1969 The selective impairment of auditory verbal short-term memory. Brain, 92, 885-96 (with T. Shallice).
  • 1970 Amnesia and the distinction between longand short-term memory. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 9, 176-89 (with A. D. Baddeley).
  • 1970 Amnesia: Consolidation or retrieval? Nature, 288, 628-30 (with L. Weiskrantz).
  • 1972 Neuropsychological evidence of visual storage in short-term memory tasks. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 24, 30-40 (with T. Shallice).
  • 1973 Contribution of the right parietal lobe to object recognition. Cortex, 9, 152-64 (with A. M. Taylor).
  • 1974 The effect of prior learning on subsequent retention in amnesic patients. Neuropsychologia, 12, 419-28 (with L. Weiskrantz).
  • 1975 The selective impairment of semantic memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 635-57.
  • 1978 Two categorical stages of object recognition. Perception, 7, 695-705 (with A. M. Taylor).
  • 1979 Semantic access dyslexia. Brain, 102, 43-63 (with T. Shallice).
  • 1980 Word form dyslexia. Brain, 103, 99-112 (with T. Shallice).
  • 1982 Amnesia: A disconnection syndrome. Neuropsycholugia, 20, 233-49 (with L. Weiskrantz).
  • 1983 Category access dysphasia. Brain, 106, 859-7 (with R. A. McCarthy).
  • 1984 Category specific semantic impairments. Brain, 107, 829-53 (with T. Shallice).
  • 1985 Agnosia: The impairment of object recognition. In J. A.M. Frederiks (ed.), Handbook ofClinical Neurology, vol. 1: Clinical Neuropsychology. Elsevier.
  • 1985 Visual deficits associated with occipital lobe lesions in man. In C. Chagas, R. Gattass and C. G. Gross (eds), Pattern Recognition Mechanisms. Springer-Verlag.
  • 1987 The dissociation of visuo-spatial neglect and neglect dyslexia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 50, 1110-16 (with A. De Lacy Costello).
  • 1988 Visual apperceptive agnosia: A clinico- anatomical study of three cases. Cortex, 24, 13-32 (with M. James).
  • 1990 Cognitive Neuropsychology. Academic Press (with R. A. McCarthy).
  • 1991 Failure of object recognition due to a breakdown of figure-ground discrimination in a patient with normal acuity. Neuropsychologia, 29, 969-80 (with L. D. Kartsounis).