Roger W. Sperry (1913–1994)

  title={Roger W. Sperry (1913–1994)},
  author={David H. Hubel},
  • D. Hubel
  • Published 19 May 1994
  • Art, Medicine
  • Nature

Roger W. Sperry (1913–1994)

Roger Wolcott Sperry made titanic contributions to neurobiology [1]. He did so by challenging some of the existing scientific dogmas and making discoveries that revolutionised the fields of neural

Age differences of event-related potentials in the perception of successive and spatial components of auditory information

The hypothesis that the perception of a successive auditory structure is less automatic in children compared to adults is supported as well as the observed differences in the auditory ERPs of children and adults.

Revisiting the 1981 Nobel Prize to Roger Sperry, David Hubel, and Torsten Wiesel on the Occasion of the Centennial of the Prize to Golgi and Cajal

  • G. Berlucchi
  • Art
    Journal of the history of the neurosciences
  • 2006
Some important links between the work of Sperry and that of Hubel and Wiesel are points to and to their influences on neuroscience in the best tradition going back to Cajal are pointed to.