Sir Frederic Bartlett Lectures

Sir Frederic Bartlett Lectures 1966 onwards:

Things, words and the brain
Professor R C Oldfield, University of Oxford
University of Cambridge, July 1966

The control of movement patterns in animals
Professor R A Hinde, University of Cambridge
University College London, January 1969

Remembering revisited
Professor O L Zangwill, University of Cambridge
Downing Street, Cambridge, July 1971

Memory scanning: new findings and current controversies
Dr Saul Sternberg, Bell Telephone Laboratories, USA
University College London, January 1973

How people understand and recall stories
Professor G H Bower, Stanford University, USA
University of Durham, April 1976

Levels, hierarchies, and the locus of control
Dr D E Broadbent, FRS, University of Oxford
Brunswick Square, London, January 1977

Orienting of attention
Professor M I Posner, University of Oregon, USA
University of Oxford, July 1979

Varieties of residual experience
Professor L Weiskrantz, University of Oxford
University College London, January 1980

Thinking as a skill
Professor P N Johnson‑Laird, University of Sussex
University of Oxford, July 1981

Simulators and realism
Group Captain T C D Whiteside, Anthromec Consultancy
University of Cambridge, March 1982

Thoughts on the cerebral organization of memory
Professor B Milner, FRS, University of Montreal, Canada
University of Oxford, July 1983

The role of single neural units in the psychology of perception
Professor H B Barlow, FRS, University of Cambridge
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 1984

A neural hierarchy of memory: recognition, recency and recall
Professor M Mishkin, National Institute of Mental Health, USA
University College London, January 1985

Features and objects
Professor Anne Treisman, University of California, USA
University College London, January 1987

Working memory: a pragmatic approach to theory
Dr Alan Baddeley, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge
University of Oxford, July 1987

Theoretical and experimental approaches to motor control

Professor Emilio Bizzi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
University of Edinburgh, July 1988.

New models of the mind
Professor H Christopher Longuet‑Higgins, FRS, University of Sussex
University of Cambridge, July 1989

Associative structures in instrumental learning
Professor R Rescorla, University of Pennsylvania, USA
University of Oxford, July 1990

Does it all go together when it goes?
Professor P M A Rabbitt, University of Manchester
University College London, January 1991

Mental representation in unilateral neglect and related disorders
Professor E Bisiach, University of Padua, Italy
University of Oxford, April 1992

Memory Processes and memory systems
Professor E Tulving, University of Toronto, Canada
University of Toronto, Canada, July 1993

Categorisation by people and by pigeons
Professor N J Mackintosh, University of Cambridge
University of Oxford, March 1994

When parts are larger than wholes: Violation of monotonicity in judgements and decisions
Professor D Kahneman, Princeton University, USA
University of Birmingham, July 1995

Perception and memory: The inferotemporal cortex revisited
Professor S E Iversen, University of Oxford
University of Cambridge, July 1996

Representations for action: Neural coding and cognitive structure
Professor M Jeannerod, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Bron, France
University of Oxford, March 1997

Truths from illusions
Professor Richard Gregory, University of Bristol.
University of Cambridge, April 1998

When recollection fails: Memory dissociations
Professor L L Jacoby, McMaster University
Durham University, July 1999

Professor Anthony Dickinson, University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge, July 2000

Semantic memory: A parallel distributed processing approach
Professor James L McClelland, Carnegie Mellon University and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, USA
University of Manchester Medical School, July 2001

Professor Alan Cowey, University of Oxford
Cambridge University, July 2002

The hippocampal complex as a memory module: Implications for research and theory on recent and remote memory
Professor Morris Moscovitch, University of Toronto
University of Reading, July 2003

Awesome allies in the study of language and its disorders
Dr Karalyn Patterson, MRC-CBU, Cambridge
University of Oxford, March 2004

Professor M Coltheart, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
University of Essex, April 2005

Levels of processing speech
Professor A Cutler, Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands
University of Birmingham, April 2006

Attention and eye movements in reading, scene perception, and visual search
Professor K Rayner, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
University of Edinburgh, July 2007

An associative analysis of spatial learning
Professor John Pearce, Cardiff University
University of Liverpool, July 2008

Collaboration and communication in children and chimpanzees
Professor Michael Tomasello, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
University College London, January 2009

Why we need cognitive explanations of autism
Professor Uta Frith, University College London
University College London, January 2010

The specificity of processing in prefrontal cortex: From reaction times to problem-solving
Professor Tim Shallice, International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA)
University College London, January 2011

Challenging the use of adult neuropsychological models for explaining neurodevelopmental disorders: Developed versus developing brains
Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Birkbeck University of London
University of Bristol, July 2012

The different worlds in which we live
Professor John Mollon, University of Cambridge
University College London, January 2013

The point of no return
Professor Gordon D Logan, Vanderbilt University
University College London, January 2014

From perception to conception: How the brain processes meaningful concepts
Professor Lorraine Tyler, University of Cambridge
University College London, January 2015

Orthographic processing and reading
Professor Jonathan Grainger, CNRS & Aix-Marseille University
University of Oxford, July 2016

Faces, people and the brain
Professor Andy Young, University of York
University College London, January 2017