Fergus I. Craik

Psychology

One of the world's foremost authorities in the areas of human memory and the effects of aging on learning, memory, and attention

Birthplace
Scotland

Family Members

    Title
    Professor Emeritus of Psychology; University Professor of Psychology

    Office
    University of Toronto

    Status
    Semi-retired

    Degrees
    • BSc, University of Edinburgh
    • PhD, University of Liverpool

    Awards
    • Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1977
    • Fellow, Canadian Psych. Assoc., 1978
    • Fellow, American Psych. Assoc., 1980
    • Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, 1982-83
    • Guggenheim Fellowship, 1982-83
    • Killam Research Fellowship, 1982-84
    • Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 1985
    • Ontario Psychological Foundation Certificate of Merit for Research in Aging, 1986
    • Distinguished Contribution Award (Canadian Psych. Assoc.) for Contribution to Psychology as a Science, 1987
    • Irv Acenberg Award, Rotman Institute, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, 1992
    • William James Fellow Award (APS), 1993
    • Glassman Chair in Neuropsychology, University of Toronto, 1996
    • Outstanding Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts and Science, 1996
    • Hebb Award (Canadian Soc. for Brain, Behavior, & Cognitive Science), 1998
    • Killam Prize Laureate, Natural Sciences, 2000

    Last Updated
    December 26, 2011

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