Barrie J. Frost

Psychology

Visual neuroscientist who has pioneered research into how our brains see and hear, and how animals like monarch butterflies and seabirds navigate amazing distances.

Birthplace
New Zealand

Family Members

    Title
    Professor, Department of Psychology, Department of Biology, Department of Physiology

    Office
    Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

    Status
    Working

    Degrees
    • Teacher's Certificate, Christchurch Teachers' College, New Zealand, 1959
    • BA, U of Canterbury, New Zealand, 1961
    • MA (hons.), U of Canterbury, 1964
    • PhD, Dalhousie U, Halifax, 1967

    Awards
    • Alexander von Humboldt Forschungspreis, Von Humboldt Stiftung, Germany, 1996
    • Erskine Fellow, Psych Dept, U of Canterbury, NZ, 1996
    • Fellow, Can. Inst. for Advanced Research, 1995
    • Max Bell Fellow, 1995
    • Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
    • Fellow, Can. Psychological Assoc.
    • Fellow, Amer. Assoc. for the Advancement of Science
    • Queen's Alumni Prize for Excellence in Teaching, 1993
    • Queen's University Prize for Excellence in Research, 1993

    Last Updated
    December 3, 2011

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