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Bruner, Jerome Seymour, (1 Oct. 1915–5 June 2016), University Professor, New York University, since 1998 (Research Professor of Psychology, 1987–98; Adjunct Professor of Law, 1991–98); Fellow, New York Institute for the Humanities  


Born New York, 1 Oct. 1915; s of Herman and Rose Bruner; m 1st, 1940, Katherine Frost (marr. diss. 1956); one s one d; 2nd, 1960, Blanche Marshall McLane (marr. diss. ...


Gell, Hon. Mrs Edith Mary, (1860–17 April 1944)  

Born 1860; d of 8th Viscount Midleton and Augusta, d of 1st Baron Cottesloe; m 1889, Philip Lyttelton Gell (d 1926); died 17 April 1944

Lady of the Manors of Hopton-Carsington and Middleton...


Gregory, Prof. Richard Langton, (24 July 1923–17 May 2010), Professor of Neuropsychology and Director of Brain and Perception Laboratory, University of Bristol, 1970–88, then Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Fellow  

CBE 1989; DSc; FRS 1992; FRSE 1969

Born 24 July 1923; s of C. C. L. Gregory, astronomer, and Patricia (née Gibson); m 1st, 1953, Margaret Hope Pattison Muir (marr. diss. ...


Harris, Phillip, (28 March 1922–22 Feb. 2013), former Consultant Neurosurgeon; formerly Deputy Director, Department of Surgical Neurology, Royal Infirmary and Western General Hospital, Edinburgh; Senior Lecturer, Edinburgh University, 1955–87; Member, MRC Brain Metabolism Unit, University of Edinburgh, 1952–80; Editor, Paraplegia, later Spinal Cord, 1980–97, then Emeritus Editor  


Born Edinburgh, 28 March 1922; s of late Simon Harris, Edinburgh; m 1949, Sheelagh Shèna (née Coutts); one s one d; died 22 Feb. 2013...


Tinker, Dr Jack, (20 Jan. 1936–14 April 2010), Emeritus Consultant, University College Hospitals, since 1996; Dean, Royal Society of Medicine, 1998–2002, then Emeritus  


Born 20 Jan. 1936; s of Lawrence and Jessie Tinker; m 1961, Maureen Ann Crawford; two s; died 14 April 2010

Emeritus Consultant, University College Hospitals, since 1996...


Trasler, Prof. Gordon Blair, (7 March 1929–26 March 2002), JP; PhD; FBPsS; first Professor of Psychology, University of Southampton, 1964–94, then Emeritus; Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow, since 1995  

Born 7 March 1929; s of Frank Ferrier Trasler and Marian (née Blair); m 1953, Kathleen Patricia Fegan; died 26 March 2002

JP; PhD; FBPsS; first Professor of Psychology, University of Southampton, ...