In Memoriam


Thirty years after the founding of the Society it cannot be a surprise that a number of long-time members are now deceased. For many of us there are still strong memories of those former colleagues with whom we discussed psychophysical issues, and whose friendship we enjoyed. It seemed to me a good idea to have some written account of their work on the Society website, where new members can learn about those who came before them, and old members can be reminded of what their former colleagues have done. What follows are the names of those members and brief accounts of their careers. If you would like to add comments about those accounts or your own recollections, please send your text to me for editing.

Robert Teghtsoonian (


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