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Рис. B.l B. C. Рамачандран
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Рис. В. З Из: B rain, M ind, and B ehavior, S econd E dition, by F loyd B loom and
Arlyne L aserson
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Рис. 1.3 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 1.4 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 2.1 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 2.2 A l S eckel ( с разрешения)
Рис. 2.3 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 2.4 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 2.5 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 2.6 David V an E ssen ( с разрешения)
Рис. 2.7 Из: R ichard G regory, The I ntelligent E ye (1979), (фотограф: Ronald С.
James, с разрешения)
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Рис. 2.11 G lyn H umphreys ( с разрешения)
Рис. 3.8 Из: F rancis G alton, «V isualised N umerals», J ournal of the Antropological I nstitute, 10(1881) 85–102
Рис. 4.1 G iuseppe di P ellegrino ( с разрешения)
Рис. 7.1 Из: A nimal A rchitecture by K arl F risch and O tto von F risch, illustrations copyright © 1974 by T udor H olldober. В оспроизведено
Рис. 7.2 A rmita C hatterjee ( с разрешения)
Рис. 7.3 R eunion des M usees N ationaux/A rt R esource, NY
Рис. 7.7 R osemania for W ikicommons
Рис. 8.1 Из: N adia: A C se of E xtraordinary D rawing
A bility in an A utistic C hild (1978) by Lorna S elfe Рис. 8.2 B. C. Р амачандран
Рис. 8.5 © T he M etropolitan M useum of A rt/A rt R esourse, NY
Рис. 9.1 B. C. Рамачандран
Рис. 9.2 B. C. Рамачандран
Вилейанур С. Рамачандран является директором Центра исследования мозга и познавательных способностей, профессором психологического факультета и программы нейробиологии Калифорнийского университета, Сан – Диего, а также адъюнкт – профессором биологии в институте Солка.
Рамачандран получил медицинское образование и впоследствии степень доктора наук в
Тринити – колледже в Кембридже. Его ранняя работа была посвящена зрительному восприятию, однако он более известен своими экспериментами в области поведенческой неврологии, которые, несмотря на свою крайнюю простоту, весьма сильно повлияли на наши представления о мозге. Ричард Докинз назвал его «Марко Поло современности», а нобелевский лауреат Эрик Р. Кендел «современным Полем Брока».
В 2005 году Рамачандран был награждён медалью Генри Дейла и избран пожизненным
почётным членом Королевского института Великобритании. Другие его награды включают в себя членство в колледже Всех Святых, две почётные докторские степени, ежегодную премию Рамона- и – Кахаля Международной психоневрологической ассоциации и медаль
Аренса Капперса Нидерландской Королевской академии наук. В 2003 году он прочёл годичный цикл рейтовских лекций на Би – би – си, первый цикл которых был прочтён в 1949 году Бертраном Расселом. В 1995 году он прочёл цикл из 10 лекций, посвящённых работе мозга, на праздновании 25летней годовщины Общества нейробиологии. Совсем недавно президент Индии присудил ему третью высшую гражданскую награду страны Падма
Получившая широкое признание книга Рамачандрана Phantoms in the Brain послужила основой для двухсерийного фильма на канале PBS. Он появлялся в «Шоу Чарли Роуза», a
Newsweek включила его имя в «Клуб века» список из ста наиболее значимых людей прошедшего столетия, достойных внимания.
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