Oral history interview with Jerre M. Levy 1984

 

Name
Levy, Jerre, 1938- (Interviewee)
Kranz, Bella (Interviewer)
Title
Oral history interview with Jerre M. Levy 1984
Abstract
Childhood experiences and their effect on later professional decisions; undergraduate education; problems encountered at the University of Miami in obtaining a graduate assistant's position; move to California Institute of Technology and exposure to split-brain experiments; fascination with human split-brain experimentation; rotational studies of rats to dtermine sidedness; experiments determining regulation of sidedness; impact of Spencer funds; impressions of H. Thomas James; reasons for going to the University of Chicago and academic atmosphere there.
Collection Name
Spencer Foundation project
Subjects
Women psychologists; Psychologists; Education--Research; Split brain; Cerebral dominance; Psychobiology; Levy, Jerre, 1938-; Spencer Foundation; University of Chicago
Format
oral histories; sound recordings
Genre
Interviews
Date
1984
Note (Biographical)
Psychologist.
Note
Interviewed by Bella Kranz on November 28, 1984.
Digitzed from analog recordings: Original available in the Columbia Center for Oral History, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Libraries
Note (Provenance)
Jerre M. Levy, Gift 1985
Language
English
Library Location
Columbia Center for Oral History, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Catalog Record
13506813
Also In
Oral History Archives at Columbia
Time-Based Media
Time-Based Media
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-hpz6-7998
Related URLs
Available digital content for this interview.