Karl Spencer Lashley Award
Karl Spencer Lashley 1890—1958 A Biographical Memoir by Frank A. Beach
Karl Lashley is generally considered the “founder of neuropsychology”. He is known for his “law of mass action” and the principle of “equipotentiality”. Lashley studied under Watson at Johns Hopkins University where he earned his PhD. His career as a physiological psychologist took him to the universities of Minnesota and Chicago, to Harvard,
and finally to the Yerkes Laboratory on Primate Biology.
* 1923 "The behavioristic interpretation of consciousness." Psychological Bulletin
* 1929 "Brain mechanisms and intelligence."
* 1930 "Basic neural mechanisms in behavior." Psychological Review
* 1951 "The problem of serial order in behavior." Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior