Harry A. Whitaker

Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, United States 
Neurolinguistics, Neuropsychology, History of Neuroscience
"Harry Whitaker"

Professor of Psychology, Northern Michigan University
PHD, UCLA, 1969

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John D. French grad student 1967-1969 Northern Michigan University
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Horace Winchell Magoun grad student 1967-1969 Northern Michigan University
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Kasselimis D, Potagas C, Simos P, et al. (2018) Mixed language dominance: insights from a case of unexpected fluent aphasia with semantic jargon resulting from massive left perisylvian lesion. Neurocase. 24: 10-15
Eling P, Finger S, Whitaker H. (2016) On the origins of organology: Franz Joseph Gall and a girl named Bianchi. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 86: 123-131
Snyder PJ, Whitaker HA. (2013) Neurologic heuristics and artistic whimsy: the cerebral cartography of Wilder Penfield. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences. 22: 277-91
Whitaker H, Turgeon Y. (2011) DKJStartOn the Language of Hallucinations: Visions (1759) by Charles Bonnet Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 23: 235
Whitaker H. (2010) The Phrenological Construct of Language Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 6: 12
Eling P, Whitaker H. (2009) Chapter 36 History of aphasia. From brain to language Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 95: 571-582
Joanette Y, Caplan D, Nespoulous J, et al. (2005) Brain and language as a passion André Roch Lecours (1936–2005) Brain and Language. 95: 361-364
Luzzatti C, Whitaker H. (2001) Jean-Baptiste Bouillaud, Claude-François Lallemand, and the role of the frontal lobe: location and mislocation of language in the early 19th century. Archives of Neurology. 58: 1157-62
Whitaker HA. (1996) Clinical and experimental research. Future directions in neurolinguistics in general and brain and language in particular. Brain and Language. 52: 1-2
Whitaker HA. (1996) Reader in the History of Aphasia: From Franz Gall to Norman Geschwind. Edited by Paul Eling Historiographia Linguistica. 23: 182-187
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