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Leslie G. Ungerleider is an experimental psychologist and neuroscientist, currently Chief of the Laboratory of Brain and Cognition at the National Institute of Mental Health. Ungerleider is known for introducing the concepts of the dorsal (where) and ventral (what) streams, two pathways of information processing in the brain that specialize in visuospatial processing and object recognition, respectively.
In 1975 she moved to the National Institute of Mental Health, where she has remained since, initially joining Mortimer Mishkin in the Laboratory of Neuropsychology and establishing her own laboratory in 1995.
In 2001, she was the recipient of the Women in Neuroscience Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2008 she became an NIH Distinguished Investigator. L. Ungerleider and M. Mishkin won the 2012 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology.
Ungerleider has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (2000), the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2000) the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences (2001), and the Society of Experimental Psychologists. In 2009 she received the William James Fellow Award by the Association for Psychological Science in recognition of how her research 'advanced our understanding of brain function and its relevance to public health' and also for her mentorship of young researchers as an outstanding lecturer.
- ↑ Mika Salpeter Lifetime Achievement Award. URL accessed on 8 December 2009.
- ↑ Leslie Ungerleider's Homepage. URL accessed on 26 December 2008.
- ↑ Scientists’ idea helps explain ‘what and where’ people see. The Grawemeyer Awards. University of Louisville. URL accessed on 5 November 2012.
- ↑ William James Fellow Award. URL accessed on 8 December 2009.
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