Geoffrey Hall
Emeritus Professor

Profile

Biography

  • Cambridge University
    MA (1968)
  • Cambridge University
    PhD (1972)

After graduating in 1968 stayed at Cambridge to do research in the Psychological Laboratory on animal discrimination learning (PhD, 1971). Then held research posts at the University of Sussex and Dalhousie University in Canada before coming to York in 1975, just a few months before the Psychology Department admitted its first undergraduates. My time at York has been varied by occasional visiting appointments at other universities in Australia and Canada.

Research

Overview

Animal learning theory: formal models of associative learning; mechanisms of perceptual learning

Research group(s)

  • Behavioural Neuroscience

Publications

Full publications list

For a complete list of publications see Geoffrey Hall's home page.

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Animal Learning and Cognition
  • Psychopathology
  • Contemporary Learning Theory
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Contact details

Geoffrey Hall
Professor
Department of Psychology
Room PS/B203

Tel: 01904 323144

http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~gh1