The 39th Sir Frederick Bartlett Memorial Lecture given by Prof Tim Shallice at the January 2011 meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society, University College London, 6 January 2011.
A selection of previous Bartlett Lectures published in Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology are now available to download or read online here .
A selection of published articles by Prof Tim Shallice can be found here .
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