Indiana University Bloomington

Neuroscience
Neuroscience
Gabriel P. Frommer (emeritus)

Gabriel P. Frommer (emeritus)

B.A., Oberlin College, 1957
M.Sc., Brown University, 1959
Ph.D., Brown University, 1961
Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Health
Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University
Emeritus Professor, Indiana University

Email address: frommer(at)indiana.edu

Research Interests

Dr. Frommer is involved in research on hemispheric specialization, including studies that attempt to tease apart contributions of scanning and of differential hemispheric functioning. Current projects include studies of vernier discrimination and of short term memory for items presented tachistoscopically to the left and right visual fields.

Representative Publications

Frommer, G.P. and Campos-Domingo, M.P. (1985). Disruption of tactile discrimination in rats by bilateral stimulation of midbrain lemniscal pathways. Physiology and Behavior, 34: 205-211.

Frommer, G.P. (1985). Tactile discrimination following analgesia-producing brainstem stimulation in the rat. Physiological Psychology, 13: 63-69.

Frommer, G.P. and Smith, A. (1988). Kurt Goldstein and recovery of function. In S. Finger et al. (Eds.), Brain and Recovery: Theoretical and Controversial Issues. New York: Plenum Press.