Sebastian Grossman, born in Coburg, Germany, in 1934. Ph.D. from Yale University, New Haven. Professor of Physiological Psychology at the University of Chicago.
Fellow (1 September 1982 – 31 August 1983)
I spent most of my time researching two areas extensively : (1) basic genetics and its specific applications to questions of interest to the psychologist (Behavioural Genetics) and; (2) recent advances in evolutionary theory and socio-biology. My second aim was to read and think about the interrelation between the social and biological sciences.