Record

Authorised form of nameBartlett; Sir; Frederic Charles (1886 - 1969)
Dates1886 - 1969
Date of birth20 October 1886
Date of death30/09/1969
ActivityCareer:
Professor of Experimental Psychology, Cambridge
Honours:
CBE 1941; Kt 1948
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election05/05/1932
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Royal Medal 1952
Lectures:
Ferrier 1941; Croonian 1956
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
AssocMaterial:
CSAC 36/13/75. Papers deposited in Cambridge University Library
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1970 vol 16 pp 1-13, plate, by D E Broadbent
Notes:
BM gives date of birth as 22 Oct
Royal Society codeNA6388
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/44/3Brown to Frederick Bartlett, Psychological Laboratory, Cambridge27 October 1950
EC/1932/01Bartlett, Sir Frederic Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
GLB/44/7Frederick Bartlett, Psychological Laboratory, Cambridge to Brown7 November 1950
IM/GA/WS/1301Bartlett, Sir Frederic Charles1946
MDA/A/22/47Copy letter from Albert C Seward to Professor [Frederic Charles] Bartlett3 April 1939
RR/50/33Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'On the seat of permanence of visual impressions' by Frederick William LanchesterMay 1933
RR/50/31Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'Investigations concerning the blind spot of the retina' by Frederick William LanchesterMay 1933
RR/50/34Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'A blind or insensitive hiatus is next in the field of vision. With appendix' by Frederick William LanchesterMay 1933
RR/67/79Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'Ocular interaction in its relation to measurements of brightness threshold' by B H CrawfordMarch 1940
RR/51/2Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'On directional fixity and the transitory visual image' by Frederick William Lanchester19 February 1934
RR/53/86Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the measurability of visual sensation' by F H Gagend [June 1934]
RR/53/88Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'An experimental investigation of the measurability of auditory sensation' by F H Gage[June 1934]
RR/62/104Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The foveal light adaptation process' by W D Wright[November 1936]
RR/63/36Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The nature of fatigue in the auditory system' by R C ParkerMarch 1937
RR/67/340Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'Some factors producing individual differences in dark adaptation' by L R PhillipsFebruary 1939
RR/67/80Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The change of visual sensitivity with time. II. The effect of field size and pattern' by B H CrawfordApril 1940
RR/67/243Referee's report and letter by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The upper frequency limit for the binaural localization of a pure tone by phase difference' by J W Hughes8 August 1939
RR/67/244Second referee's report and letter by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The upper frequency limit for the binaural localization of a pure tone by phase difference' by J W HughesNovember 1939
GLB/44/4Frederick Bartlett, Psychological Laboratory, Cambridge to Brown30 October 1950
RR/58/90Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'Physical and emotional periodicity in women' by R A McCance, M C Luff and E E WiddowsonOctober 1936
RR/64/60Referee's report by Frederic Charles Bartlett, on a paper 'The monaural threshold: effect of a subliminal contralateral stimulus' by J W Hughes[June 1937]
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