Papers, ca. 1935-1968.


McCulloch, Warren Sturgis, 1898-1969. Papers, ca. 1935-1968.

Papers, ca. 1935-1968.

This collection is composed of correspondence and papers which center on McCulloch's study of the functional organization of the central nervous system and the related field of cybernetics. There is much on computers as well, including "biological computer" studies. Other topics include the brain and neural studies, biological psychiatry, chemical warfare, space biology, and U.S. Army studies. His participation in the American Society for Cybernetics is extensively documented. There are numerous papers and notes on conferences attended.

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