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Hans Joachim Markowitsch

Hans Joachim Markowitsch, German neuropsychologist, researcher. Certified clinical neuropsychologist. First Lieutenant German Army, 1967-1970. Fellow American Psychological Association, American Psychology Society.

Background

  • Markowitsch, Hans Joachim was born on March 26, 1949 in Singen Htwl, Germany. Son of Erich G. and Lisbeth (Sawatzki) Markowitsch.

  • Education

    • Degree, University Konstanz, Germany, 1977. Doctor in Habilitation, University Konstanz, Germany, 1980.

    Career

    • Assistant professor University Konstanz, Germany, 1977-1980, associate professor Germany, 1980-1984. Scholar German Research Council, Bonn, Germany, 1985-1989. Associate professor University Bochum, Germany, 1989-1991.

      Professor University Bielefeld, Germany, since 1991. Visiting professor Rotman Research Institute, Toronto, 1993, University California, Davis, 1994.

    Major achievements

    • Certified clinical neuropsychologist.

    Works

    • Author: Information Processing by the Brain, 1988, Intellectual Functions of the Brain, 1992. Editor: Transient Global Amnesia, 1990. Editor Neurocase, 1999.

    Membership

    First Lieutenant German Army, 1967-1970. Fellow American Psychological Association, American Psychology Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Mountain climbing, bicycling, chess.

    Connections

    • father: Erich G. Markowitsch
    • mother: Lisbeth (Sawatzki) Markowitsch
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    Born March 26, 1949
    (age 68)
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    • 1977
      University Konstanz
    • 1980
      University Konstanz
    • 1977 - 1980
      Assistant, professor University Konstanz
      Germany
    • 1985 - 1989
      scholar, German Research Council
      Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
    • 1989 - 1991
      associate, professor University Bochum
      Germany
    • 1991
      professor, University Bielefeld
      Germany