Keith Oatley

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Keith Oatley FRSC, FBPsS (16 March 1939) is an Anglo-Canadian novelist, and professor emeritus of cognitive psychology at the University of Toronto.[1] His novel The Case of Emily V won the 1994 Commonwealth Prize for first novel.


Born in London, he was awarded a First in Psychology from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD in Psychology from University College London. He completed a post-doctoral year in Engineering in Medicine at Imperial College London. He moved to Canada in 1990.[2]




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