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Cecily amidst a recreation of Geoffrey Sonnabend’s office. An associate professor of neurophysiology at Northwestern University, at Evanston, Illinois, was 48 years old in 1936 when, after an exhaustive and largely inconclusive research project into the memory pathways of carp, he suffered a mental and physical collapse which among other conditions was manifest in a case of pleurisy, for which his physician prescribed a two-week stay in the university hospital as well as an extended period of convalescence.