Dr. Richard Tees is Professor Emeritus in Psychology at the University of British Columbia.
Research interests include developmental psychobiology; sensory and perceptual processes; early experience; recovery from brain damage; prenatal nutritional effects and spatial and perceptual learning in the rat; development of infant speech perception.
Tees, R.C. (Assoc. Ed.). (2001). Dictionary of biological psychology. London, UK: Routledge, Chapman & Hall.
Tees, R.C. (1999). The effects of posterior parietal and posterior temporal cortical lesions on multimodal spatial and nonspatial competencies in rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 106, 55-73.
Tees, R.C. (1999). The effect of sex, rearing environment, and neonatal choline dietary supplementation on spatial and nonspatial learning and memory. Developmental Psychobiology, 35, 328-342
Tees, R.C. (1999). The influences of rearing environment and neonatal choline dietary supplementation on spatial learning and memory in adult rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 105, 173-188.
Tees, R.C. & Mohammadi, E. (1999). The effects of neonatal dietary choline supplementation on adult spatial and configural learning and memory in rats. Developmental Psychobiology, 35, 226-240.
Werker, J.F., & Tees, R.C. (1999). Experiential influences on infant speech processing: Towards a new synthesis. Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 509-535.
Kolb, B., & Tees, R.C. (Eds.). (1990). The cerebral cortex of the rat. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
- Canadian Psychological Association Richard Tees Distinguished Leadership Award (2004)
- Association for Psychological Science Fellow (1993)
- American Psychological Association Society (1990)
- American Psychological Association Fellow (1989)
- Canadian Psychological Association Fellow (1983)