James McConnell

  • Born: (Okmulgee, Oklahoma)
  • Died: (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

American biologist and animal psychologist. He is most known for his research on learning and memory transfer in planarians conducted in the 1950s and 1960s. McConnell also published several science fiction short stories in the mid-1950s.

McConnell was one of the targets of Theodore Kaczynski, the Unabomber. In November 1985, he suffered a hearing loss when a bomb, disguised as a manuscript, was opened at his house by his research assistant Nicklaus Suino.

Real name: James Vernon McConnell


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