Helen Mahut papers
The collection includes autobiographical sketches and photocopies of photographs displaying life in Poland during the German occupation in WWII. The collection is unprocessed. Helen Mahut was a professor of psychology at Northeastern University for twenty-three years. Considered a pioneer in the field of behavioral and cognitive neurosciences, she engaged in research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before continuing her work at Northeastern University. Accessioned 2010 May 21. The collection consists of photocopies. It is unclear where the originals are located. 46/4
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- n.d., 2003
0.15 cubic feet (0.15 cubic feet in 1 half-manuscript box.)