University of Melbourne
12 July 2007
I'm not sure when I last updated things but I should start with a very successful 80th birthday in January 2009 to which many of my old students, colleagues, friends, and comrades were able to come. Just before then I retired (finally and from Deakin University) to become a Professorial Fellow in Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne. I do a little teaching (The Unconscious Mind) and am busy on a book on Alfred Walter Campbell, the forgotten Australian neurologist who pioneered the cytoarchitectonic study of the human brain.
I'm still writing as you can see from this selection:
Macmillan, M. (2010). Au seuil de la psychanalyse. Les Grands Dossiers des Sciences Humaines, Décembre/Janvier-Février 2010-2011, No 21, pp. 16-19.
Macmillan, M. (2010). Anxiety and affect in psychoanalysis, Horyzonty Wychowania, [Horizons of Education], 17(9), 11-20 and 21-33. (In English and Polish respectively).
Macmillan, M. (2010). William Macewen [1846-1924]. Journal of Neurology, 257, 5, 858–859.
Macmillan, M. and Lena, M. L. (2010). Rehabilitating Phineas Gage. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 20 (5), 641-658.
Macmillan, M. (2009). Psychodynamic theories of the unconscious. In W. P. Banks (Ed.). Encylopaedia of Consciousness (Vol. 2, pp 231-244). Oxford: Elsevier.
Macmillan, M. (2009). Evolution and the neurosciences down-under. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 18, 150-196.
Macmillan, M. (2008). Phineas Gage: Unravelling the myth. The Psychologist, 21, 836-839.