Susan Barry Net Worth
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$80’000’000. *This information was provided by Marget Himawan, 50 years old. Job: (Aligner, Typewriter). From Lone Grove, Oklahoma
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1,64m.*This information was provided by Eddie, 27 years old. From Maybee, Michigan.
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Susan Barry information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1954
Profession: Make Up Department, Actress
Education:Princeton University, Wesleyan University
Susan R. Barry is a professor of neurobiology at Mount Holyoke College and the author of Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist', s Journey into Seeing in Three Dimensions. Barry was dubbed Stereo Sue by neurologist and author Oliver Sacks in a 2006 New Yorker article with that name. Barry', s book greatly expands on Sacks', article and discusses the experience of gaining stereovision through optometric vision therapy, after a lifetime of being stereoblind. It challenges the conventional wisdom that the brain is wired for perceptual skills during a critical period in early childhood and provides evidence instead for neuronal plasticity throughout life. Barry', s achievement of stereo vision, with the help of a developmental optometrist Dr. Theresa Ruggiero, was reported in BBC', s Imagine documentary broadcast on June 28, 2011