Howard Shevrin is professor (emeritus-active) of psychology in the Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Michigan. He is director of the Program of Research on Unconscious Processes and chief of the Ormond and Hazel Hunt Psychophysiology Laboratory. He is also a faculty member of the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. His research has been devoted to the empirical investigation of unconscious processes in the course of which he discovered electrophysiological indicators of unconscious processes for which he received the Sigourney Prize. In addition to his clinical and research activities, he has published poetry and a novel in verse called The Dream Interpreters that seeks to portray psychoanalysis through portions of seven different psychoanalyses. Currently, he is investigating the electrophysiology of repressive inhibition.