Talk:Donald Olding Hebb
This article has much valuable information, but it is written either as if it were cut/pasted from other writings or as if it was constructed linearly from memory. It is also written in a rather listless prose, with some repetition of words and phrases. I think it would still benefit from being enlarged, expanded and enlivened somewhat.
This is a nice overview of Hebb's life and work. It certainly could be expanded, but it doesn't need to be.