Associate Professor (Retired)
Department of Psychology
B.Sc., Ohio State University, 1960
M.A., University of Missouri, 1963
Ph.D., University of Missouri, 1966
Extensive training in neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, general physiological, histological, psychopharmacological, surgical, behaviour modification, and computer techniques. I was engaged in research on variables contributing to long-term smoking patterns and applications of autocorrelations to time-series analysis.
Other research interests included task-dependent properties of rewarding brain stimulation: pain, stress and endorphin release in the CNS; effects of toxic substances on brain and behaviour processes. I was also involved in a survey of harassment among male and female penitentiary staff.