1st Edition

Autobiographies in Experimental Psychology
Frank A. Beach, Fred S. Keller, Howard H. Kendler, Karl H. Pribram, Curt P. Richter

Edited By

Ronald Gandelman



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ISBN 9780367752385
June 30, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
130 Pages

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Originally published in 1985, the proceedings in this volume followed a different format from the usual symposium. Participants were asked to share their lives and thoughts about the future of the discipline; to share insights which come only from looking upon long, productive, and innovative careers. The initial symposium focused upon animal and human research in the area of physiological-experimental psychology. The participants were asked to address two general issues. One autobiographical in nature, concerned the factors which led to their interest in the study of behaviour, and in particular to the research directions they followed. The second issue concerned the future of psychology, that is, their thoughts concerning fruitful avenues of present and future research; in other words, what they thought research psychologists would be doing – or ought to be doing – in a decade’s time.

Table of Contents

Preface.  Introduction to Frank A. Beach Ronald Gandelman  1. Conceptual Issues in Behavioral Endocrinology Frank A. Beach.  Introduction to Fred S. Keller John L. Falk  2. Experiments I Have Known John L. Falk.  Introduction to Howard H. Kendler M. R. D’Amato  3. Retrospections, Contemplations, and Anticipations Howard H. Kendler.  Introduction to Karl H. Pribram Charles Flaherty  4. Brain, Behavioral Operants, Cognitive Operations, and Holonomic Transformations Karl H. Pribram.  Introduction to Curt P. Richter George H. Collier  5. A Hidden Mysterious Permanent Release of Behavior Curt P. Richter.

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Frank A. Beach, Fred S. Keller, Howard H. Kendler, Karl H. Pribram, Curt P. Richter

Edited by Ronald Gandelman