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The Papers of Robert Ader, Ph.D.

Introduction

 

Robert Ader, Ph.D. (1932-2011) was a member of the faculty of the Dept. of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester School of Medicine for fifty-five years. A pioneer in the field of psychoneuroimmunology, Ader was internationally recognized for work establishing the influence of the brain on the immune system. The Ader papers were transferred to the Rare Books & Manuscripts Section of the Edward G. Miner Library in January 2012. Processing the collection was completed in July 2012. The Papers of Robert Ader, Ph.D. are contained in forty-nine boxes occupying twenty-six linear feet.

Biography

 

Robert Ader was born in the Bronx on 20 February 1932, the elder of Nathan and Mae Ader’s two sons. He attended the Horace Mann School in the Bronx, and in 1949 entered Tulane University, from which he graduated in 1953 with a B.S. in psychology. Immediately entering the graduate program at Cornell University, Ader earned a Ph.D. in psychology in 1957. That same year he was hired as a part-time instructor in the Dept. of Psychology at the University of Rochester, and part-time instructor in the Dept. of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry. Both John Romano, M.D., the chairman of Psychiatry, and George L. Engel, M.D., an internist focused on psychosomatic medicine, were interested in adding to the faculty an experimental psychologist who could conduct psychobiological research with animals. In an autobiographical essay published in 1998, Ader wrote that he “remained in Rochester because George Engel and John Romano provided the encouragement and the means that enabled me to develop my own program of research in psychosomatic medicine.” Ader was appointed Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology in 1968, and George L. Engel Professor of Psychosocial Medicine in 1983. Within the Dept. of Psychiatry, he was director of the Division of Behavioral Medicine (1982), and director of the Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (1993).

Robert Ader’s name will always be associated with psychoneuroimmunology, a term he coined in his 1980 presidential address to the American Psychosomatic Society, and which was used a year later as the title for a collection of essays signalling the emergence of the new field. As early as the 1950s, Ader’s research had touched on the relation of emotion to susceptibility to disease – particularly to gastric lesions in rats. Ader’s entry into what would later be termed psychoneuroimmunology, neuroimmunomodulation, psychoimmunology, etc. – was serendiptious. In the 1998 essay quoted earlier he wrote:

“The study of interactions among behavioral, neural and endocrine, and immunological processes of adaptation, became a ‘second’ research career in the 1970s – and came about by accident. Some animals died during a study of taste aversion learning in which rats were reexposed to a flavored drinking solution previously paired with the immunosuppressive drug, cyclophosphamide. And, like the magnitude of the conditioned avoidance response, mortality varied directly with the volume of flavored solution consumed on the single drug trial. As a psychologist, I was unaware that there were no known connections between the brain and the immune system. Therefore, free to make up any story I wanted, I hypothesized that, in the course of conditioning the behavioral response, we were also conditioning the immunosuppresive effects of cyclophosphamide. Thus, it was the serendipitous observaton of mortality – and the need to explain an orderly relationship between mortality and a conditioned aversive response – that gave rise to the hypothesis that immune responses could be modified by classical conditioning.”

Ader’s collaboration with Nicholas Cohen, an immunologist in the Dept. of Microbiology, was central to experimentally establishing this connection. Their first major statement on the subject appeared in an article published in Psychosomatic medicine in 1975 entitled “Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression.” The authors posited that “the immune system, like other physiological processes, was subject to classical (Pavlovian) conditioning” and provided “dramatic evidence of an inextricable relationship between the brain and the immune system.” The reception of this theory was greeted with scepticism in some quarters, with guarded interest in others, and great enthusiasm in others still. Apart from studies on the classical conditioning of immune responses published in Russia during the 1920s – work unknown outside Russia – no previous discussion of a connection between the brain and the immune system had been undertaken.

From the mid-1970s, psychoneuroimmunology remained the principal focus of Ader’s research and publishing activity. A pioneer in a field of study that was initially greeted with scepticism, Ader’s collaboration with such figures as Nicholas Cohen and Jan Moynihan, their meticulous research, and cogent arguments were central to establishing the nervous system's influence on the immune system. Ader authored or co-authored more than two hundred journal articles and book chapters, founded and edited for many years the periodical Brain, behavior and immunity, and served on the editorial boards of half a dozen other psychobiology and behavioral journals. He was elected president of the American Psychosomatic Society (1979-80), president of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (1981-82), president of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1984-85), and president of the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society (1993), of which he was also a founder. Robert Ader retired in July 2011 and died in Pittsford, N.Y., a suburb of Rochester, on 20 December 2011. He was married to Gayle Simon, of Rochester, N.Y., on 2 June 1957. They raised four daughters.

 

Organization of the Papers

 

The Papers of Robert Ader, Ph.D. are organized in five series:

Correspondence (Boxes 1-9)

This series contains Ader’s correspondence with individual persons. Correspondence regarding conferences, grant applications or publications are filed in those series. The Ader correspondence includes carbon or photocopies of Ader’s letters, printouts of e-mails, and the originals of correspondence received. The series is arranged alphabetically by correspondents’ surnames. Individuals with whom Ader conducted more extensive correspondence are accorded individual folders.

Organizations (Boxes 10-28)

This series contains materials that reflect Ader’s involvement in professional societies (including conferences); correspondence with publishers and other corporations; contact with foundations (apart from the material in the grant application series); invitations to be a guest lecturer or visiting professor; and all the material retained in his files that pertain to the University of Rochester, the Medical Center, and the Dept. of Psychiatry (Boxes 25-28). Of particular interest among Ader’s Rochester files are those pertaining to the Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (Box 26).

Ader’s influence nationally and internationally is amply evidenced in this series, which includes extensive files for such entities as the American Psychosomatic Society (Boxes 12-13), the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (Box 17), the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Boxes 20-24), the conferences in Pittsburgh, Rochester, N.Y., and Columbus, O. that led to the formation of PNIRS (Boxes 19 & 24), etc., etc.

The files in this series are arranged alphabetically by each organization’s name, and chronologically within each organization.

Grant Applications (Boxes 29-36)

Ader was known for the meticulousness of his research, which lent such authority to the controversial ideas he proposed. The series contains what is probably a complete set of Ader’s grant applications from 1972 to 2006, and is essential to understanding the direction of Ader’s work for more than thirty years. The files include the applications, correspondence regarding the application, renewals, and related documents. This series is arranged chronologically by date of the intitial application.

Publications (Boxes 37-46)

This series represents what is probably the complete history of Ader’s publishing record. Boxes 37-42 contain files for each journal article, book review or letter to the editor Ader published in the periodical literature. Boxes 43-46 contain files for each book chapter or introduction to a book authored by Ader. The publication series is arranged chronologically by date of publication. Many files contain simply a reprint. Others may include a reprint, the original typescript, page proofs, orcorrespondence with publishers or colleagues.   

Miscellaneous (Boxes 47-49)

The three boxes in this final series contain material not easily categorized elsewhere. Ader’s ideas regarding the influence of the brain on the immune system received extensive publicity outside academe. Box 47 contains correspondence (largely with non-academics) regarding his ideas and their implications, as well as articles on psychoneuroimmunology that appeared in the popular press, on television and on radio. Box 48 contains talks delivered by Ader from the early 1970s to the end of the century. Box 49 contains letters of recommendation and external grant reviews, and has been closed to public review until the year 2030.

Inventory of the Ader Papers

 

Box One - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Abel to Avis
  • Folder 2: Ahlquist, Johan
  • Folder 3: Archer, John
  • Folder 4: Badia to Baxter
  • Folder 5: Beatty to Besedovsky
  • Folder 6: Bibrowski to Botwinick
  • Folder 7: Bradley to Bronfenbrenner
  • Folder 8: Bronstein to Butler
  • Folder 9: Ballieux, Rudy E.
  • Folder 10: Baltrusch, Hans
  • Folder 11: Barnett, S. A.
  • Folder 12: Berkow, Robert
  • Folder 13: Bohus, Bela (1971-1974)
  • Folder 14: Bohus, Bela (1975-1999)
  • Folder 15: Bonfils, Serge
  • Folder 16: Braveman, Norman S.
  • Folder 17: Brodie, David A.

Box Two - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Cairns to Carlini
  • Folder 2: Carlo to Cobb
  • Folder 3: Coffey to Cunningham
  • Folder 4: Candland, Douglas K.
  • Folder 5: Christian, John J.
  • Folder 6: Cohen, Nicholas
  • Folder 7: Corson, Samuel A.
  • Folder 8: Cousins, Norman
  • Folder 9: Crisp, A. H.
  • Folder 10: Cunningham, Alastair
  • Folder 11: Dalchau to Dwyer
  • Folder 12: De Bardeleben, Arthur
  • Folder 13: Denenberg, Victor H.
  • Folder 14: Desiderato, Otello
  • Folder 15: DeWied, David (1969-1970)
  • Folder 16: DeWied, David (1971-1972)
  • Folder 17: DeWied, David (1973-1974)

Box Three - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: DeWied David (1975-1976)
  • Folder 2: DeWied, David (1977-1979)
  • Folder 3: DeWied, David (1980-1984)
  • Folder 4: DeWied, David (1985-1986)
  • Folder 5: DeWied, David (1987-2006)
  • Folder 6: Dow, Debra A.
  • Folder 7: Eberlee to Eyferth
  • Folder 8: Eisenberg, David
  • Folder 9: Elkes, Joel
  • Folder 10: Engel, George Libman
  • Folder 11: Exner, John
  • Folder 12: Eysenck, Hans
  • Folder 13: Fabris to Fulton
  • Folder 14: Faulkner, Hugh C.
  • Folder 15: Freyberger, Helmuth
  • Folder 16: Friedman, Herman
  • Folder 17: Friedman, Stanford B. (1974-1983)

Box Four - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Friedman, Stanford B. (1984)
  • Folder 2: Friedman, Stanford B. (1985-1992)
  • Folder 3: Fuchs, Ingbert
  • Folder 4: Gale to Gutstein
  • Folder 5: Gispen, Willem H.
  • Folder 6: Glaser, Ronald
  • Folder 7: Gottlieb, Gilbert
  • Folder 8: Gregory, Ian
  • Folder 9: Grossman, Morton J.
  • Folder 10: Hackbert to Hansen
  • Folder 11: Hare to Hine
  • Folder 12: Hnilicka to Hwang
  • Folder 13: Halberg, Franz
  • Folder 14: Henry, James P.
  • Folder 15: Hofer, Myron A.
  • Folder 16: Insell to Ison
  • Folder 17: Irwin, Michael
  • Folder 18: Jackson to Johnson
  • Folder 19: Jankovics, Branislav D.

Box Five - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Jenner, Alec
  • Folder 2: Jobe, Phillip C.
  • Folder 3: Kabat to Kess
  • Folder 4: Kiecolt to Koch
  • Folder 5: Kohn to Kudell
  • Folder 6: Karas, George C.
  • Folder 7: Keller, Charles R.
  • Folder 8: King, Maurice G.
  • Folder 9: Klosterhalfen, Sibylle & Wolfgang
  • Folder 10: Kop, Willem
  • Folder 11: Korneva, Elena
  • Folder 12: Lagerenberg to Lester
  • Folder 13: Letven to Liskey
  • Folder 14: Lissauer to Lysle
  • Folder 15: Landy, Maurice
  • Folder 16: Lat, Joseph
  • Folder 17: Levine, Seymour
  • Folder 18: Locke, Steven E.
  • Folder 19: Lowenthal, Arthur M.
  • Folder 20: McCarthy to Mai
  • Folder 21: Malmud to Milford
  • Box Six - Correspondence
  • Folder 1: Miller to Musaph
  • Folder 2: McDonald, Roger K.
  • Folder 3: Martin, Paul
  • Folder 4: Mason, John W.
  • Folder 5: Masserman, Jules H.
  • Folder 6: Meier, Gilbert W.
  • Folder 7: Melnechuk, Theodore
  • Folder 8: Mirsky, I. Arthur
  • Folder 9: Monjan, Andrew
  • Folder 10: Nabel to Noronha
  • Folder 11: Oates to Ozawa
  • Folder 12: Olness, Karen
  • Folder 13: Palmer to Pert
  • Folder 14: Pfefferbaum to Pitzer
  • Folder 15: Playfair to Quill
  • Folder 16: Palmblad, Jan
  • Folder 17: Pierpaoli, Walter
  • Folder 18: Plaut, S. Michael (1968)
  • Folder 19: Plaut, S. Michael (1969)
  • Folder 20: Plaut, S. Michael (1970-1971)

Box Seven - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Plaut, S. Michael (1972-1974)
  • Folder 2: Plaut, S. Michael (1975-1984)
  • Folder 3: Plotnikoff, Nicholas P.
  • Folder 4: Rabin to Rimon
  • Folder 5: Robinson to Russell
  • Folder 6: Ramalho-Pinto, Francisco J.
  • Folder 7: Rodin, Judith
  • Folder 8: Roszman, Thomas L.
  • Folder 9: Sachs to Sawrey
  • Folder 10: Schapiro to Schwartz
  • Folder 11: Segal to Smith
  • Folder 12: Snyder to Szanto
  • Folder 13: Sander, Louis W.
  • Folder 14: Seitz, Philip F. D.
  • Folder 15: Sidman, Murray
  • Folder 16: Silvers, Evelyn P.

Box Eight - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Sines, Jacob O.
  • Folder 2: Smith, Durwood J.
  • Folder 3: Solomon, George F. (1975-1986)
  • Folder 4: Solomon, George F. (1990-1999)
  • Folder 5: Sorensen, Anja & Arne
  • Folder 6: Spector, N. Herbert
  • Folder 7: Stein, Marvin
  • Folder 8: Talal to Turner
  • Folder 9: Thompson, Howard E., Jr.
  • Folder 10: Tighe, Thomas
  • Folder 11: Torem, Moshe
  • Folder 12: Udelman to Uttaro
  • Folder 13: Vagnucci to Vogelsang
  • Folder 14: Vedhara, Kav (1993-1994)
  • Folder 15: Vedhara, Kav (Jan-May 1995)
  • Folder 16: Vedhara, Kav (Jun-Dec 1995)
  • Folder 17: Vedhara, Kav (1996-1997)

Box Nine - Correspondence

  • Folder 1: Vries, Marlo J. de
  • Folder 2: Walford to Weintraub
  • Folder 3: Weissman to Wickram
  • Folder 4: Wienckowski to Wybran
  • Folder 5: Wayner, Elizabeth
  • Folder 6: Weijnen, Jan A. W. M.
  • Folder 7: Weiner, Herbert
  • Folder 8: Weiner, Irving B.
  • Folder 9: Werboff, Jack
  • Folder 10: Wolman, Benjamin B.
  • Folder 11: Wimersma Greidanus, Tjeerd
  • Folder 12: Yager to Yudofsky
  • Folder 13: Zachariae to Zygmunt

Box Ten - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1978-1980)
  • Folder 2: Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1981-1983)
  • Folder 3: Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1984)
  • Folder 4: Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (1985-1990, 1994-1998)
  • Folder 5: Academic Press (1978-1980)
  • Folder 6: Academic Press (1981-1984)
  • Folder 7: Academic Press (1985-1986)
  • Folder 8: Academic Press (1987-1988)
  • Folder 9: Academic Press (1989-1992)
  • Folder 10: Academic Press (1993-1995)
  • Folder 11: Academic Press (1997)

Box Eleven - Organizations

Folder 1: Academic Press (1998-1999)

Folder 2: Academic Press (2000-2003)

Folder 3: American Association for the Advancement of Science. Symposium on Aging from Birth to Death (Washington, D.C. : Jan 1982)

Folder 4: American Association of Laboratory Animal Science. Annual meeting (Minneapolis : Nov 1996)

Folder 5: American Cancer Research Fund (1985-1986)

Folder 6: American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine. Annual meeting (Minneapolis : July 1969)

Folder 7: American College of Rheumatology. West Coast Program (San Francisco : Feb 1990)

Folder 8: American College of Rheumatology. 56th annual meeting (Atlanta : Oct 1992)

Folder 9: American Gastroenterological Association. Digestive Disease Week (Orlando, Fl. : May 2003)

Folder 10: American Institute of Stress (1979-1980)

Folder 11: American Institute of Stress (1981)

Folder 12: American Institute of Stress (1982)

Folder 13: American Institute of Stress (1983)

Folder 14: American Institute of Stress (1984-1986)

Folder 15: American Pain Society. 16th annual meeting (New Orleans : Oct 1997)

Folder 16: American Psychiatric Association (1981-1982)

Box Twelve - Organizations

  • Folder 1: American Psychological Association. Neal Miller Distinguished Lecturer (Boston : Aug 1999)
  • Folder 2: American Psychological Association (2002)
  • Folder 3: American Psychosomatic Society (1967-1974)
  • Folder 4: American Psychosomatic Society (1975)
  • Folder 5: American Psychosomatic Society (1976-1978)
  • Folder 6: American Psychosomatic Society (1979)
  • Folder 7: American Psychosomatic Society (1980)
  • Folder 8: American Psychosomatic Society (1981-1987)
  • Folder 9: American Psychosomatic Society (Jan 1988-Jun 1989)
  • Folder 10: American Psychosomatic Society (Jul-Dec 1989)
  • Folder 11: American Psychosomatic Society (Jan-Apr 1990)
  • Folder 12: American Psychosomatic Society (May-Oct 1990)

Box Thirteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: American Psychosomatic Society (Nov-Dec 1990)
  • Folder 2: American Psychosomatic Society (Jan-Mar 1991)
  • Folder 3: American Psychosomatic Society (Apr-Nov 1991)
  • Folder 4: American Psychosomatic Society (1992)
  • Folder 5: American Psychosomatic Society (1993-2001)
  • Folder 6: American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. 38th annual meeting (Orlando : Mar 1996)
  • Folder 7: Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower. Psychoneuroimmunology conference (Apr 1990)
  • Folder 8: Archaeus Congress (2nd : Moloka’i, Hawaii : Jan 1989)
  • Folder 9: Asociacion Psiquiatrica Mexicana. 16th annual meeting (Huatulco, Oaxaca : Oct 1999)
  • Folder 10: Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback. 30th annual meeting (Vancouver : Apr 1999)
  • Folder 11: Baptist Medical Center, Jacksonville, Fl. Internal medicine lecture series (Dec 1990)
  • Folder 12: Behavioral Immunology Study Group (1982-1985)
  • Folder 13: Behavioral Immunology Study Group (1986-1988)
  • Folder 14: Beth Israel Hospital, Boston. Lecture (Jan 1993)

Box Fourteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Boston University Medical Center. Behavioral Medicine Research Colloquium (1982-1983)
  • Folder 2: Brigham Young University. 13th annual conference on health & well-being (Sep 1995)
  • Folder 3: CRC Press
  • Folder 4: California School of Professional Psychology. Conference on healing & the mind (Berkeley : Jul 1993)
  • Folder 5: California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery. 5th mid-summer seminar (Monterey : Jul 1990)
  • Folder 6: California Wellness Foundation
  • Folder 7: Carle Foundation. Carle Foundation Day (Nov 1990)
  • Folder 8: Carnegie Foundation
  • Folder 9: Carrier Foundation. Grand rounds (Mar 1990)
  • Folder 10: Center for the Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences (1990-2001)
  • Folder 11: Century Club of Rochester
  • Folder 12: Collegium Internationale Activitatis Nervosae Superioris [CIANS] (1985-1990)
  • Folder 13: Collegium Internationale Activitatis Nervosae Superioris [CIANS]. International CIANS/ISBM conference on regulatory & integrative functions in psychosomatic & preventive medicine (Prague : Jun 1990)
  • Folder 14: Commission of the European Communities (1982)
  • Folder 15: Cornell University. Centennial of psychology at Cornell (Jul 1991)
  • Folder 16: Cummings Foundation
  • Folder 17: Dowling Institute for Biopsychosocial Medicine
  • Folder 18: Eastern Virginia Medical School. American Psychosomatic Society visiting scholar (Jul 1992)
  • Folder 19: Elsevir North-Holland (1978-1979)

Box Fifteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Elsevir (2004)
  • Folder 2: Lorand Eotvos University, Budapest. Lecture (Oct 1995)
  • Folder 3: European Association for Behaviour Therapy. 21st annual conference (Oslo : Sep 1991)
  • Folder 4: European Brain Immune Network (1997-2000)
  • Folder 5: European Conference on Psychosomatic Research (18th : Helsinki : Aug 1990)
  • Folder 6: Federation of Behavioral Medicine Societies
  • Folder 7: Fetzer Institute
  • Folder 8: Florida Psychological Association. 44th annual convention (Key West : June 1991)
  • Folder 9: Fondation Cardiologique Princesse Liliane. International symposium on neural modulation of immunity (Brussels : Oct 1983)
  • Folder 10: Foundation for Mind Research
  • Folder 11: Foundations’ Fund for Research in Psychiatry
  • Folder 12: Fund for Psychoneuroimminology (1989-1990)
  • Folder 13: Fund for Psychoneuroimminology (1991)
  • Folder 14: Fund for Psychoneuroimminology (1992, 1994)
  • Folder 15: Fund for Psychoneuroimminology (1995-2001)

Box Sixteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Fundacion Salud. Conferencia internacional “Esencia de la psiconeuroendocrinoinmunologia” (Buenos Aires : Nov 1999)
  • Folder 2: Genesee Hospital, Rochester, N.Y.
  • Folder 3: Gerontological Society of America. Symposium (Toronto : Nov 1981)
  • Folder 4: Gordon & Beach [law firm]
  • Folder 5: Grant Foundation
  • Folder 6: Hahnemann University. Grand rounds (Oct 1991)
  • Folder 7: Hartford Foundation
  • Folder 8: Harvard University. Mind/brain/behavior workshop (Dec 1994)
  • Folder 9: Hellenic Medical Society for the Study of Psychosomatic Problems
  • Folder 10: Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit. Dept. of Psychiatry. Lecture (Jan 1992)
  • Folder 11: Highland Hospital, Rochester, N.Y. 3rd Sally Garson Memorial Lecture (Nov 1991)
  • Folder 12: Hilton Foundation
  • Folder 13: Humana Hospital, Phoenix, Az. Rheumatic therapeutics revised symposium (Apr 1991)
  • Folder 14: Hungarian Multiple Sclerosis Society. Conference (Budapest : Sep 1994)
  • Folder 15: Institute for Science & Public Policy. Workshop on nocebo (Feb 1997)
  • Folder 16: Institute for the Advancement of Health (1986-1987)
  • Folder 17: Institute for the Advancement of Health (1988-1989)
  • Folder 18: Institute for the Advancement of Health. Board meeting (10 Oct 1990)
  • Folder 19: Institute for the Advancement of Health (1990-1992)
  • Folder 20: Institute of Noetic Sciences (1984-1997)
  • Folder 21: International Behavioral Science Society. 4th annual meeting (Santiago de Compostela, Spain : May 1995)
  • Folder 22: International Center for the Integration of Health & Spirituality
  • Folder 23: International College of Psychosomatic Medicine. 6th world congress (Montreal : Sep 1981)
  • Folder 24: International Conference on Integrative Medicine (Seattle : May 1999)
  • Folder 25: International Congress on Alternative & Complementary Therapies (4th : Arlington, Va. : Oct 1998)

Box Seventeen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (1971-1979)
  • Folder 2: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (1980-1981)
  • Folder 3: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (Jan-Apr 1982)
  • Folder 4: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (May-Dec 1982)
  • Folder 5: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (1983)
  • Folder 6: International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (1984-1989)
  • Folder 7: International Society for Neuroimmunomodulation (1979-1989)
  • Folder 8: International Society for Neuroimmunomodulation (1990-1997)
  • Folder 9: International Society for Neuroimmunomodulation (1999-2001)
  • Folder 10: International Society of Behavioral Medicine. 1st international congress (Uppsala : Jun 1990)
  • Folder 11: International Society of Immunopharmacology. 5th international conference (Tampa : May 1991)
  • Folder 12: International Union of the Physiological Sciences. World Congress of Physiology (Budapest : July 1980)

Box Eighteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Istituto Nazionale Ricovero e Cura Anziani. Immunoregulation 81, international workshop (Urbino : Jul 1981)
  • Folder 2: J.M. Foundation
  • Folder 3: Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Folder 4: Kittay Scientific Foundation
  • Folder 5: Kleberg Foundation
  • Folder 6: Lilly Research Laboratories. Lecture (Nov 1991)
  • Folder 7: Lovelance Institutes. Annual scientific symposium: neuroimmunomodulation (Albuquerque : Oct 1994)
  • Folder 8: Marion Merrell Dow Inc. Non-traditional therapeutic approaches symposium (Kansas City, Ks. : May 1992)
  • Folder 9: Martinus Nijhoff Publisher
  • Folder 10: Masson Publishing
  • Folder 11: Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Folder 12: Mind Science Foundation
  • Folder 13: Montefiore Medical Center. Dept. of Psychiatry. Lecture (May 1998)
  • Folder 14: Mott Foundation
  • Folder 15: Mount Holyoke College. Colloquium (Oct 1998)
  • Folder 16: National Academy of Sciences. Institute of Medicine (1979-1982)
  • Folder 17: National Academy of Sciences. Institute of Medicine (1988-1989)
  • Folder 18: National Cancer Institute. Biological mechanisms of psychosocial effects on disease (Bethesda, Md. : Feb 2002)
  • Folder 19: National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine. Psychology of health, immunity & disease conference (Hilton Head, NC : Mar 2000)
  • Folder 20: National Institute of Mental Health. Workshop on behavioral & psychological effects on physical health (198?)
  • Folder 21: National Institute of Mental Health. Research training meeting (Feb 1991)
  • Folder 22: National Institute of Mental Health. Research workshop on the psychoneuroimmunology of AIDS (Tiburon, Ca. : Nov 1987)
  • Folder 23: National Institutes of Health. Mind/body interactions & disease (Jan 1994)

Box Nineteen - Organizations

  • Folder 1: National Institutes of Health. Placebo & nocebo effects (Dec 1996)
  • Folder 2: National Institutes of Health. Seminar series on health & behavior (Apr 1996)
  • Folder 3: National Institutes of Health. Science of the placebo workshop (Nov 2000)
  • Folder 4: National Institutes of Health. BiMPED conference (Feb 2002)
  • Folder 5: Neuroimmune Interaction Meeting (1st : Pittsburgh : Sep 1989)
  • Folder 6: New England Deaconess Hospital. Mind/Body Medical Institute. Conference on advances in behavioral medicine (Mar 1990)
  • Folder 7: New York Academy of Medicine. Salmon lecture (Dec 1989)
  • Folder 8: New York Academy of Sciences. Conference on experimental assessments & clinical applications of conditioned food aversions (Apr 1984)
  • Folder 9: New York Academy of Sciences. 2nd international workshop on neuroimmunomodulation (Jun 1986)
  • Folder 10: New York Neuropsychiatry Group. 19th annual conference (May 1998)
  • Folder 11: New York University. School of Medicine. Dept. of Neurology. Grand rounds (Jan 2007)
  • Folder 12: Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle [law firm] (1989-1991)
  • Folder 13: Northern California Cancer Center. When your patient asks about alternative medicine (Palo Alto (Feb 1998)
  • Folder 14: Nova Pharmaceutical Corporation (1983-1984)
  • Folder 15: Oasis, Rochester, N.Y. Course on mind, body & the immune system (Feb 1997)
  • Folder 16: Oregon Center for Alternative & Complementary Medicine. External advisory committee (2005-2006)
  • Folder 17: Orentreich Foundation
  • Folder 18: Pavlovian Society (Oct 1993)
  • Folder 19: Pavlovian Society (Sep 2006)
  • Folder 20: Pergamon Press. International conference on immunopharmacology (Brighton, Eng. : Jul 1980)
  • Folder 21: Philoctetes Center, New York City. Placebo effects roundtable (Apr 2010)
  • Folder 22: Placebo Science Working Group (2001)
  • Folder 23: Plenum Publishing
  • Folder 24: Praeger Publishing

Box Twenty - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (1984-1991)
  • Folder 2: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (1992)
  • Folder 3: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan-Apr 1993)
  • Folder 4: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May 1993)
  • Folder 5: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jun-Aug 1993)
  • Folder 6: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Sep-Dec 1993)
  • Folder 7: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan-Mar 1994)
  • Folder 8: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Apr 1994)
  • Folder 9: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May-Sep 1994)
  • Folder 10: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Oct-Dec 1994)

Box Twenty-One - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (1995)
  • Folder 2: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (1996)
  • Folder 3: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (1997)
  • Folder 4: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan-Apr 1998)
  • Folder 5: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May-Jun 1998)
  • Folder 6: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jul-Dec 1998)
  • Folder 7: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan-Apr 1999)
  • Folder 8: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May-Jul 1999)
  • Folder 9: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Aug-Dec 1999)
  • Folder 10: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan-Feb 2000)

Box Twenty-Two - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Mar-Apr 2000)
  • Folder 2: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May 2000)
  • Folder 3: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jul-Dec 2000)
  • Folder 4: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (2001)
  • Folder 5: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (2002, 2003, 2005)
  • Folder 6: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jun-Jul 2006)
  • Folder 7: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Sep-Oct 2006)
  • Folder 8: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Nov-Dec 2006)
  • Folder 9: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jan 2007)

Box Twenty-Three - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Feb 2007)
  • Folder 2: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Mar 1-20, 2007)
  • Folder 3: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Mar 23-30, 2007)
  • Folder 4: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Apr 1-16, 2007)
  • Folder 5: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Apr 17-30, 2007)
  • Folder 6: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (Jun 2007)
  • Folder 7: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May 1-18, 2007)
  • Folder 8: Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society [PNIRS] (May 19-31, 2007, 2008)
  • Folder 9: RJR International Research Workshop (Tampa : Dec 1983)
  • Folder 10: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (2nd : Rochester, N.Y. : Sep 1990)

Box Twenty-Four - Organizations

  • Folder 1: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (2nd : Rochester, N.Y. : Sep 1990)
  • Folder 2: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (2nd : Rochester, N.Y. : Sep 1990)
  • Folder 3: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (2nd : Rochester, N.Y. : Sep 1990)
  • Folder 4: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (2nd : Rochester, N.Y. : Sep 1990)
  • Folder 5: Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology (3rd : Columbus, Ohio : Sep 1991)
  • Folder 6: Retirement Research Foundation
  • Folder 7: Rockefeller Foundation
  • Folder 8: Samuels Institute, Alexandria, Va. Lecture (Jan 2007)
  • Folder 9: San Francisco State University. Psychology Dept. Guest lecturer (May 1993)
  • Folder 10: Smithsonian Associates. Seminar (Oct 1999)
  • Folder 11: Social Science Research Council. “Local biology” working conference (Jacksonville, Fl. : Nov 1997)
  • Folder 12: Society of Behavioral Medicine. 6th annual meeting (New Orleans : Mar 1985)
  • Folder 13: Society of Behavioral Medicine (1989)
  • Folder 14: Society of Behavioral Medicine. 16th annual meeting (San Diego : Mar 1995)
  • Folder 15: Stanford University. School of Medicine. Dept. of Dermatology. Psoriasis 2001 (Nov 1997)
  • Folder 16: Stanford University. School of Medicine. Dept. of Psychiatry. Grand rounds (Apr 1993)
  • Folder 17: State University of New York at Buffalo. Center for Cognitive Science. Lecture (Sep 1996)
  • Folder 18: State University of New York Institute of Technology, Utica. Psi Chi lecture (Oct 2000)

Box Twenty-Five Organizations

  • Folder 1: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Dept. of Psychiatry. Conference on somatic consequences and symptomatic responses to stress (Jun 1998)
  • Folder 2: United States. Congress. Miscellaneous correspondence
  • Folder 3: University of California Press
  • Folder 4: University of California Los Angeles. Neuropsychiatric Institute & Hospital. Grand rounds (Feb 2001)
  • Folder 5: University of California Los Angeles. Program in Psychoneuroimmunology (1989-1994)
  • Folder 6: University of Chicago. Lecture (Oct 2000)
  • Folder 7: University of Florida, Gainesville. College of Health Related Professions. Lecture (Apr 1992)
  • Folder 8: University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Grand rounds (Jan 1996)
  • Folder 9: University of Missouri, Kansas City. Psychoneuroimmunology workshop (May 1998)
  • Folder 10: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. School of Medicine. Grand rounds (Apr 1991)
  • Folder 11: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Pierce Morrell Neurobiology Curriculum Research Day (Aug 2004)
  • Folder 12: University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. Dept. of Psychology. Bonney lecture (Oct 1992)
  • Folder 13: University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. Health Science Center. Visiting professor (Apr 1990)
  • Folder 14: University of Rochester. University forum (Apr 1990).
  • Folder 15: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Lawsuit against the UR for misappropriation of Philip Morris Co. grant (1982, 1989, 1996-1999)
  • Folder 16: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Lawsuit against the UR for misappropriation of Philip Morris Co. grant (2000)
  • Folder 17: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Lawsuit against the UR for misappropriation of Philip Morris Co. grant (2001)
  • Folder 18: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Lawsuit against the UR for misappropriation of Philip Morris Co. grant (2002)
  • Folder 19: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Center for Space Environmental Health. Conference on environmental health issues in space (Oct 1991)
  • Folder 20: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Environmental Medicine. NASA/NIEHS workshop (Jun 1995)
  • Folder 21: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Pediatrics. Grand rounds (Dec. 1996)
  • Folder 22: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Ader’s faculty appointment & promotions

Box Twenty-Six - Organizations

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (1992)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (1993)
  • Folder 3: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (1994)
  • Folder 4: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research (1996-2001)
  • Folder 5: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research. Grant Applications (1997-1998)
  • Folder 6: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Center for Psychoneuroimmunology Research. Brochure
  • Folder 7: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Division of Behavioral & Psychosocial Medicine
  • Folder 8: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Laboratory space (1981-1982)
  • Folder 9: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (1981-1982)
  • Folder 10: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (1983-1984)
  • Folder 11: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (1985-1986, 1989-1990)
  • Folder 12: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (1996, 1999-2001)

Box Twenty-Seven - Organizations

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (2002-2003)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Patent application for device that administers medication (2004-2008)
  • Folder 3: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Psychiatry research committee (1980-1982)
  • Folder 4: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Psychosocial, psychiatric & behavioral strategies in patient care conference (Oct 1985)
  • Folder 5: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Remarks on Franz Reichsman
  • Folder 6: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Dept. of Psychiatry. Rochester Center for Mind-Body Research (2006)
  • Folder 7: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Faculty performance evaluation committee (1996-1998)
  • Folder 8: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Vivarium (1987-1991)
  • Folder 9: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Vivarium (1992-1994)
  • Folder 10: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Vivarium (1995-1998)
  • Folder 11: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Vivarium (1999)

Box Twenty-Eight - Organizations

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester. School of Medicine & Dentistry. Vivarium (2000-2003)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester. School of Nursing. Nsg. 324 lecture (1996)
  • Folder 3: University of South Florida. College of Medicine. International conference on immunopharmacology (2nd : Washington, D.C. : Jul 1982)
  • Folder 4: University of South Florida. College of Medicine. Rheumatic therapeutics revisited (Banff : Oct 1991)
  • Folder 5: University of South Florida. College of Medicine. Symposium on drugs of abuse, psychoneuroimmunology & AIDS infections (2nd : Clearwater, Fl. : Jun 1992)
  • Folder 6: University of Tokyo. 12th international symposium; and 5th psychoneuroimmunomodulation workshop (Fukuoka : Jul 1991)
  • Folder 7: University of Utrecht. CNS effects of stress hormones & neuropeptides (Amsterdam : Jun 1990)
  • Folder 8: University of Utrecht. Symposium on regulation of the immune response (Oct 1991)
  • Folder 9: University of Utrecht. David DeWied symposium (Apr 2000)
  • Folder 10: Upjohn Company. Disease-influencing factors workshop (San Francisco : Oct 1984)
  • Folder 11: Washington State Psychological Association. Fall convention (Seattle : Oct 1992)
  • Folder 12: Western Reserve Care System. Behavioral medicine conference (Warren, Ohio : Oct 1991)
  • Folder 13: Wiley Interscience
  • Folder 14: Wilhemina Kinderziekenhuis, Utrecht. Future directions in psychoneuroimmunology (Oct 1995)

Box Twenty-Nine - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Early experience, development & adaptation (1972)
  • Folder 2: Early experience, development & adaptation (1973)
  • Folder 3: Illness-induced taste aversion (1973?)
  • Folder 4: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1974?)
  • Folder 5: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1975)
  • Folder 6: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1976-1977)
  • Folder 7: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1978-1979)
  • Folder 8: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1980)
  • Folder 9: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1981)
  • Folder 10: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1982-1984)
  • Folder 11: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1984-1985)
  • Folder 12: Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression (1986-1989)

Box Thirty - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Psychosomatic phenomena in animals (1974)
  • Folder 2: Psychoimmunologic & psychoendocrine processes (1976)
  • Folder 3: Psychoimmunologic & psychoendocrine processes (1977-1978)
  • Folder 4: Psychoimmunologic & psychoendocrine processes (1979-1984)
  • Folder 5: Marihuana: longitudinal psychobiologic effects (1978)
  • Folder 6: Marihuana: longitudinal psychobiologic effects (1981)
  • Folder 7: Behavioral processes in the immunopharmacotherapy of autoimmune disease (1980-1985)
  • Folder 8: Conditioned immune responses (1980)
  • Folder 9: Non-continuous schedules of reinforcement in pharmacotherapy (1981)
  • Folder 10: A conditioning model of pharmacotherapy in depression (1982)

Box Thirty-One - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: A conditioning model of pharmacotherapy in depression (1982-1983)
  • Folder 2: A conditioning model of pharmacotherapy in schizophrenia (1982-1983)
  • Folder 3: A conditioning model of pharmacotherapy in schizophrenia (1982-1983)
  • Folder 4: Early stress experiences & development of immune function (1982-1985)
  • Folder 5: Neurotransmitter modulation of humoral & cellular immunity (1982)
  • Folder 6: Psychoneuroimmunology (1982-1983)
  • Folder 7: Psychoneuroimmunology (1983-1984)
  • Folder 8: Psychoneuroimmunology (1985-1986)
  • Folder 9: Psychoneuroimmunology (1987-1988)
  • Folder 10: Psychoneuroimmunology (1989)
  • Folder 11: Psychoneuroimmunology (1990-1993)

Box Thirty-Two - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Psychoneuroimmunology (1994)
  • Folder 2: Psychoneuroimmunology (1995-1996)
  • Folder 3: Psychoneuroimmunology (1997-2000)
  • Folder 4: Behavioral conditioning, pharmacotherapy & disease (1984)
  • Folder 5: Behavioral conditioning, pharmacotherapy & disease (1985-1986)
  • Folder 6: Behavioral conditioning, pharmacotherapy & disease (1987-1990)
  • Folder 7: Stress, immune function & cancer (1984)
  • Folder 8: Stress, immune function & cancer (1985-1986)
  • Folder 9: Stress, immune function & cancer (1987, 1989)
  • Folder 10: Conditioning model of pharmacotherapy: hypertension (1986)
  • Folder 11: Postdoctoral research training in psychoimmunology (1986)

Box Thirty-Three - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Programs in behavioral & psychosocial medicine (1986)
  • Folder 2: Behaviorally conditioned immune responses (1988)
  • Folder 3: Behaviorally conditioned immune responses (1989-1990)
  • Folder 4: Behaviorally conditioned immune responses (1991)
  • Folder 5: Behaviorally conditioned immune responses (1992-1999)
  • Folder 6: Conditioned therapeutic & immunologic changes in rheumatoid arthritis (1988-1993)
  • Folder 7: Conditioning model of pharmacotherapy in hyperkinesis (1988-1991)
  • Folder 8: Conditioned immunologic effects in human subjects with multiple sclerosis (1990-1992)
  • Folder 9: Conditioned therapeutic & immunologic effects of methotrexate in rheumatoid arthritis (1990)
  • Folder 10: Immunoregulatory effects of behavior (1990-1991)
  • Folder 11: Immunoregulatory effects of behavior (1991-1992)
  • Folder 12: Immunoregulatory effects of behavior (1992)

Box Thirty-Four - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Psychosocial factors in outcome of bone marrow transplantation (1991)
  • Folder 2: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of schizophrenia (1991-1997)
  • Folder 3: Environmental enrichment, the brain & the immune system (1991)
  • Folder 4: Behavioral & neurochemical modulation of TH1 & TH2 cell cytokine production (1994)
  • Folder 5: Conditioned analgesia as an adjunct in the pharmacotherapy of chronic pain conditions (1996)
  • Folder 6: Pre- and post-doctoral training in psychoneuroimmunology (1991)
  • Folder 7: Pre- and post-doctoral training in psychoneuroimmunology (1996)
  • Folder 8: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of schizophrenia (1996)
  • Folder 9: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (1998)
  • Folder 10: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (1999)

Box Thirty-Five - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2000)
  • Folder 2: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2001)
  • Folder 3: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2002)
  • Folder 4: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2003)
  • Folder 5: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2004)
  • Folder 6: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2005)
  • Folder 7: Role of conditioning in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2006)

Box Thirty-Six - Grant Applications

  • Folder 1: Classical conditioning in pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2002-2003)
  • Folder 2: Classical conditioning in pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2003)
  • Folder 3: Classical conditioning in pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2003-2005)
  • Folder 4: Rochester Center for Mind-Body Research grant (1999)
  • Folder 5: Conditioned placebo effects& treatment of hypertension (2002)
  • Folder 6: NIH Director’s pioneer award (2005)
  • Folder 7: Role of flexible dosing in longterm management of insomnia (2005?)
  • Folder 8: Cyclosporine in the pharmacotherapy of psoriasis (2006?)

Box Thirty-Seven - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: “The effect of prolonged retardation on discrimination learning in rats” (ca. 1955)
  • Folder 2: “Effects of chlorpromazine on the acquisition and extinction of an avoidance response in the rat” (1957)
  • Folder 3: “The effects of early experience on subsequent emotionality and resistance to stress” (1959)
  • Folder 4: “Blood pepsinogen and gastric erosions in the rat” (1960)
  • Folder 5: “On the onset of extinction in avoidance conditioning” (1960)
  • Folder 6: “Social factors affecting emotionality and resistance to disease in animals: I. Age of separation from the mother and susceptibility to gastric ulcers in the rat” (1960)
  • Folder 7: “Social factors affecting emotionality and resistance to disease in animals: II. Susceptibility to gastric ulceration as a function of interruptions in social interactions and the time at which they occur” (1960)
  • Folder 8: “Free-operative avoidance conditioning in human subjects” (1961)
  • Folder 9: “The basic variable in the early handling phenomenon” (1962)
  • Folder 10: “Emotional behavior in the rat as a function of maternal emotionality” (1962)
  • Folder 11: ‘Prenatal maternal anxiety and offspring emotionality in the rat” (1962)
  • Folder 12: “Social factors affecting emotionality and resistance to disease in animals: III. Early weaning and susceptibility to gastric ulcers in the rat” (1962)
  • Folder 13: “Dominance and emotionality in the rat and their effects on mortality to whole-body X-irradiation” (1963)
  • Folder 14: “Effects of social environment on mortality to whole body X-irradiation in the rat” (1963)
  • Folder 15: “Free-operative avoidance conditioning in individual and paired human subjects” (1963)
  • Folder 16: “Handling of pregnant rats: effects on emotionality of their offspring” (1963)
  • Folder 17: “Plasma pepsinogen level as a predictor of susceptibility to gastric erosions in the rat” (1963)
  • Folder 18: “Plasma pepsinogen level in rat and man” (1963)
  • Folder 19: “Social environment, emotionality, and alloxan diabetes in the rat” (1963)
  • Folder 20: “Susceptibility to gastric lesions in the rat” (1963)
  • Folder 21: “Gastric erosions in the rat: effects of immobilization at different points in the activity cycle” (1964)
  • Folder 22: “Psychological factors and susceptibility to disease in animals” (1964)
  • Folder 23: “Social factors affecting emotionality and resistance to disease in animals: IV. Differential housing, emotionality, and Walker 256 carcinosarcoma in the rat” (1964)
  • Folder 24: “Temporal parameters in the acquisition of a free-operant avoidance response in human subjects” (1964)
  • Folder 25: “Differential early experiences and susceptibility to transplanted tumor in the rat” (1965)
  • Folder 26: “Direction of aggression and adaptation to free operant avoidance conditioning” (1965)
  • Folder 27: “Effects of early experience and differential housing on behavior and susceptibility to gastric erosions in the rat” (1965)
  • Folder 28: “Effects of psychological stress in adult mice inoculated with coxsackie B viruses” (1965)
  • Folder 29: “Parameters relevant to the experimental production of ‘stress’ in the mouse” (1965)
  • Folder 30: “Social factors affecting emotionality and resistance to disease in animals” (1965)
  • Folder 31: “Frequency of stimulation during early life and subsequent emotionality in the rat” (1966)
  • Folder 32: “Prenatal conditioned ‘anxiety’: effects on offspring behavior and susceptibility to gastric erosions” (1966?)
  • Folder 33: “Adrenocortical response to novelty and noxious stimulation” (1967)
  • Folder 34: “Behavioral and physiological rhythms and the development of gastric erosions in the rat” (1967)
  • Folder 35: “Emotional reactivity and susceptibility to gastric erosions” (1967)
  • Folder 36: “‘Emotionality’ and adrenal cortical function: effects of strain, test, and the 24-hour corticosterone rhythm” (1967)
  • Folder 37: “Plasma corticosterone response to parameters of electric shock stimulation in the rat” (1967)
  • Folder 38: “Prenatal maternal anxiety and offspring behavior in the rat” (1967)
  • Folder 39: “[Training of psychosomatic researchers]” (1967)
  • Folder 40: “Attenuation of the plasma corticosterone response to handling and electric shock in the infant rat” (1968)
  • Folder 41: “Effects of early experiences on emotional and physiological reactivity in the rat” (1968)
  • Folder 42: “Effects of early experiences on one-trial avoidance conditioning” (1968)
  • Folder 43: “Effects of prenatal maternal handling and differential housing on offspring emotionality, plasma corticosterone levels, and susceptibility to gastric erosions” (1968)
  • Folder 44: “Is retrieving a measure of maternal behavior in the rat?” (1968)
  • Folder 45: “Plasma corticosterone response to environmental stimulation” (1968)
  • Folder 46: “Adrenocortical function and the measurement of ‘emotionality’” (1969)
  • Folder 47: “Continuous recording of maternal behaviour in rattus norvegicus” (1969)
  • Folder 48: “Early experiences accelerate maturation of the 24-hour adrenocortical rhythm” (1969)
  • Folder 49: “Effects of early experience on adrenocortical reactivity” (1969)
  • Folder 50: “Effects of litter size on emotionality, adrenocortical reactivity, and susceptibility to gastric erosions in the rat” (1969)
  • Folder 51: “Early experience, psychopathology, and cancer: psychosocial factors modifying host resistance to experimental infections” (1969)
  • Folder 52: “Social factors and resistance to malaria in the mouse” (1969)
  • Folder 53: “Adrenocortical function in pregnant rats: handling and the 24-hour rhythm” (1970)
  • Folder 54: “Biology and behavior: a redundancy?” (1970)
  • Folder 55: “Development of rhythmic processes” (1970)
  • Folder 56: “Differential susceptibility to a viral agent in mice housed alone or in groups” (1970)
  • Folder 57: “Effects of early experience and differential housing on susceptibility to gastric erosions in lesion-susceptible rats” (1970)
  • Folder 58: “The effects of early experience on the adrenocortical response to different magnitudes of stimulation” (1970)
  • Folder 59: “Effects of handling and the light-dark cycle on time of parturition in the rat” (1970)
  • Folder 60: “Effects of prenatal maternal handling on the maturation of rhythmic processes” (1970)
  • Folder 61: “Very early influences” [book review of J.M. Joffe’s Prenatal determinants of behaviour] (1970)
  • Folder 62: “Psychological factors in comparative biomedical research” (1970)

Box Thirty-Eight - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: “Rhythmicity in the maternal behaviour of rattus norvegicus” (1970)
  • Folder 2: “Experimentally induced gastric lesions” (1971)
  • Folder 3: “Non-genetic prenatal influences on psychological development” [correspondence only] (1971)
  • Folder 4: Book review of Stimulation in early infancy, A. Ambrose, ed. (1971)
  • Folder 5: “Effects of early experience with electric shock and dexamethasone on avoidance conditioning at adulthood” (1972)
  • Folder 6: “Effects of lysine vasopressin on passive avoidance learning” (1972)
  • Folder 7: “Effects of vasopressin on active and passive avoidance behavior” (1972)
  • Folder 8: “Prenatal maternal X-irradiation: maternal and offspring effects” (1972)
  • Folder 9: “Retention of a passive avoidance response as a function of the intensity and duration of electric shock” (1972)
  • Folder 10: “The significance of early life experiences for the study of development” (1972)
  • Folder 11: “Adrenocortical mediation of the effects of early life experiences” (1973)
  • Folder 12: Book review of G.G. Luce’s Biological rhythms in human and animal physiology (1973)
  • Folder 13: “Effects of early experiences on shock- and illness-induced passive avoidance behaviors” (1973)
  • Folder 14: “Protective effect of noxious stimulation in mice infected with rodent malaria” (1973)
  • Folder 15: “‘Strain’ differences in illness induced taste aversion” (1973)
  • Folder 16: “Behavior of lactating rats in a dual-chambered maternity cage” (1974)
  • Folder 17: “Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression” [letter to the editor] (1974)
  • Folder 18: “Illness-induced taste aversion under states of deprivation and satiation” (1974)
  • Folder 19: “The role of developmental factors in susceptibility to disease” (1974)
  • Folder 20: “Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression” (1975)
  • Folder 21: “Competitive and noncompetitive rearing and shock-elicted aggression in the rat” (1975)
  • Folder 22: “Neonatal stimulation and maturation of the 24-hour adrenocortical rhythm” (1975)
  • Folder 23: “Rhythmicity in the maternal behavior of the rat” (1975)
  • Folder 24: Book review of J.P. Scott’s Separation and depression (1975)
  • Folder 25: “Conditioned adrenocortical steroid elevations in the rat” (1976)
  • Folder 26: “Early learning and retention of a conditioned taste aversion” (1976)
  • Folder 27: “A note on the role of olfaction in taste aversion learning” (1977)
  • Folder 28: “Effects of adrenalectomy on taste aversion learning” (1978)
  • Folder 29: “Adrenal involvement in conditioned immunosuppression” (1979)
  • Folder 30: Book review of I. Hanin’s Aniaml models in psychiatry & neurology (ca. 1979)
  • Folder 31: “Conditoned suppression of a thymus-independent antibody response” (1979)
  • Folder 32: “George Libman Engel: on the occasion of his retirement” (1980)
  • Folder 33: Book review of E.A. Serefetinides Methods of biobehavioral research (1980)
  • Folder 34: “Psychosomatic and psychoimmunologic research” (1980)
  • Folder 35: “Animal models in the study of brain, behavior and bodily disease” (1981)
  • Folder 36: “Behavioral influences on immune responses” (1981)
  • Folder 37: “The central nervous system and immune responses: conditoned immunopharmacologic effects” (1981)
  • Folder 38: “Immunosuppresive effect of tetrahydrocannabinol plus cyclophosphamide” [Letter to the editor] (1981)
  • Folder 39: “The little black box for the body’s defenses” (1981)
  • Folder 40: “Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression and murine systemic lupus erythematosus” (1982)
  • Folder 41: “Behaviorally conditioned suppression of a graft-versus-host response” (1982)
  • Folder 42: “The central nervous system and learning: a strategy for immune regulation” (1982)
  • Folder 43: “Conditioned suppression of humoral immunity in the rat” (1982)
  • Folder 44: “The effects of ‘stress’ and conditioning on immune responses” (1982)

Box Thirty-Nine - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: “The central nervous system and learning” (1982)
  • Folder 2: “Sex differences in the immunosuppressive effects of THC” (1982?)
  • Folder 3: Book review of K. Bammer’s Stress and cancer (1982)
  • Folder 4: “Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression: effects on the course of autoimmune disease in New Zealand hybrid mice” (1983)
  • Folder 5: “Conditioning immune responses” [letter to the editor] (1983)
  • Folder 6: “Developmental psychoneuroimmunology” (1983)
  • Folder 7: “Immunoregulation by behavioral conditioning” (1983)
  • Folder 8: “Acquisition and extinction of conditioned suppression of a graft-vs-host response in the rat” (1984)
  • Folder 9: “Conditioned modulation of immune responses” [Russian translation] (1984)
  • Folder 10: “Behaviorally conditioned modulation of immunity” (1985)
  • Folder 11: “Brain-immune system interactions” (1985)
  • Folder 12: “”CNS-immune system interactions: conditioning phenomena” (1985)
  • Folder 13: “Conditioned taste aversions and immunopharmacology” (1985)
  • Folder 14: “Disease and the pysche” [Letter to the editor] (1985)
  • Folder 15: “High time for psychoimmunology” [letter to the editor] (1985)
  • Folder 16: “Conditioned responses are indeed conditioned” (1986)
  • Folder 17: “Conditioning and immunity” (1986)
  • Folder 18: “Long-lasting enhancement of the delayed-type hypersensitivity response to heterologous erythrocytes in mice after a single injection of cyclophosphamide” (1986)
  • Folder 19: “Behaviorally conditioned enhancement of delayed-type hypersensitivity in the mouse” (1987)
  • Folder 20: “Brain, behavior, and immunity” (1987)
  • Folder 21: “Clinical implications of psychoneuroimmunology” (1987)
  • Folder 22: “Conditioned effects of cyclophosphamide” (1987)
  • Folder 23: “Conditioning phenomena and immune function” (1987)

Box Forty - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: Book review of N.P. Plotnikoff’s Enkephalins and endorphins (1987)
  • Folder 2: “The immunomodulatory effects of behavior” (1987)
  • Folder 3: “Taste aversion learning in autoimmune Mrl-lpr/lpr and Mrl +/+ mice” (1987)
  • Folder 4: “Immunomodulation by classical conditioning” (1988)
  • Folder 5: “Conditioned immune responses and pharmacotherapy” (1989)
  • Folder 6: “Conditioning effects in pharmacotherapy and the incompleteness of the double-blind, crossover design” (1989)
  • Folder 7: “Psychoneuroimmnology: a new field of interdisciplinary research” (1989)
  • Folder 8: “Repeated intraperitoneal injections of saline attenuate the antibody response to a subsequent intraperitoneal injection of antigen” (1989)
  • Folder 9: Book review of E. Kurstak’s Viruses, immunity and mental disorders (1989)
  • Folder 10: “Voluntary consumption of cyclophosphamide by Mrl mice” (1989)
  • Folder 11: “Altered T-lymphocyte response following aggressive encounters in mice” (1990)
  • Folder 12: “Can our bodies be taught to mimic the effects of immunomodulating drugs?” (1990?)
  • Folder 13: “The effects of handling on antibody production, mitogen responses, spleen cell number, and lymphocyte subpopulations” (1990)
  • Folder 14: “The effects of stress on the development of immunological memory following low-dose antigen priming in mice” (1990)
  • Folder 15: “Immune-derived modulation of behavior” (1990)
  • Folder 16: “Increased pulmonary metastases and natural killer cell activity in mice following handling” (1990)
  • Folder 17: “Interactions between the brain and the immune system” (1990)
  • Folder 18: “Voluntary consumption of cyclophosphamide by nondeprived Mrl-lpr/lpr and Mrl +/+ mice” (1990)
  • Folder 19: “Conditioning of the immune system” (1991)
  • Folder 20: “Editorial comment” (1991)
  • Folder 21: “Behaviorally conditioned modulation of immune function” (1992)
  • Folder 22: “Classic conditioning and placebo effects in crossover studies” (1992)
  • Folder 23: “Conditioned immunopharmacologic effects on cell-mediated immunity” (1992)

Box Forty-One - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: “Conditioning as an adjunct in the pharmacotherapy of lupus erythematosus” (1992)
  • Folder 2: “The effects of handling adult mice on immunologically relevant processes” (1992?)
  • Folder 3: “On the clinical relevance of psychoneuroimmunology” (1992)
  • Folder 4: “Psychoneuroimmunology” (1992)
  • Folder 5: “The search for simple main effects of naïve” (1992)
  • Folder 6: “Conditioned enhancement of antibody production using antigen as the unconditioned stimulus” (1993)
  • Folder 7: “Conditioned responses in pharmacotherapy research” [editorial] (1993)
  • Folder 8: “Effects of differential housing on the primary and secondary antibody responses of male C57BL/6 and BALB/c mice” (1993)
  • Folder 9: “Exposure to conspecific alarm chemosignals alters immune responses in BALB/c mice” (1993)
  • Folder 10: “Psychoneuroimmunology: conditioning and stress” (1993)
  • Folder 11: “Pavlovian conditioning of the immune system” (1994)
  • Folder 12: Book review of C.E. Lewis’ Mind and body in the fight for survival? (1994)
  • Folder 13: “Response: psychosomatic medicine rides again” (1994)
  • Folder 14: “Stress and immunity” (1994)
  • Folder 15: “On psychoneuroimmunology” (1995)
  • Folder 16: “Psychoneuroimmunology: interactions between the nervous system and the immune system” (1995)
  • Folder 17: Review article of the preceding title (1995)
  • Folder 18: “Conditioned increase in peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) number and corticosterone secretion in the rat” (1996)
  • Folder 19: “Conditioning of cyclophosphamide-induced leukopenia in humans” (1996)
  • Folder 20: “On the teaching of psychoneuroimmunology” (1996)
  • Folder 21: “Psychoneuroimmunology: animal models of disease” (1996)

Box Forty-Two - Publications/Articles

  • Folder 1: “Behavioral regulation of immunity” (1997)
  • Folder 2: “Processes underlying placebo effects” (1997)
  • Folder 3: “Psychosocial influences on immune responses to HSV-1 infection in BALB/c mice” (1997)
  • Folder 4: “Behavioral regulation of immunity” (1998)
  • Folder 5: “Distinguished researcher profile: Robert Ader” (1998)
  • Folder 6: “The differential impact of training stress and final examination stress on herpesvirus latency at the United States Military Academy at West Point” (1999)
  • Folder 7: “Classical conditioning in the treatment of psoriasis” (2000)
  • Folder 8: Editorial in BBI (2000)
  • Folder 9: “Immune deviation following stress odor expsoure: role of endogenous opioids” (2000)
  • Folder 10: “On the development of psychoneuroimmunology” (2000)
  • Folder 11: “The placebo effect: if it’s all in your head, does that mean you only think you feel better?” (2000)
  • Folder 12: “Heart rate, neuroendocrine, and immunological reactivity in response to an acute laboratory stressor”
  • Folder 13: “In memoriam: George Freeman Solomon (1931-2001)” (2001)
  • Folder 14: “Much ado about nothing” (2001)
  • Folder 15: “One-trial conditioning of the antibody response to hen egg lysozyme in rats” (2001)
  • Folder 16: “Psychoneuroimmunology” (2001)
  • Folder 17: “Conditioned immunomodulation: research needs and directions” (2003)
  • Folder 18: “Psychosocial factors and the therapeutic response to drugs” (2003)
  • Folder 19: “The biopsychosocial model: interdisciplinarity in science and medicine” (2004)
  • Folder 20: “Psychosocial factors and the response to influenza vaccination in older adults” (2004)
  • Folder 21: “Integrative summary: on the clinical relevance of psychoneuroimmunology” (2005)
  • Folder 22: “Psychosomatic medicine and the scientific foundations of healing” (2006)
  • Folder 23: “Psychosomatic medicine: the scientific foundation of the biopsychosocial model” (2007)
  • Folder 24: “Conditioned pharmacotherapeutic effects: a preliminary study” (2010)

Box Forty-Three - Publications/Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: “Early experience and adaptation to stress,” IN: Endocrines and the central nervous system, Baltimore, 1966.
  • Folder 2: “The influence of psychological factors on disease susceptibility in animals,” IN: Husbandry of laboratory animals, London, 1967.
  • Folder 3: Ader’s introduction to Advances in psychosomatic medicine, Basel & New York, 1967.
  • Folder 4: “The effects of early life experiences on developmental processes and susceptibility to disease in animals,” IN: Minnesota symposia on child psychology, Minneapolis, 1970.
  • Folder 5: “The post-natal development of phenotype,” IN: Symposium of the Czechoslovak Academic of Sciences, Liblice 1967. Prague & London, 1970.
  • Folder 6: “Early experience and susceptibility to disease: the case of gastric erosions,” IN: Ethnology and development, London, 1973.
  • Folder 7: “Early experience and hormones: emotional behavior and adrenocortical function,” IN: Hormonal correlates of behavior, New York, 1975.
  • Folder 8: “Psychosomatic research in animals,” IN: Modern trends in psychosomatic medicine, London & Boston, 1976.
  • Folder 9: “Behavioral influences on immune responses,” IN: Perspectives on behavioral medicine, New York, 1980.
  • Folder 10: “Stress and illness: immune processes,” IN: Research on stress in health and disease, [S.l., 198?].
  • Folder 11: “Antibodies and learning: a new dimension,” IN: The immune system, Basel, 1981.
  • Folder 12: “Conditioned immunopharmacologic responses” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, New York, 1981.
  • Folder 13: “A historical account of conditioned immunobiologic responses,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, New York, 1981.
  • Folder 14: “The effects of ‘stress’ and conditioning on immune responses,” IN: Phenomenology and treatment of psychophysiological disorders, New York, 1982.
  • Folder 15: “Behavioral conditioning and immunity,” IN: Immunoregulation, New York, 1983.
  • Folder 16: “Behavioral conditioning and the immune system,” IN: Emotions in health and illness, New York, 1983.
  • Folder 17: “Behaviorally conditioned modulation of immunity,” IN: Neural modulation of immunity, New York, 1984.

Box Forty-Four - Publications/Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: “Behavior and the immune system,” IN: Handbook of behavioral medicine, New York & London, 1984.
  • Folder 2: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Breakdown in human adaptation to stress. The Hague, 1984.
  • Folder 3: “Psychoneuroimmunologic contributions to the study of rheumatic diseases,” IN: Immunology of rheumatic diseases, New York, 1984.
  • Folder 4: “Conditioned immunopharmacological effects in animals: implications for a conditioning model of pharmacotherapy,” IN: Placebo: theory, research and mechanisms, New York, 1985.
  • Folder 5: Foundations of psychoneuroimmunology, New York, 1985.
  • Folder 6: Foundations of psychoneuroimmunology, New York, 1985.
  • Folder 7: “Adrenocortical steroids in the conditioned suppression and enhancement of immune responses,” IN: Hormones and immunity, Boston, 1986.
  • Folder 8: “The central nervous system and learning: feedforward regulation of immune responses,: IN: Pituitary function and immunity, Boca Raton, 1986.
  • Folder 9: Health, behavior and disease. Kalamazoo, 1986.
  • Folder 10: “Psychoneuroimmunology: developmental perspectives,” IN: Child health behavior, New York, 1986.
  • Folder 11: “Verhalten und Immunsystem: Konditionierung und ihre Auswirkungen,” IN: Psychosomatische Medizin, Munich, 1986.

Box Forty-Five - Publications/Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: “Conditioned immune responses: adrenocortical influences,” IN: Progress in brain research, Amsterdam, 1987.
  • Folder 2: “The placebo effect as a conditioned response,” IN: Experimental foundations of behavioral medicine, Hillsdale, N.J., 1988.
  • Folder 3: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Current concepts, Kalamazoo, 1988.
  • Folder 4: “Interactions between the brain and the immune system,” IN: Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology, Palo Alto, 1989.
  • Folder 5: A primer of psychoneuroimmunology (1989-1992)
  • Folder 6: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: ?? (1989)
  • Folder 7: “Behavior in autoimmune mice,” IN: International perspectives on self-regulation and health, New York, 1990.
  • Folder 8: “Behavioral adaptations in autoimmune disease-susceptible mice,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, 2nd ed., New York, 1991.
  • Folder 9: “Behavioral and immunological evidence of reciprocal signaling between the immune system and the central nervous system,” IN: Peripheral signaling of the brain, Toronto, 1991.
  • Folder 10: “Behavioral regulation of immune processes,” IN: Encyclopedia of immunology, London, 1991.
  • Folder 11: “Central neural circuits involved in neural-immune interactions,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, 2nd ed. New York, 1991.
  • Folder 12: “The influence of conditioning on immune responses,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, 2nd ed. New York, 1991.
  • Folder 13: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Encyclopedia of human biology, San Diego, 1991.
  • Folder 14: “Behavioral responses to cyclophosphamide in animals with autoimmune disease,” IN: Stress and disease processes, Hillsdale, N.J., 1992.
  • Folder 15: “Conditioned responses,” IN: Healing and the mind, New York, 1993.

Box Forty-Six - Publications/Book Chapters

  • Folder 1: “Stress-induced modulation of immune function in mice,” IN: Handbook of human stress and immunity, San Diego, 1994.
  • Folder 2: “Foreword” to: Stress, the immune system and psychiatry, Chichester, 1995.
  • Folder 3: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Basic and clinical immunology, New York, 1995.
  • Folder 4: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Yearbook of science and technology, New York, 1995.
  • Folder 5: “Historical perspectives on psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, stress and infection, Boca Raton, 1996.
  • Folder 6: “Psychoneuroimmunology: interactions between the brain and the immune system,” Neuropsychiatry, Philadelphia, 1996.
  • Folder 7: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Encyclopedia of human biology, 2nd ed., San Diego, 1997.
  • Folder 8: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Encyclopedia of mental health, San Diego, 1997.
  • Folder 9: “The role of conditioning in pharmacotherapy,” IN: Placebo, Cambridge, Ma., 1997.
  • Folder 10: “Behavioral regulation of immunity,” IN: Encyclopedia of immunology, Philadelphia, 1998.
  • Folder 11: “Foreword” to collection tentatively titled “Stress and disease processes” edited by Carlos Luchina and to have been published at Buenos Aires ca. 1998.
  • Folder 12: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: Elsevir’s encyclopedia of neuroscience. 2nd ed. Amsterdam, 1999.
  • Folder 13: “Psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, Amsterdam, 1999.
  • Folder 14: “Conditioning and immunity,” IN: Psychoneuroimmunology, San Diego, 2001.
  • Folder 15: “Biopsychosocial research: psychoneuroimmunology,” IN: The biopsychosocial approach, Rochester, N.Y., 2003.

Box Forty-Seven - Miscellaneous

  • Folder 1: Publicity: correspondence (1969-1983)
  • Folder 2: Publicity: correspondence (1984-1989)
  • Folder 3: Publicity: correspondence (1992-1994)
  • Folder 4: Publicity: correspondence (2001-2009)
  • Folder 5: Publicity: correspondence (1996-1999)
  • Folder 6: Publicity: articles (1980-1984)
  • Folder 7: Publicity: articles (1985-2000)
  • Folder 8: The effects of early experience on subsequent emotionality and resistance to stress. Doctoral thesis, Cornell University, Sept. 1957.

Box Forty-Eight - Miscellaneous

  • Folder 1: Talks (1970s-1980s)
  • Folder 2: Talks (1990s)
  • Folder 3: Talks (1995-2007)
  • Folder 4: Talks (after 1995)
  • Folder 5: Talks (after 1995)

Box Forty-Nine - Miscellaneous

The contents of this box are closed to the public until the year 2030:

  • Letters of recommendation, internal
  • Letters of recommendation, external
  • Grant application reviews

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