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Victor G. Laties, Ph.D.

Biographical IntroductionVictor G. Laties, Ph.D.

Victor Gregory Laties, Ph.D. was an important figure in the development of behavioral pharmacology and behavioral toxicology over the final four decades of the 20th century. Laties’ contributions to these fields is reflected in his nearly 100 publications – journal articles, book chapters, collections of essays, etc. published between 1958 and 2011. Thirty-nine of these publications were co-authored or co-edited with Bernard Weiss, Ph.D., Laties’ friend and close colleague both at Johns Hopkins and in Rochester.

A native of Racine, Wisconsin, Laties received his undergraduate degree (psychology) from Tufts University (1949), and his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Rochester (1954). He spent a post-doctoral year (1954/55) as a Ford Foundation teaching intern at Brown University, where he developed his life-long interest in behavioral analysis. In 1955 Laties joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as an instructor in medicine (psychology). In 1961 he was made assistant professor of pharmacology and therapeutics, and in 1964 assistant professor of psychiatry. The following year Laties left Baltimore to become associate professor of radiation biology and biophysics, and of pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry in Rochester, N.Y. He was made  full professor in 1971. Laties formally retired as professor of environmental medicine, psychology and pharmacology in 1993, though he remained active in behavioral analysis and in scientific publishing. In addition to his teaching responsibilities and research at Rochester, Laties served as acting director and then director of the Toxicology Training Program (1978-80; 1980-91, 1995-96). He also directed the Environmental Studies and Industrial Hygiene Programs between 1982 and 2001.

Laties was very active in the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. He served on its board of directors between 1966-73, 1976-83, 1985-92, 1995-2002, and 2004-12. He was especially active in editing and publishing the Society’s two periodicals. Laties was on the board of editors of the Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior (JEAB) from 1962 to 1966, served as executive editor from 1966, and edited the journal from 1973 to 1976. He was also executive editor of the Journal of applied behavior analysis (JABA) from 1966. This activity is reflected in the material on JEAB and JABA in Boxes 1-7 of the Laties collection.

Laties also served on the editorial boards of the Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics (1965-71), Psychopharmacology (1968-78, 1981-89), The Behavior analyst (1980-82), and Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology (1992-98). He was a member of advisory and research review committees for the National Institutes of Health, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Library of Medicine, the American Public Health Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, and other organizations. Laties was a fellow of the American Psychological Association from 1953 and served as president of the Division of Psychopharmacology (1968-69), president of the Division of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1979-82), and in other capacities.

Organization of the Laties Papers

The Laties collection is divided into six series:

Scientific Publishing (Boxes 1-7): The largest series in the collection, this material pertains to every aspect of the publication of the Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior (JEAB), and to a lesser extent, the publishing of the Journal of applied behavior analysis (JABA). These files include correspondence on every aspect of the journals’ operation – from editorial decisions to production, finance, circulation, etc. Many of Laties’ correspondents were important figures in behavioral psychology. Their correspondence often provides interesting asides on this specialty. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

Reviews of Articles Submitted to Journals (Boxes 8-9): This series includes reviews that Laties was asked to referee of articles submitted to such journals as JEAB, Psychopharmacologia, The Behavior analyst, The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, etc. between 1963 and 1982. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

Publications (Boxes 10-13): At the time these materials were transferred to the Miner Library, Laties’ reprint collection was incomplete. Most of the reprints of his journal articles, book chapters and reviews are present, however. Some of the files include correspondence on these publications. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

Oral Presentations (Box 14): A doubtless incomplete series of oral presentations delivered at conferences, seminars, classroom lectures, etc. between 1955 and 2013. Folders 20-30 contain talks on the history of behavior analysis during the second half of the 20th century. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

Correspondence (Boxes 15-17): A small but interesting body of correspondence written or received between 1949 and the late 1990s. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

Other Files (Boxes 18-20): The files in this series reflect Laties’ involvement in various organizations, including committees on which he served within the University of Rochester. Apart from the CVs and annual reports, the files in this series are arranged alphabetically by the name of each corporate entity.

Container List

BOX ONE

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (1957)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (1958-1959)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (1960-1962)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (1963-1965)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (Apr-May 1966)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA (Jun 1966)
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA (Jul-Sep 1966)
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (Oct-Dec 1966)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Mar 1967)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (Apr-Aug 1967)
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA (Sep 1967)
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA (Oct 1967)
  • Folder 13: JEAB/JABA (Nov-Dec 1967)
  • Folder 14: JEAB/JABA (Jan 1968)
  • Folder 15: JEAB/JABA (Jan1968)
  • Folder 16: JEAB/JABA (Feb 1968)

BOX TWO

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (Mar-Apr 1968)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (May 1968)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (Jun 1968)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (Jul-Sep 1968)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (Oct 1968)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA (Nov 1968)
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA (Dec 1968)
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Mar 1969)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (Apr 1969)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (May-Aug 1969)
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA (Sep-Dec 1969)
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Mar 1970)
  • Folder 13: JEAB/JABA (Apr-May 1970)
  • Folder 14: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Dec 1970)

BOX THREE

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (Jan-May 1971)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Dec 1971)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Apr 1972)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (May-Dec 1972)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (Feb-May 1973)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Nov 1973)
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA (Jan-May 1074)
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Aug 1974)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (Sep-Dec 1974)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Apr 1975)
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA (May-Dec 1975)
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA (Jul-Dec 1976)
  • Folder 13: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Jun 1976)

BOX FOUR  

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (Jan-May 1977)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Dec 1977)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (Feb-Jun 1978)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (Jul-Dec 1978)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (1979)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA (1980)
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA (1981)
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Jul 1982)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (Aug-Dec 1982)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (Jan-May 1983)
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA (Jun-Dec 1983)
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Sep 1984)

BOX FIVE

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (Oct-Dec 1984)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (Jan-Apr 1985)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (May-Dec 1985)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (1986)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (1987)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Nathan H. Azrin
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Donald Blough
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): John J. Boren
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Joseph V. Brady
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): A. Charles Catania
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Peter B. Dews
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): James A. Dinsmoor
  • Folder 13: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Kay Dinsmore
  • Folder 14: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Marilyn Gilbert
  • Folder 15: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Richard J. Herrnstein
  • Folder 16: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Philip N. Hineline
  • Folder 17: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Fred S. Keller
  • Folder 18: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Victor Laties
  • Folder 19: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Victor Laties
  • Folder 20: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Kennon A. Lattal
  • Folder 21: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Ogden R. Lindsley
  • Folder 22: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): William H. Morse

BOX SIX

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): John A. Nevin
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Stanley Pliskoff
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): William N. Schoenfeld
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Thom Verhave
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Michael D. Zeiler
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): General correspondence
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA: Anniversary issue (1987): Page proofs
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (1988)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (1989)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (1990)
  • Folder 11: JEAB/JABA (1991)
  • Folder 12: JEAB/JABA (1992)
  • Folder 13: JEAB/JABA (1993)
  • Folder 14: JEAB/JABA (1994)
  • Folder 15: JEAB/JABA (1994-1995)

BOX SEVEN

  • Folder 1: JEAB/JABA (1996-1998)
  • Folder 2: JEAB/JABA (1999-2000)
  • Folder 3: JEAB/JABA (2001)
  • Folder 4: JEAB/JABA (2002)
  • Folder 5: JEAB/JABA (2003)
  • Folder 6: JEAB/JABA (2004)
  • Folder 7: JEAB/JABA (2005)
  • Folder 8: JEAB/JABA (2006-2007)
  • Folder 9: JEAB/JABA (2008-2009)
  • Folder 10: JEAB/JABA (2010-2011)

BOX EIGHT

  • Folder 1: Reviews of grant applications (1974-1989)
  • Folder 2: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1963, 1965)
  • Folder 3: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1966-1967)
  • Folder 4: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1968-1969)
  • Folder 5: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1970-1971)
  • Folder 6: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1972-1975)
  • Folder 7: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1976)
  • Folder 8: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1977)
  • Folder 9: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1978-1980)
  • Folder 10: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1981)
  • Folder 11: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1982)

BOX NINE

  • Folder 1: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1983-1984)
  • Folder 2: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1985-1990)
  • Folder 3: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1991-1992)
  • Folder 4: Reviews of articles submitted to journals (1994-1997)

BOX TEN

  • Folder 1: [Empty]
  • Folder 2: A critical review of the efficacy of meprobamate (Miltown, Equanil) in the treatment of anxiety (1958)
  • Folder 3: Fractional escape and avoidance on a titration schedule (1958)
  • Folder 4: Further studies on the “pharmacology” of placebo administration (1958)
  • Folder 5: Effects of meprobamate on fear and palmar sweating (1959)
  • Folder 6: Problems involved in the study of drug-modified behavior in normal humans [book ch.] (1959)
  • Folder 7: Thyroid state and working for heat in the cold (1959)
  • Folder 8: Behavior in the cold after acclimatization (1960)
  • Folder 9: Office of Naval Research. Psychological Sciences Division. Drug enhancement of performance. Washington, D.C., 1960
  • Folder 10: Magnitude of reinforcement as a variable in thermoregulatory behavior (1960)
  • Folder 11: Behavioral thermoregulation (1961)
  • Folder 12: Modification of affect, social behavior and performance by sleep deprivation and drugs (1961)
  • Folder 13: Some parameters affecting avoidance behavior (ca. 1961)
  • Folder 14: Effects of alcohol on timing behavior (1962)
  • Folder 15: Enhancement of human performance by caffeine and the amphetamines (1962)
  • Folder 16: Analgesic effects in monkeys of morphine, nalorphine, and a benzomorphan narcotic antagonist (1964)
  • Folder 17: Drug effects on the temporal patterning of behavior (1964)
  • Folder 18: Effects of amphetamine, chlorpromazine, pentobarbital, and ethanol on operant response duration (1964)
  • Folder 19: Response cost and confirming behavior (1964)
  • Folder 20: Overt “mediating” behavior during temporally spaced responding (1965)
  • Folder 21: Reinforcement schedule generated by an on-line digital computer (1965)
  • Folder 22: A computer analysis of serial interactions in spaced responding (1966)
  • Folder 23: Influence of drugs on behavior controlled by internal and external stimuli (1966)
  • Folder 24: Time as a dimension of behavior in interaction with drugs [book ch.] (1966)

BOX ELEVEN

  • Folder 1: Behavioral thermoregulation [book ch.] (1966)
  • Folder 2: Comparative pharmacology of drugs affecting behavior (1967)
  • Folder 3: Letter to the editor of the Medical Library Association bulletin (1968)
  • Folder 4: National Academy of Sciences. Effects of chronic exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide on human health, behavior, and performance. Washington, D.C., 1969
  • Folder 5: Correspondence pertaining to Laties’ contribution to Drugs and the brain, edited by Perry Black (1969)
  • Folder 6: Further observations on overt “mediating” behavior and the discrimination of time (1969)
  • Folder 7: Book review of Thompson & Shuster’s Behavioral pharmacology (1969)
  • Folder 8: Further observations on overt “mediating” behavior and the discrimination of time [book ch.] (1970)
  • Folder 9: The psychophysics of pain and analgesia in animals [book ch.] (1970)
  • Folder 10: Influence of drugs on behavior controlled by internal and external stimuli, AND Effects of amphetamine, chlorpromazine, pentobarbital, and ethanol on operant response duration, AND Effects of amphetamine, chlorpromazine, and pentobarbital on behavioral thermoregulation, AND Changes in pain tolerance and other behavior produced by salicylates [book chs.] (1970)
  • Folder 11: Effects of d-amphetamine on concurrent schedules of heat and food reinforcement (1971)
  • Folder 12: The modulation of drug effects on counting schedules of reinforcement by external discriminative stimuli [correspondence only] (1972)
  • Folder 13: National Academy of Sciences. Air quality and automobile emission control. Washington, D.C., 1974 [photocopy]

BOX TWELVE

  • Folder 1: Correspondence and contract for Behavioral toxicology edited by Weiss & Laties (1975) [volume not present]
  • Folder 2: [Empty]
  • Folder 3: Behavioral pharmacology edited by Weiss & Laties. New York, 1975
    Folder 4: Behavioral toxicity tests [book ch.] (1977)
  • Folder 5: National Academy of Sciences. Committee on Medical & Biologic Effects of Environmental Pollutants. Carbon monoxide. Washington, D.C., 1977
  • Folder 6: How operant conditioning can contribute to behavioral toxicology (1978)
  • Folder 7: Assays for behavioral toxicity: a strategy for the Environmental Protection Agency (1979)
  • Folder 8: Behavioral effects of carbon monoxide on animals and man (1979)
  • Folder 9: I.V. Zavadskii and the beginnings of behavioral pharmacology: an historical note and translation (1979)
  • Folder 10: Assessing the behavioral impact of environmental agents (1980)
  • Folder 11: The amphetamine margin in sports (1981)
  • Folder 12: Stimulus control and the effects of d-amphetamine in the rat (1981)
  • Folder 13: Neurotoxicity of methylmercury in the pigeon (1982)
  • Folder 14: Hazard identification with small numbers of animals: implications for risk assessment [book ch.] (1984)
  • Folder 15: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Revised evaluation of health effects associated with carbon monoxide exposure. Washington, D.C., 1984.

BOX THIRTEEN

  • Folder 1: [Empty]
  • Folder 2: The roles of stimulus control and reinforcement frequency in modulating the behavioral effects of d-amphetamine in the rat (1985)
  • Folder 3: Lessons from the history of behavioral pharmacology [book ch.] (1986)
  • Folder 4: Schedule-controlled behavior in behavioral toxicology [book ch.] (1986)
  • Folder 5: Control of animal pain and distress in behavioral studies that use food deprivation or aversive stimulation (1987)
  • Folder 6: Stimulus control and the development of behavioral tolerance to daily injections of d-amphetamine in the rat (1987)
  • Folder 7: Evidence of tolerance following repeated exposure to toluene [Correspondence only; unpublished?] (1988)
  • Folder 8: Taking stock: the first 25 years of the Journal of applied behavior analysis (1993)
  • Folder 9: Schedule-controlled operant behavior during the hazard identification stage of neurotoxicity risk assessment (1994)
  • Folder 10: Exposure to combined static and 60 Hz magnetic fields: failure to replicate a reported behavioral effect (1996)
  • Folder 11: Intersections [re: Fred Keller] (1996)
  • Folder 12: JEAB and JABA on the world wide web: a report to readers (1996)
  • Folder 13: 60 Hz electric fields and incandescent light as aversive stimuli controlling the behavior of rats responding under concurrent schedules of reinforcement (1998)
  • Folder 14: Pavlov and Skinner: two lives in science (an introduction to B.F. Skinner’s “Some responses to the stimulus ‘Pavlov’” (1999)
  • Folder 15: Pavlov and Skinner: two lives in science [Russian translation] (1999)
  • Folder 16: Behavior analysis and the growth of behavioral pharmacology (2003)
  • Folder 17: Cumulative quotations (2003)
  • Folder 18: The Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior at fifty” (2008)
  • Folder 19: Toxicology at the University of Rochester: from the Manhattan Project to the environmental basis of human disease (2010)
  • Folder 20: Toxicology at the University of Rochester: from the Manhattan Project to the environmental basis of human disease (2011?)

BOX FOURTEEN

  • Folder 1: Effects of alcohol on timing behavior in rat and man (195?)
  • Folder 2: The modification of emotional state and social behavior by sleep deprivation and drugs (EPA, 1955)
  • Folder 3: The modification of timing behavior by alcohol and prochlorperazine (Federation meeting, 1959)
  • Folder 4: Heat reinforcement (J.H.U., Harvard, 1960)
  • Folder 5: Temporal discrimination (1962)
  • Folder 6: Influence of an added “clock” on the sensitivity to drugs of behavior maintained by a fixed-interval schedule (1964)
  • Folder 7: [Untitled; text begins:] Many things influence how easily a particular piece of behavior is modified (Univ. of Minnesota, 1964)
  • Folder 8: Pharmacology seminar (1964)
  • Folder 9: The role of overt behavior in the discrimination of time (1965)
  • Folder 10: U. of P. psychology colloquium (1967)
  • Folder 11: Introduction to research (1967)
  • Folder 12: UR radiation biology seminar (1967)
  • Folder 13: Drug effects and stimulus control (L.A., 1970)
  • Folder 14: Effects of d-amphetamine on a concurrent schedule of heat and food reinforcement [program only] (1970)
  • Folder 15: Behavioral pharmacology (Society for Neuroscience, Houston, 1972)
  • Folder 16: Contributions of behavioral pharmacology to the experimental analysis of behavior APA, 1977)
  • Folder 17: NIMH program evaluation plan (1983)
  • Folder 18: Remarks at 20th anniversary of UR faculty senate (1983)
  • Folder 19: Remarks at meeting of Association for Behavior Analysis (1984)
  • Folder 20: Some musings on the history of behavioral pharmacology (Minnesota, 1984?)
  • Folder 21: A short history of a young society (BTS meeting, 1988)
  • Folder 22: B.F. Skinner’s influence on the development of behavioral pharmacology (APA, 1990)
  • Folder 23: B.F. Skinner’s agents of change (APA, 1991)
  • Folder 24: Interview of Victor Laties by Ronald Wood, mostly re: APA (1992)
  • Folder 25: Present at the creation of Division 28 (APA, 1992)
  • Folder 26: The context of publication for JEAB’s authors (APA, 1993)
  • Folder 27: Behavioral pharmacology through the years: the influence of psychologists on the Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics (APA, 1997)
  • Folder 28: Behavior analysis and the birth of behavioral pharmacology (APA, 2002)
  • Folder 29: Relations between behavior analysis and pharmacology (APA, 2002)
  • Folder 30: A casual history of JABA, with emphasis on the role of women (2013?)

BOX FIFTEEN

  • Folder 1: Correspondence (1949-1954)
  • Folder 2: Correspondence (1955-1959)
  • Folder 3: Correspondence (1960-1961)
  • Folder 4: Correspondence (1962-1963)
  • Folder 5: Correspondence (1964)
  • Folder 6: Correspondence (1965-1966)
  • Folder 7: Correspondence (1967)
  • Folder 8: Correspondence (Jan-Jun 1968)
  • Folder 9: Correspondence (Jul-Dec 1968)
  • Folder 10: Correspondence (Jan-Apr 1969)
  • Folder 11: Correspondence (May-Dec 1969)
  • Folder 12: Correspondence (Jan-May 1970)
  • Folder 13: Correspondence (Jun-Dec 1970)
  • Folder 14: Correspondence (Jan-May 1971)

FOLDER SIXTEEN

  • Folder 1: Correspondence (Jun-Dec 1971)
  • Folder 2: Correspondence (Jan-Mar 1972)
  • Folder 3: Correspondence (Apr-Dec 1972)
  • Folder 4: Correspondence (1973)
  • Folder 5: Correspondence (1974)
  • Folder 6: Correspondence (1975)
  • Folder 7: Correspondence (1976)
  • Folder 8: Correspondence (1977)
  • Folder 9: Correspondence (1978)
  • Folder 10: Correspondence (1979)
  • Folder 11: Correspondence (1980)
  • Folder 12: Correspondence (1981)
  • Folder 13: Correspondence (1982)
  • Folder 14: Correspondence (1983)

BOX SEVENTEEN

  • Folder 1: Correspondence (Jan-May 1984)
  • Folder 2: Correspondence (Jun-Dec 1984)
  • Folder 3: Correspondence (1985)
  • Folder 4: Correspondence (1986)
  • Folder 5: Correspondence (1987)
  • Folder 6: Correspondence (1988)
  • Folder 7: Correspondence (1989)
  • Folder 8: Correspondence (1990)
  • Folder 9: Correspondence (1992-1992)
  • Folder 10: Correspondence (1993-1994)
  • Folder 11: Correspondence (1997)
  • Folder 12: Correspondence (1998-2008)

BOX EIGHTEEN

  • Folder 1: Curricula vitae (1981-1986)
  • Folder 2: Curricula vitae (1991-2011)
  • Folder 3: VL’s contributions to departmental annual reports (1974-1990)
  • Folder 4: Certificates
  • Folder 5: Miscellanea
  • Folder 6: American Association of University Professors
  • Folder 7: American Psychological Association. Division 25 (1965-1969)
  • Folder 8: American Psychological Association. Division 25 (1970-1981)
  • Folder 9: American Psychological Association. Division 25 (1982)
  • Folder 10: American Psychological Association. Division 25 (1983)
  • Folder 11: American Psychological Association. Division 25 (1984-1991)
  • Folder 12: Association for Behavior Analysis (1974-1994)
  • Folder 13: Behavioral Pharmacology Society (1961-1969)
  • Folder 14: National Coffee Association. Report of the Behavioral Teratology Advisory Panel (1978)
  • Folder 15: National Institute on Drug Abuse (1984-1987)

BOX NINETEEN

  • Folder 1: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Psychomotor stimulants and stimulus control grant application (1988-1994)
  • Folder 2: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Psychomotor stimulants and stimulus control grant application (1988-1994)
  • Folder 3: National Library of Medicine. Permanent Paper Task Force (1988)
  • Folder 4: National Research Council. Committee on Effects of Atmospheric Contaminants on Human Health and Welfare (1968-1969)
  • Folder 5: National Research Council. Assembly of Life Sciences (1977-1980)
  • Folder 6: National Research Council. Toxicology Information Program (1982-1988)
  • Folder 7: Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Skinner Festschrift (1966-1968)
  • Folder 8: Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Skinner Festschrift (1969)
  • Folder 9: Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Skinner Festschrift (1970, 1974-1977)
  • Folder 10: Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Victor G. Laties Award
  • Folder 11: University of Rochester. Academic Affairs Committee (1979-1981)
  • Folder 12: University of Rochester. Faculty Budget Committee (1985)
  • Folder 13: University of Rochester. Faculty Budget Committee (Jan-Jun 1986)
  • Folder 14: University of Rochester. Faculty Budget Committee (Aug-Dec 1986)

BOX TWENTY

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester. Faculty Budget Committee (1987)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester. Graduate Program Committee (1983)
  • Folder 3: University of Rochester. Graduate Program Committee (1983)
  • Folder 4: University of Rochester. Graduate Program Committee (1984-1985)
  • Folder 5: University of Rochester Medical Center. Committee on Graduate Studies (1991-1993)
  • Folder 6: University of Rochester Medical Center. Committee on Graduate Studies (1994-1996)
  • Folder 7: University of Rochester Medical Center. Committee on Graduate Studies (1997-2000)
  • Folder 8: University of Rochester Medical Center. Goals Task Force (1985)
  • Folder 9: University of Rochester Medical Center. Liaison Committee on Medical Education (1983)
  • Folder 10: University of Rochester Medical Center. Radiation Biology, Biophysics & Toxicology Program brochures (1984, 1978, 1981)
  • Folder 11: University of Rochester Medical Center. Toxicology/Environmental Studies Program (1983-1986)
  • Folder 12: University of Rochester Medical Center. Toxicology/Environmental Studies Program (1986-1997)