Andrew Salter (1914-1996) Founding Behavior Therapist

Andrew Salter, who for almost six decades conducted a successful private practice in Manhattan, New York, died from cancer on October 7, 1996, at the age of 82. Born in […]... More>


Austin H. Riesen (1913-1996) Sensory Deprivation Pioneer

The uncommonly kind and gentle manner of Austin Herbert Riesen seemed almost a contradiction to the force and influence that he and his pioneering work in sensory deprivation and brain […]... More>


Robert S. Harper (1922-1996) Teacher, Mentor, and Scholar

Robert S(tevens) Harper died on August 14, 1996, in Charleston, South Carolina. He was a Fellow of the American Psychological Society and widely known and respected for his continuous active […]... More>

Thirteen Ideas to Help Computerize Your Course

Whether you’re a computer neophyte or computer guru, you will find here ideas for some useful high-tech supplements to traditional education methods, and we hope to persuade you to explore […]... More>

FY 1997 Senate Appropriations Report: Excerpts From Report 104-368

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH The Committee is concerned about the future supply of the Nation’s health researchers, and believes that NIH [must] continue efforts to ensure a stable supply of […]... More>