M.D., is Professor of Psychology and Biobehavior Sciences,
a member of the Brain Research Institute, and Director of
the Non-Human Primate Laboratory at the Universityof
Angeles). He is also Research
Director of the Gruter Institute for Low and Behavioral
Research. His research interests are focused on evolutionary
approaches to social behavior. The publications include the
books: The Saint Kitts Vervet, Reconstruction in
Psychoanalysis, Ethological Psychiatry, and Darwinian
Psychiatry. He was the founding editor of the journal
Ethology and Sociobiology from 1979.
This will be his first participation in
Human Ethology Schools in Russia. The topics of his lecture
set are Status, information, and physiology: 1.
The history of a finding, 2. Where the finding led,
and 3. Current outlook