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Ogden Lindsley Vita and Publications

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Ogden R. Lindsley Vita and Publications--dated 1997

 


Vita dated 1997

Author: Ogden R. Lindsley

From Internet Archive

 

• BORN: 11 August 1922, Providence, Rhode Island.

• MILITARY SERVICE:

• 1942-45 USAAF, 15th Air Force, 98 Bomb Group. Air Combat ETO, POW Germany.

• Engineer-Gunner, Sergeant. Air Medal, POW Medal, Purple Heart OLC.

 

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• EDUCATION:

• 1948 A.B. Highest Honors in Psychology, Brown University.

• 1950 Sc.M. Experimental Psychology, Brown University.

• 1957 Ph.D. Psychology, Harvard University.

 

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• PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

• 1946-48 Teaching Assistant in Psychology, Brown University.

• 1948-50 Graduate Assistant in Psychology, Brown University.

• 1950-51 Research Assistant in Psychology, Brown University.

• 1951-52 Teaching Fellow in Psychology, Harvard University.

• 1952-53 Asst. Principal Investigator, AEC Project, Boston Univ. Medical School.

• 1953-56 Director, Behavior Research Lab., Harvard Medical School.

• 1953-56 Research Fellow in Psychology, Harvard Medical School.

• 1956-61 Research Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.

• 1961-65 Associate in Psychology, Harvard Medical School.

• 1965-71 Director of Educational Research, CRU, K.U. Medical Center.

• 1965-71 Research Associate, Bureau of Child Research, University of Kansas.

• 1965-71 Professor of Education, University of Kansas (Special Education).

• 1971-90 Professor of Education, University of Kansas (Educational Administration).

• 1990 Professor Emeritus of Education, University of Kansas.

 

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• CERTIFICATION:

• 1964 Massachusetts Board of Certification in Psychology (#226).

• 1971 Precision Teacher Trainer, Bd. Certification (#71001-T).

• 1971 Diploma in School Psychology, Amer. Bd. Prof. Psychology (#2560).

• 1972 Clinical Fellow, Behavior Therapy and Research Society.

• 1982 Certified Behavior Analyst, Association for Behavior Analysis.

 

 

• AWARDS:

• 1962 Hofheimer Research Prize, American Psychiatric Association.

• 1964 Golden Plate Award, American Academy of Achievement.

• 1994 Outstanding Contributor, Northern California Association for Behavior Analysis.

 

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• EDITORIAL BOARDS:

• 1963-64 American Journal of Mental Deficiency.

• 1963-67 Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice.

• 1957-67 Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior.

• 1968-71 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

• 1970-73 Behavior Therapy.

• 1971-73 Journal of Autism and Childhood Schizophrenia.

• 1980-82 The Behavior Analyst.

• 1963-82 Behavior Research and Therapy.

• 1970- Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry.

• 1980- Journal of Precision Teaching.

• 1995- Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.

 

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• ACADEMIC CONSULTANTSHIPS:

• 1957-58 Age Center of New England, Boston, Mass.

• 1958-60 Animal Aid Foundation, Dedham, Mass.

• 1958-60 Human Resources Research Office, Fort Benning, Ga.

• 1961-63 Cambridge Consultants, Cambridge, Mass.

• 1963-64 Cushing Hospital, Framingham, Mass.

• 1964-65 Wrentham State School, Wrentham, Mass.

• 1960-65 Anesthesia Dept. New England Center Hospital, Boston, Mass.

• 1963-71 Walter E. Fernald State School, Waverly, Mass.

• 1966-72 V.A. Hospital, Topeka, Kansas.

• 1966-72 Kansas State Department of Instruction, Topeka, Kansas.

• 1967-71 Johnny Appleseed School, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

• 1971-76 Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon.

• 1973-80 Spaulding Youth Center, Tilton, New Hampshire.

• 1972-89 Great Falls School District, Great Falls, Montana.

• 1976- Behavior Research Institute, Providence, Rhode Island.

• 1978- Quinte Learning Center, Belleville, Ontario.

• 1981- Morningside Learning Center, Seattle, Washington.

• 1991- Haughton Learning Center, Napa, California

 

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• CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

• 1953-65 Private practice in Clinical Psychology, Waltham, Mass.

• 1953-65 Treatment of schizophrenic children and adults, Harvard Medical School, Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham, Mass.

• 1963-64 Clinical Advisor in Geriatrics, Cushing Hospital, Framingham, Mass.

• 1965-72 Training parents of retarded and autistic children, University of Kansas Medical

• Center, Kansas City, Kansas.

• 1966-72 Advised clinical staff, V.A. Hospital, Topeka, Kansas.

• 1973-80 Consultant clinical training, Spaulding Youth Center, Tilton, New Hampshire.

• 1976- Clinical Advisor, Behavior Research Institute, Providence, Rhode Island.

• 1981- Clinical Advisor, Sherwood Center for Autistic Children, Kansas City, Missouri.

 

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• VISITING FACULTY:

• 1985-86 Visiting Scholar, Psychology Dept.,Harvard University.

• 1990 Distinguished Guest Faculty, Education, Ohio State University.

 

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• SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:

• Former:

• 1951-68 Eastern Psychological Association.

• 1952-68 American Association for the Advancement of Science.

• 1954-65 Massachusetts Society of State Psychologists.

• 1957-65 Massachusetts Society for Research in Psychiatry.

• 1957-68 Behavioral Pharmacology Society, Charter member.

• 1958-67 Ecological Society of America.

• 1959-72 Eastern Psychiatric Research Association, Member.

• 1959-65 Massachusetts Psychological Association.

• 1960-69 Psychonomic Society.

• 1960-83 American Association on Mental Deficiency, Fellow

• 1963-75 Psychologists Interested in Advancement of Psychotherapy, Member.

• 1963-84 American Association for Humanistic Psychology.

• 1964-70 Society for Research in Child Development.

• 1964-80 National Association for Gifted Children.

• 1964-83 Midwestern Psychological Association.

• 1964-86 Council for Exceptional Children.

• 1965-84 American Orthopsychiatric Association, Fellow.

• 1967-84 American Academy on Mental Retardation.

• 1972-85 National Association of School Psychologists.

• 1976-84 Amer. Assoc. Education of Severe & Profoundly Handicapped.

• 1976-87 American Association of School Administrators.

 

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• Current:

• 1948- Sigma Xi. Associate 1948, Member 1952.

• 1948- American Psychological Association, Affiliate 1948,

• Associate 1951, Member 1958, Fellow 1963, Life 1988.

• Divisions 6, 10, 12 (Member), Divisions 3, 22, 25 (Fellow).

• 1957- Society for Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Founder.

• 1960- American Psychopathological Association, Member..

• 1961- Pavlovian Society of America, Member.

• 1962- Society for Biological Psychiatry, Member.

• 1970- Behavior Therapy and Research Soc., Charter Member.

• 1970- World Future Society, Life Member.

• 1974- Association for Behavior Analysis, Member.

• 1984- Society for Applied Learning Technology, Member.

• 1987- Internat. Assoc. for Right to Effective Treatment, Charter Member.

• 1987- National Society for Performance and Instruction, Member.

• 1988- American Psychological Society, Charter Member.

 

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• INDUSTRIAL POSITIONS:

• 1985-86 Production Manager, BehaviorTech Incorporated, Lawrence, Kansas.

• 1960- President and CEO, Behavior Research Company, Kansas City, Kansas.

• 1983- President, Zero Brothers Software, Poland, Ohio.

 

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• INDUSTRIAL CONSULTANTSHIPS:

• 1958-62 American Banking Association, New York, New York.

• 1958-65 Merck, Sharpe and Dohme, Philadephia, Pennsylvania.

• 1968-72 Computer Tutors Corporation, New York, New York.

• 1971-74 EBSCO Corporation, San Francisco, California.

• 1973-76 International Management Systems, Kansas City, Missouri.

• 1985-92 BehaviorTech Incorporated, Dallas, Texas.

• 1982- Mammatech Corporation, Gainesville, Florida.

• 1988- Thomas Group, Irving, Texas.

• 1992- Aubrey Daniels Associates, Tucker, Georgia

• 1994- Citibank, New York, N.Y.

 

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• BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:

• 1957-59 Secretary-Treasurer, Society for the Experimental Analysis Behavior.

• 1959-60 Mental Health Research Training, Harvard Medical School.

• 1962-63 Mental Health Research Directors, Commonwealth of Mass.

• 1957-68 Board of Directors, Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.

• 1966-70 Founder and Board of Directors, Big Brothers of Kansas City.

• 1969-72 Board of Directors, National Association for Gifted Children.

• 1981-87 Certification Board, Association for Behavior Analysis.

• 1983-86 National Committee on Follow up on Follow Through.

• 1984-88 Council, International Association for Behavior Analysis.

• 1991- International Institute for Advocacy for School Children,

 

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• ADVISORY COUNCILS:

• 1965-69 Advisory Council, Kansas Association for Retarded Children.

• 1971- Professional Advisory Board, Autism Society of America.

• 1982- Advisory Board, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.

• 1982- Council, International Association for Precision Teaching.

 

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• PRESIDENCIES:

• 1969-70 President, National Association for Gifted Children.

• 1985-86 President, International Association for Behavior Analysis.

• 1993-95 President, Standard Celeration Society.

 

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• PUBLICATIONS

• In APA form with author's name so user need only copy and paste and convert underline to italics if desired.

1. Lindsley, O. R. (1948). The effect of feeding position on the formation of handedness in rats. Unpublished honors thesis receiving "Highest Honors," Brown University, Providence, RI.

2. Lindsley, O. R. (1950). Neural components of the chorda tympani of the rat. Unpublished masters thesis, Brown University, Providence, RI.

3. Lindsley, O. R. (1957). Conditioned suppression of behavior in the dog and some sodium pentobarbital effects. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.

4. Lindsley, O. R. (1955). Another suggestion about abstracts of unpublished papers. American Psychologist, 10, 216-217.

5. Lindsley, O. R. (1956). Operant conditioning methods applied to research in chronic schizophrenia. Psychiatric Research Reports, 5, pp.118-139.

6. Lindsley, O. R. (1957). Operant behavior during sleep: A measure of depth of sleep. Science, 126, 1290-1292.

7. Lindsley, O. R. (1958). An easily copied ink for graphic recorders. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1, 14.

8. Lindsley, O. R. (1958). Intermittent grading. The Clearing House, 32, 451-454.

9. Lindsley, O. R. (1958). Edge-marking of recording papers to eliminate confusion of records. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1, 178.

10. Lindsley, O. R. (1959). Reduction in rate of vocal psychotic symptoms by differential positive reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 2, 269.

 

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11. Lindsley, O. R. (1960). Characteristics of the behavior of chronic psychotics as revealed by free-operant conditioning methods. Diseases of the Nervous System, Monograph supplement), 21, 66-78.

12. Lindsley, O. R. (1962). Operant conditioning methods in diagnosis. In J. H. Nodine & J. H. Moyer (Eds.), Psychosomatic medicine: The first Hahnemann symposium (pp. 41-54), Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger.

13. Lindsley, O. R. (1962). Operant conditioning techniques in the measurement of psychopharmacologic response. In J. H. Nodine & J. H. Moyer (Eds.), Psychosomatic medicine: The first Hahnemann symposium (pp. 373-383), Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger.

14. Lindsley, O. R. (1962). A behavioral measure of television viewing. Journal of Advertising Research, 2, 2-12.

15. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Man as He Behaves. 16 mm black and white sound film, 28 minutes. Kansas City, KS: Precision Media, P. O. Box 3222.

16. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Rejoinder to Sicher: Evaluation or procrastination?. Journal of Advertising Research, 3, 47-49.

17. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Direct measurement and functional definition of vocal hallucinatory symptoms. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 136, 3, 293-297.

18. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Free-operant conditioning and psychotherapy In J. H. Masserman (Ed.), Current psychiatric therapies, Vol. 3, (pp. 47-56). New York: Grune and Stratton.

19. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Experimental analysis of social reinforcement: Terms and methods. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 33, 624-633.

20. Lindsley, O. R. (1963). Mind revisited. Review of S. M. Farber and R. H. Wilson (Eds.) Control of mind: man and civilization.New York: Mcgraw-Hill. Contemporary Psychology, 8, 350-352.

 

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21. Lindsley, O. R. (1964). Discussion of "Pavlovian conditioning and American psychiatry". In G. Razran and W. H. Bridger, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Symposium, 9, 206-211.

22. Lindsley, O. R. (1964). Geriatric behavior prosthetics. In R. Kastenbaum (Ed.), New thoughts on old age. New York: Springer.

23. Lindsley, O. R. (1964). Direct measurement and prosthesis of retarded behavior. Journal of Education, 147, 62-81.

24. ??? Also in Curriculum Bulletin, 1969, 25(303), 1-31

25. Lindsley, O. R. (1965). Can deficiency produce specific superiority - the challenge of the idiot savant. Exceptional Children, 31, 225-232.

26. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). Mid-median test of exact probability. Unpublished manuscript. University of Kansas, Lawrence.

27. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). Functional determination of p values Unpublished manuscript. University of Kansas, Lawrence.

28. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). Operant research across graduated classrooms. Paper read at annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto, Canada.

29. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). Experimental analysis of cooperation and competition. In T. Verhave (Ed.), The experimental analysis of behavior: Vol 1. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 470-501.

30. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). Consultant's comment in classroom incident feature. National Education Association Journal, Oct, 58-74.

 

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31. Lindsley, O. R. (1966). An experiment with parents handling behavior at home. In J. J. Parnicky (Ed.), A Johnstone bulletin, (Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 27-36). Bordentown, NJ: Edward R. Johnstone Training and Research Center.

32. Lindsley O. R. (1966) Discussion of Dr. Homme's paper. In N. G. Haring and R. J. Whelan (Eds.), The Learning Environment: Relationship to Behavior Modification and Implications for Special Education Kansas Studies in Education, 16(2), 40-47.

33. Lindsley, O. R. (1967). Pinpoint, record, and consequate. (16mm color sound film) 14 minutes. Kansas City, KS: Precision Media, P. O. Box 3222..

34. Lindsley, O. R. (1967). The Sunday box. (16mm color sound film) 14 minutes. Kansas City, KS: Precision Media, P. O. Box 3222.

35. Lindsley, O. R. (1968) A reliable wrist counter for recording behavior rates. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1, 77-78.

36. Lindsley, O. R. (1968) Training parents and teachers to precisely manage children's behavior. In Special education colloquium (pp. 42-53). Flint MI: C. S. Mott Foundation.

37. Lindsley, O. R. (1969). Direct behavioral analysis of psychotherapy sessions by conjugately programmed closed-circuit television. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice, 6, 71-81.

38. Lindsley, O. R. (1969). The secret life of William James. In R. B. MacLeod (Ed.), William James: unfinished business (pp. 35-43). Washington, D.C. The American Psychological Association.

39. Lindsley, O.R. (1969). Response rate: The criterion of free-operant conditioning. In C.B Ferster (Chair) Recent Work on Human Behavior. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, (proceedings p. 989).

40. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). Charting Behavior: Newscast '70. 16mm color sound film, Kansas City, KS: Precision Media, P. O. Box 3222.

 

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41. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). Procedures in common described by a common language. In C. Neuringer & J. L. Michael (Eds.), Behavior modification in clinical psychology (pp. 221-236). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.

42. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). Children are not retarded. In G. A. Fargo, C. Behrns, & P. Nolen (Eds.), Behavior modification in the classroom (pp. 310-316). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

43. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). Theoretical basis of behavior modification. Professionalism versus field commitment in psychology and education. In W.C. Becker (Ed.), An empirical basis for change in education. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

44. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). How to count. In C. China, A.S.,Gross, J. Milby, & L. Peterson (Eds.), Proceedings of third annual behavior modification institute (pp. 8-38). Tuscaloosa: AL.

45. Lindsley, O. R. (1970). Protege to behaver. Behaviorgrams, 1, 39.

46. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Student overhead projection. Behaviorgrams, 1, 59.

47. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Problems teaching rate. Behaviorgrams, 1, 60.

48. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Multiply-Divide scale. Behaviorgrams, 1, 64.

49. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Decision making from descriptive system. Behaviorgrams, 1, 93.

50. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Complete and partial record comparison. Behaviorgrams, 1, 107.

 

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51. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Theoretical basis for behavior modification. In Pitts, C.E. (Ed.) Operant Conditioning in the Classroom. New York: T. Y. Crowell.

52. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Precision Teaching in perspective: An interview with Ogden R. Lindsley, Ann Duncan interviewer. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3(3), 114-119.

53. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). The beautiful future of school psychology: advising teachers. In M.C. Reynolds (Ed.) Proceedings of the Conference on Psychology and the Process of Schooling in the Next Decade: Alternative Conceptions (pp. 116-120). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Dept. of AudioVisual Extension.

54. Lindsley, O. R. (1971). Precise behavioral management system. In M.C. Reynolds (Ed.) Proceedings of the Conference on Psychology and the Process of Schooling in the Next Decade: Alternative Conceptions (pp. 121-130). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Dept. of AudioVisual Extension.

55. Lindsley, O. R. (1972). My new job is: Educational administration. Behaviorgrams, 1, 119.

56. Lindsley, O. R. (1972). Celeration goal symbol. Behaviorgrams, 1, 123.

57. Lindsley, O. R. (1972). Projects wanted: Advisory supervision and agency projects. Behaviorgrams, 1, 133.

58. Lindsley, O. R. (1972). From Skinner to Precision Teaching: The child knows best. In J. B. Jordan & L. S. Robbins (Eds.), Let's try doing something else kind of thing: Behavioral principles and the exceptional child (pp. 1-11). Arlington, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

59. Lindsley, O. R. (1977). What we know that ain't so. Invited address, Third Convention Midwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

60. Lindsley, O.R. (1979). Teaching parents to modify their children's behavior. In L. E. Arnold (Ed.), Helping parents help their children (pp. 83-90). New York: Bruner-Mazel.

 

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61. Lindsley, O. R. (1978). What did it mean to be a behavior therapist?. The Counseling Psychologist, 7, 45-48.

62. Lindsley, O.R. (1979). Rate of response futures. In H.J. Sepler (Chair) The History and Future of Rate of Response. Invited Symposium conducted at the fifth annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Dearborn, Michigan, June 1979.

63. Lindsley, O.R. (1982, May). Paper presented in M. Maloney (Chair) Engelmann & Lindsley in the classroom: The best of both worlds. Symposium conducted at the eighth annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, WI.

64. Lindsley, O.R. (1982 May). Is rate of response a universal datum? Yes! In S. Graf (Chair), Is Rate of Response a Universal Datum? Symposium conducted at the eighth annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee, WI.

65. Lindsley, O. R. (1983). Say reward, relief, punishment or penalty. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(4), 100-101.

66. Lindsley, O. R. (1984). Free/abbreviate, free/write, and free/say. Journal of Precision Teaching, 4(3), 74-75.

67. Lindsley, O.R. (1984 May). The political coverup of behavior analysis in education: Follow Through. Symposium (Chair & Discussant) conducted at the tenth annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.

68. Lindsley, O. R. (1985 May) Quantified trends in the results of behavior analysis. 1985 ABA Presidential address. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville TN.

69. Lindsley, O. R. (Chair). (1985 August) Follow-Up on Follow Through. Symposium conducted at the 93rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

70. Lindsley, O. R. (1986). In memoriam: Eric C. Haughton 1934-1985. The Behavior Analyst, 9, 241-242.

 

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71. Lindsley, O. R. (1987). The ABA humanitarian awards for the right to effective treatment: presentations to Robert A. Sherman and Claudia and Leo Soucy. The Behavior Analyst, 10(2), 241-242.

72. Lindsley, O. R. (1990). Precision teaching: By teachers for children. Teaching Exceptional Children, 22(3), 10-15.

73. Lindsley, O. R. (1990). Our aims, discoveries, failures, and problem. Journal of Precision Teaching, 7(2), 7-17.

74. Lindsley, O. R. (1990 November). Sharing key charts that taught us most over 25 years. Keynote address at the 9th International Precision Teaching Conference, Boston, MA.

75. Lindsley, O. R. (1990 May). The free operant yields both frequency and ratio probabilities. In S. Graf, (Chair), Can we measure the probability of a free operant? Panel conducted at the 16th Annual Conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.

76. Lindsley, O. R. (1991). Precision Teaching's unique legacy from B. F. Skinner. Journal of Behavioral Education, 1(2), 253-266.

77. Lindsley, O. R. (1991). B. F. Skinner (1904-1990): Thank You, Grandpa Fred! Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), Spring, 5-11.

78. Lindsley, O. R. (1991). Skinner's impact on Education. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), Spring, 58-60.

79. Lindsley, O. R. (1991). From technical jargon to plain English for application. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 24, 449-458.

80. Lindsley, O. R. (1991). B. F. Skinner - Mnemonic for his contributions to Precision Teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(2), Fall, 2-7.

 

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81. Lindsley, O. R. (1992). Why aren't effective teaching tools widely adopted? Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25, 21-26.

82. Lindsley, O. R. (1992). Precision Teaching: discoveries and effects. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25, 51-57.

83. Lindsley, O. R. (1992). Skinner on measurement: Kansas City , KS: Precision Media.

84. Lindsley, O. R. (1993). Our discoveries over 28 years. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), Spring, 2-7.

85. Lindsley, O. R. (1994). My early days of Behavior Analysis with Skinner: Light and heavy memories. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), Spring, 4-6.

86. Lindsley, O. R. (1994). Peaches and lemons aid clinical discovery. Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), Spring, 7-11.

87. Lindsley, O. R. (1994). California, thanks a ton! Journal of Precision Teaching, 11(2), Spring, 12-13.

88. Lindsley, O. R. (1994). "Point/see/say" or "slide/see/say" learning channels. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 2-7.

89. Lindsley, O. R. (1994). Gunter's line - standard celeration chart ancestor, not Napier's logs or bones. Journal of Precision Teaching, 12(1), 97-104.

90. Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Do, Don't, How; and Did, Didn't, Why? Performance & Instruction, 34(2), 23-27.

 

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91. Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Ten products of fluency. Journal of Precision Teaching, 13(1), 2-11.

92. Lindsley, O. R. (1995). Lindsley's 1995 unteaching citation to Sesame Street. Journal of Precision Teaching, 13(1), 12.

93. Lindsley, O. R. (1996). Tom Gilbert, 1927-1995. The ABA Newsletter,, 19(1), 4-6. Kalamazoo, Michigan: Western Michigan University, the Association for Behavior Analysis.

94. Lindsley, O. R. (1996). In memoriam: Thomas F. Gilbert (1927-1995) The Behavior Analyst, 19(1), 11-18.

95. Lindsley, O. R. (1996). Is fluency free-operant response-response chaining? The Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 211-224.

96. Lindsley, O. R. (1996). The four free-operant freedoms. The Behavior Analyst, 19(2), 199-210.

97. Lindsley, O. R. (1997). Performance is easy to monitor and hard to measure. In R. Kaufman, S. Thiagarajan, & P. MacGillis (Eds.). The guidebook for performance improvement: Working with individuals and organizations. (pp.519-559). San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer, Jossey-Bass.

98. Lindsley, O. R. (in press). Precise instructional design.: Guidelines from Precision Teaching. In C. Dills & A Romiszowski (Eds), Instructional development.: State of the art. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

99. Lindsley, O. R. & Lindsley, M. (1951). The reinforcing effect of auditory stimuli on operant behavior in the human infant. Paper read at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Atlantic City, N. J., March 1952.

100. Lindsley, O. R., & Verplanck, W. S. (1952). Water ingestion as a function of previous food and water deprivation. American Psychologist, 7, 257.

 

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101. Lindsley, O. R., & Jetter, W. W. (1953). The temporary elimination of discrimination and fear by sodium pentobarbital injections (dog). American Psychologist , 8, 390.

102. Lindsley, O. R., & Skinner, B. F. (1954). A method for the experimental analysis of the behavior of psychotic patients. American Psychologist, 9, 419-420.

103. Lindsley, O. R. & Conran, P. (1962). Operant behavior during EST: A measure of depth of coma. Diseases of the Nervous System, 23, 407-409.

104. Lindsley, O. R., Hobika, J. H., & Etsten, B. E. (1961). Operant behavior during anesthesia recovery: A continuous and objective method. Anesthesiology, 22, 937-946.

105. Lindsley, O. R., & Humphrey, J. E. (Interviewer). (1982). Ogden Lindsley on education. The Behavioral Educator, III(3), 1-6.

106. Lindsley, O. R., Koenig, C. H., Nichol, J. B. (1969). Handbook of precise behavior facts: Listings of the first thousand published precise behavior management projects. Kansas City, Kansas: Precision Behavior Communications, P. O. Box 3937.

107. Lindsley, O. R., Koenig, C. H., Nichol, J. B., Kanter, D. B., & Young, N. A. (1971). Handbook of precise behavior facts: Listings of the first twelve thousand published precise behavior management projects. Kansas City, Kansas: Precision Media. 2 volumes.

108. Lindsley, O.R., & Lindsley, J. (1969). The Behavior Seal--a practical recording device. Behavior Research and Therapy.

109. Lindsley, O. R., Graf, S., & Auman, J. (1993). Using Graphics PracticeSheeter™. Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), Spring, 18-19.

110. Lindsley, O. R., Calkin, A. B., & White, O. R. (1993). How to numerically and graphically summarize learning across classrooms, schools, and published Precision Teaching studies (Metacharting). Journal of Precision Teaching, 10(2), Spring, 46-53.

 

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111. Lindsley, O., & Lindsley, N. (1993). Winning first place in 1/4 ton WWII factory class at Phoenix: There is no finish line. Army Motors, 64, 50-52.

112. Lindsley, O. R., & Rosales-Ruiz, J. (1984 May)). Standard celeration meta-charting of overcorrection literature. In W. L. Heward (chair), Exploring and assessing response deceleration procedures. Symposium conducted at the 10th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN.

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