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Brady, Joseph

Joseph V. Brady

(1922 - 2011)

 

Primary Areas of Study

 

Experimental analysis of behavior and Behavioral Pharmacology

     Interactions between behavior and physiology, pharmacology and the environment

     Drug efficiency in treatment of drug abuse

 

Links 

Website in the department of Neuroscience of Johns Hopkins University - Curriculum Vitae, personal information and recent publications (available online here)

 

Obituary for Joseph Brady

 

Joe Brady was famous for training the first chimp that went into space. The chimp's name was Ham. Here is a link to Ham's Wiki page.

 

Selected Papers

 

Selected Books

 

Media

An interview with Joseph V. Brady

 

A panel discussion also with A. Charles Catania, James Holland, Victor Laties, and Murray Sidman at the University of North Texas

 

A conversation also with, A. Charles Catania, James Holland, Victor Laties, and Murray Sidman

 

A toast to B.F. Skinner and Fred Keller also with A. Charles Catania, James Holland, Victor Laties, and Murray Sidman

 

Students 

 

Intellectual Ancestry

 

Additional Information

 

Barrett, J. E. (2008). Pioneer in behavioral pharmacology: A tribute to Joseph V. Brady. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 90(3), 405-415. (available online here)

 

1994 Special Issue of Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior (JEAB): Celebrating the Contributions of Joseph V. Brady (available online here)