BA Stanford University 1963
PhD in Physiological Psychology Yale University 1966
Asst Prof->Prof University of Pennsylvania 1966-1989. Professor UCLA 1989-2000. Professor Rutgers University 2000-present
Research interests are: Fully automated, highly diagnostic behavioral screens for malfunctions in the cognitive mechanisms that enable animals to locate themselves in time and space and remember simple abstract quantities like rates and proportions. Genetic approaches to the neurobiological mechanism of memory. Animal cognition: spatial, temporal and numerical learning and reasoning.