I was born in Montreal, PQ Canada in 1950 and grew up in Bermuda between 1951-1967. I earned a BS in physics at McGill University in Canada in 1971 and a BA in experimental psychology at Oxford University in England in 1973 (Rhodes Scholarship). After an MA in experimental psychology at Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS Canada) in 1975, I earned a PhD in experimental psychology at The University of Western Ontario (London, ON Canada) in 1979 and then spent two years at Duke University on a postdoctoral fellowship.
After working for one year at Concordia University in Montreal (1981-82), I earned tenure at the University of Southeastern Louisiana (1982-1989), then moved to my current position at Butler University in Indianapolis (1989- ). I have been the Department Chair three times, but was released for good behavior.
Animal Behavior (especially elephant behavior) and the History of Psychology (particularly gender differences in employment as professional psychologists between 1900-1950).
Married since 1976 to a remarkable woman; two gainfully employed (and wonderful) children; pretty good life.