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Neal E Miller was born in Milwaukee in 1909. He received a B.S. degree from the University of Washington (1931), an M.S. from Stanford University (1932), and a Ph.D. degree in Psychology from Yale University (1935). He was a social science research fellow at the Institute of Psychoanalysis, Vienna for one year (1935-36) before returning to Yale as a faculty member in 1936. He spent 30 years at Yale University (1936-1966), where he became the James Rowland Angell Professor of Psychology, and 15 more years at Rockefeller University (1966-1981) before becoming Professor Emeritus at Rockefeller (1981- ) and Research Affiliate at Yale (1985- ).
References & Bibliography
- Dollard, J., Doob, L.W., Miller, N.E., Mowrer, O.H. and Sears, K.R. (1939) Frustration and Aggression, New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press.
- Miller, N. and DiCara, L. (1967) Instrumental learning of heart rate changes in curarised rats: shaping and specificity to discriminative stimulus, Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63:12-19.
- Miller. N. (1941) The frustration-aggression hypothesis, Psychological Review, 48. 337-42.
- Miller. N. (1969) Learning of visceral and glandular responses, Science. 16 3. 434-4.5.
- Miller, N. (1985) The value of behavioral research on animals. American Psychologist. 40,423-40.