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Finding Aid to the Paul D. MacLean Papers, 1936; 1944-1993

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Summary Information
Title: Paul D. MacLean Papers
Creator: MacLean, Paul D.
Dates: 1936; 1944-1993
Extent: 17.5 linear feet (14 boxes)
Abstract:
Paul MacLean, through his scientific research, made significant contributions to the fields of physiology, psychiatry, and brain research. Correspondence, photographs, research materials, reports, writings, and audiovisual materials (1944-1993, 17.5 linear feet) document the official portion of Paul MacLeans career in brain and behavioral research. Through his research at Yale Medical School and at the National Institute of Mental Health, MacLean was instrumental in developing and expounding the theory of the Triune Brain.

Call number: MS C 534
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

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Preferred Citation:

MacLean, Paul D. Paul D. MacLean Papers. 1936; 1944-1993. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 534.

Provenance:

Gift, Paul D. MacLean, 2/13/1994, Acc. 0734.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Paul D. MacLean Papers, 1936; 1944-1993

History of Medicine Division
Processed by Willeke Sandler
Encoded by John P. Rees


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MacLean, Paul D.Paul D. MacLean Papers Dates: 1936; 1944-199317.5 linear feet (14 boxes)MS C 534 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Paul MacLean, through his scientific research, made significant contributions to the fields of physiology, psychiatry, and brain research. Correspondence, photographs, research materials, reports, writings, and audiovisual materials (1944-1993, 17.5 linear feet) document the official portion of Paul MacLeans career in brain and behavioral research. Through his research at Yale Medical School and at the National Institute of Mental Health, MacLean was instrumental in developing and expounding the theory of the Triune Brain.Provenance:

Gift, Paul D. MacLean, 2/13/1994, Acc. 0734.

Access Restrictions:

Portions of the collection are restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

MacLean, Paul D. Paul D. MacLean Papers. 1936; 1944-1993. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 534.

Biographical Note

Paul MacLean, through his scientific research, made significant contributions to the fields of physiology, psychiatry, and brain research. Over the course of his long career, MacLean was instrumental in proposing and defining the triune concept of the brain. MacLeans evolutionary Triune Brain theory proposed that the human brain was in reality three brains in one; the R-complex, the Limbic system and the neocortex.

Paul MacLean was born in Phelps, New York on May 1, 1913, the third of four sons of a Presbyterian minister. He received his bachelors degree in English from Yale in 1935 and intended to study philosophy in Edinburgh, Scotland, but after a family illness, spent a year completing pre-medical work in Edinburgh instead. MacLean received his medical degree from Yale in 1940. During World War II, MacLean served as a medical officer in the Army from 1942-46. During his service with Yales 39th General Hospital Brigade in New Zealand, MacLean worked together with Dr. Averill Liebow to show that the diphtheria bacillus was a cause of tropical ulcers, paving the way for successful prophylaxis and treatment.

After leaving the Army in 1946, MacLean practiced medicine in Seattle and held a clinical appointment at University of Washington Medical School. From 1947-1949, MacLean was a USPHS Fellow at the Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital, studying with Dr. Stanley Cobb. During this time, MacLean did research on psychomotor epilepsy and published his paper on the visceral brain(for which he introduced the term limbic system in 1952).

In 1949, MacLean joined the faculty of the Yale Medical School with a joint appointment in physiology and psychiatry. During his time at Yale, he also studied the brain mechanisms of emotion with Dr. John Fulton. In 1956 MacLean became Associate Professor of physiology. He spent a year on a National Science Foundation Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Institute of Physiology in Zurich, Switzerland.

In 1957, MacLean came to NIH as the head of a new section on the limbic system in the Laboratory of Neurophysiology, National Institute of Mental Health. MacLean received the Distinguished Research Award of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease in 1964 and in 1966, gave the Thomas William Salmon Lectures at the New York Academy of Medicine. MacLean also received the G. Burroughs Mider Lectureship Award from the NIH in 1972.

In 1971 MacLean became the Chief of the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior, NIMH, newly opened in Poolesville, Maryland. MacLean was chief of the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior from 1971 to 1985, after which he was a Senior Research Scientist, Emeritus in the Department of Neurophysiology at NIMH.


Correspondence, photographs, research materials, reports, writings, and audiovisual materials (1936; 1944-1993, 17.5 linear feet) document the official portion of Paul MacLean's career in brain and behavioral research. Through his research at Yale Medical School and at the National Institute of Mental Health, MacLean was instrumental in developing and expounding the theory of the Triune Brain. Highlights of the collection include 33 years of project reports from the NIMH Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior (1960-1993), MacLean's complete professional correspondence, and the lectures and speeches that defined his work. MacLean's published is not found within the collection.

This collection consists primarily of records relating to MacLean's work at Yale Medical School (1949-1956), and the Laboratory of Neurophysiology (1957-1971) and the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior (1971-1985) at the National Institute of Mental Health. The collection includes lectures given by MacLean throughout his career, as well as correspondence and building plans for the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior, opened in 1971.

Series 1 consists of MacLean's personal and professional correspondence with individuals and organizations. The series is divided into three sub-series: General Correspondence, Yale Correspondence, and NIH Correspondence. The General Correspondence sub-series includes correspondence with scientists and researchers regarding MacLean's research and professional duties, as well as some personal correspondence with scientists and friends, including several folders of correspondence with John Fulton. The NIH Correspondence sub-series includes correspondence from MacLean's time at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), including internal laboratory memorandum and correspondence with outside organizations.

Series 2: Yale Medical School contains documentary material from MacLean's teaching career at Yale Medical School, including research progress reports, budget reports, and material relating to courses taught by MacLean. The Project Reports sub-series includes progress reports of research done at the Yale Medical School pertaining to epilepsy and seizures, as well as correspondence relating to the funding of research. The progress reports include charts and graphs relating to the research. The Subject Files sub-series includes materials pertaining to MacLean's teaching duties at Yale Medical School, including the Basic Neurology and first year Physiology courses.

Series 3: National Institute of Mental Health contains material relating to MacLean's years at NIMH, including project reports, subject files, correspondence and records relating to lab personnel, and building plans for the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior. The series consists of four sub-series: Brain and Behavior Reserve, Project Reports, Subject Files, and Lab Personnel.

The Professional Activities series consists of over two hundred lectures and materials relating to MacLean's involvement in conferences and seminars, and his service on various committees and boards. The series is divided into four sub-series: Lectures; Conferences and Seminars; Correspondence; Committees and Boards. The Lectures sub-series consists of materials pertaining to lectures given by MacLean, including conference agendas, lecture notes, copies of lectures, and correspondence regarding speaking engagements. Many of these lectures were repeated, with some alterations, at more than one function. The Committees and Boards sub-series consists of materials relating to MacLean's involvement on various committees and boards, including editorial memorandum for the Journal of Neurophysiology and committee minutes and correspondence for the NINDS Search Committee.

Series 5: Writings contains reprints and writings of others collected by MacLean, abstracts of papers co-authored by MacLean and submitted for various journals and symposiums, and MacLean's writings and notes from the course of his career. Many of the materials contain handwritten notes by MacLean. Among the authors of these writings are Margaret Mead, J.L. Kubie and James W. Papez.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Behavior, Animal
    • Brain--physiology
    • Evolution
    • Neurophysiology
    Personal Names

    • Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960
    Corporate Names

    • National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.). Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior
    • Yale University. School of Medicine

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Correspondence, 1945-1993 General Correspondence, Alphabetical11 Alheid & de Olmos, 1987-1991, n.d.12 Answered Letters, 1956-1957, n.d.13 Ardey, Robert, 1969-198214 Ashbrook, 1989-199315 Atlas, 1960-1964, n.d.16 Bachman, David, 1970-1981, n.d.17 Berga, Sarah L., 1977-198018 Betz, Barbara, Aug., Nov., 198119 Brady, J.V., 1954-1956110 Brazier, Mollie, 1956-1993, n.d.111 Brown, Jason, 1989-1991, n.d.112 Burhoe, Ralph W., 1974113 Carmich'l, Leonard, 1957-1987, n.d.114 Catchpole. H.R., 1983, 1988-1990115 Challinor, David, 1986116 Chang, Hsiang Tung, 1983-1992, n.d.117 Clark, Desmond, 1988118 Cobb, Stanley, 1950-1989, n.d.119 Casey, Kenneth, 1960-1981, n.d.120 Coggeshall, R., 1957-1971, n.d.121 Conrad, Cynthia D., 1975-1979122 Cosmides, Leda, 1977-1982123 Creswell, G., 1987-1991124 Crocker, D., 1962-1988, n.d.125 Crosby, Elizabeth, 1950-1956, 1980126 Cuenod, M., 1992, n.d.127 Dart, Raymond, 1976-1988, n.d.128 Denniston, R.H., 1959-1974, n.d.129 Differentiation, 1977-1983, n.d.130 Dua, Sushil, 1977-1983, n.d.131 Eckardt, Mich'l, 1978-1979, n.d.132 Esser, A.H., 1982-1990133 Evans, Llewellyn T., 1972-1979134 Excerpta Medica, 1969-1970, 1978135 Falconer, M., 1968-1978136 Freedman, D.X., 1992137 Fulton, John, 1952-1979, n.d.138 Fulton, John F., 1951-1954, n.d.139 Fulton, John F., 1955-1956140 Fulton, Lucia, 1963-1988, n.d.141 Gastaut, H., 1952-1953142 Gergen, John A., 1958-1990, n.d.143 Gessa, 1986-1992, n.d.144 Girgis, Makram, 1983145 Haymaker, Webb, 1982, 1984146 Heppner, Fritz & Jenkner, 1957-1959, 1989-1990147 Hyden, Holger, 1968-1991, n.d.148 Ingvar, 1990-1991149 International J. of Psychobiology, 1969-1970150 John and Lucia Fulton Professorship Comm., 1984-198921 Journal of Altered States of Consciousness, 1977-197822 Journal of Neuropsychopharmacologia, 1958-1959, 196823 Kalat, James W., 1982-1984, 198724 Kerr, Mich'l, 1981, 1990-1993, n.d.25 Kluver, Heinrich, 1950-1980, n.d.26 Kraft, Liz, 1958-1991, n.d.27 Kubie, Lawrence S., 1951-1974, n.d.28 Laborit, H., 1990, 199229 Leake, Chauncey C., 1975-1977210 Lindgren, Carl, 1978-1985, n.d.211 Lippard, Vernon W., 1953, 1955212 Livingston, Kenneth, 1979-1988, n.d.213 Livingston, Robert, 1953-1992, n.d.214 Mallows, E.W.N., 1969-1984, n.d.215 Man & Beast, Smithsonian, 1967, 1969216 Marczynski, Tadeusz, 1962217 Marino, Raul, Jr., 1966-1992, n.d.218 Marino Forward, 1975, 1977219 Marmor, Mich'l F., Dec. 1965220 Marshall Memorial, 1965-1974, n.d.221 Marshall, Wade H., 1952-1956, 1970-1993, n.d.222 Mathias, Charles, 1985, 1987223 Maxim, Peter, Oct. 1965-July 1966224 Methvin, Eugene H., 1982225 Mettler, Fred, 1982-1984, n.d.226 Morgane, Peter J., 1984227 Murray, Nina, 1988, n.d.228 Nauta, Walle J.H., 1966, 1984229 Nef, Evelyn Stephanson, 1980-1984230 de No, Raf'l Lorente, May, 1963231 Northrop, F.S.C., 1979-1989232 Papez, James W., 1948-1992, n.d.233 Penfield, W., 1960234 Physiological Reviews, 1957-1960235 Pilleri, Georg, 1986-1987236 Redlich, F.C., 1951-1955237 Reisman, Debbie, 1986-1991, n.d.238 Shands, Harley C., 1979, 1981239 Tzembelikos, E., 1973, 1975240 Vlay, Stephen C., 1982-1989241 Watson, C.R.R., 1981-1982242 Werkman, Sidney, 1984-1988243 Wheeler, Mary, 1957-1986, n.d.244 Witkop, Bernhard, 1990245 Yakovlev, Paul I., 1953-1983, n.d.246 Yale, 1956-1957, n.d.247 Zeeman, E.C., 1975-1976 General Correspondence, Chronological31Nov. 1955-Dec. 195632195733195834Jan.-June 195935July-Dec. 1959, n.d.36Jan.-June 196037July-Dec. 1960, n.d.3819613919623101963, n.d.311196431219653131966, n.d.3141967, n.d.31519683161969, n.d.317197041197142197243Jan. June, 197344July-Dec., 1973451974461975471976, n.d.481977, n.d.491978, n.d.4101979, n.d.4111980, n.d.4121981, n.d.4131982, n.d.511983, n.d.521984, n.d.531985, n.d.541986, n.d.551987, n.d.561988, n.d.571989, n.d.581990, n.d.591991, n.d.5101992, n.d.5111993 Yale Correspondence5121945-1950, n.d.51319515141952, n.d.5151953, n.d.5161954, n.d.5171955, n.d.5181956, n.d. NIH Correspondence5191957, n.d.520Jan.-Nov., 1958, n.d.5211959, n.d.5221960, n.d.523Mar.-Nov., 1961, n.d.524Feb.-Dec., 1962, n.d.525Jan.-Nov., 1963, n.d.611964, n.d.621965, n.d.63Jan.-Nov., 1966, n.d.64Jan.-Nov., 1967, n.d.651968, n.d.66Jan.-Oct., 1969, n.d.671970, n.d.68Feb.-Dec., 1971691972610Jan.-Nov., 197361119746121975, n.d.613Jan.-Nov., 1976, n.d.614Jan.-July 19776151978, n.d.6161979, n.d.6171980618Feb.-Dec., 1981, n.d.6191982, n.d.6201983, n.d.62119846221985, n.d.6231986, n.d. Series 2: Yale Medical School, 1949-1960 Project Reports624 Annual Reports, 1949-1956625 Budget - B10 c-3, 1953-1954, n.d.626 Budget - B10 c-194, 1953-1955, n.d.627 Budget - B10 c-195, 1955-1956, n.d.628 National Science Foundation, 1954-1957, n.d.629 Progress Report, Oct., 1950630 Progress Report, May 1952, n.d.631 Progress Report, 1952-1953 Subject Files632 Admissions Comm., 1954-1955, n.d.633 Basic Neurology, 1953-1956, n.d.634 Basic Neurology, 1956-1957635 Caudate Cat Experiments, 1955-1959, n.d.636 Drugs, 1953-1955, n.d.637 Foundation Fund Psychiatric Research, 1952-1960638 Physiology - First year course, 1951-1956, n.d.639 Staff Meetings, 1950-1951 Series 3: National Institute of Mental Health, 1957-1993 Brain and Behavior Reserve Building Plans6401958-19596411961-19636421964, n.d.6431965-1966, n.d.6441967645196871 Building Dedication, May 28, 1971, n.d. Lab. of Brain Evol. & Behavior subject files721972731972-197374197475197576 NIH Animal Center, 1964-1972, n.d. Project Reports771960781961791962710196471119657121966713196771419687151969716197071719717181972719197372019747211975722197672319777241978725197972619807271981728198272919837301984731198573219867331987734198873519897361990737199173819927391993 Subject Files740 Career Investigator Grant Com., 1957-1958741 Career Invest. Select. Comm., 1958-1960742 Children's Zoo, 1963-1965, n.d.743 Committee on Animals, 1963-1966744 Committee on Procedure, 1963-196481 Comp Behavior Research Center, undated82 Council of Assembly of Scientists, 1959-197083 Flynn, J.P., 1954-1958, 1980-1981, n.d.84 Fossey - Galdikas - Goodall, 1970-1990, n.d.85-5a Fulton Biography, 1963-1992, n.d.86 Hardison, O.B., 199087 John F. Fulton, A Midsummer Reminiscence, 1960-1966, n.d.88 Matthews, Joseph, 1959-196089 New York Zoological Society, 1963-1966, n.d.810 NIMH Promotion Board, 1960-1962811 Percival Bailey Educational Project, 1959-1977812 Scientific Counselors LOBEB, Oct. 27-28, 1978813 Section on Comparative Biopsychology, 1972-1974814 Special Ad Hoc Reports, Stetten Report, 1969-1984 Lab Personnel815 Bagley, Garrett, 1971-1983, n.d.816 Bishop, Charles, 1973, 1980, n.d.817 Bohlen, Nina, 1979818 Bupp, Jane, 1978-1981819 Bussard, Thalia, 1979-1983, n.d.820 Calhoun, J.B., 1964-1984, n.d.821 Cornell, Elizabeth, 1977822 Hamilton, Sue, 1975-1978823 Kerlin, Alice, 1977-1979824 Kerlin, George, 1975-1978825 Kussman, Lisa, 1983-1984826 Lambert, Catherine, 1979-1980827 Lastova, Paul L., 1981-1982, n.d.828 LeMarr, Robin, 1981-1982829 Lonsdale, Deborah, 1976-1979830 Mackay, Mich'l, 1974-1977, n.d.831 Marlowe, Andrew, 1983, n.d.832 Murphy, Mich'l, 1973-1983, n.d.833 Nunez, Adeline, 1974-1978834 Oppenheimer, Jeffrey, 1981, 1983835 Orr, Ann, 1981-1983836 Ostapoff, Mich'l, 1978-1979837 Page, Hilary, 1978838 Rappaport, Bernard, 1966-1969, n.d.839 Reeves, Alexander, 1963-1970840 Reis, Donald, 1961-1990, n.d.841 Roberts, Paul, 1982-1983, n.d.842 Roth, E. Carol, 1977-1991843 Roth, Jan, 1976-1981, n.d.844 Sewell, Rodney, 1972-1980845 Slotnick, Burton, 1970-1981, n.d.91 Stanley, Walter, 1972-1977, n.d.92 Waters, Levi, 1963-197793 Watson, Charles, 1978-198294 Yokota, Toshikatsu, 1962-1978, n.d.95 Zoerb, Etta Maye, 1974-1988 Series 4: Professional Activities, 1947-1993 Lectures96 EKG Lecture & notes, 194797 Psychiatric Staff Conference, Jan., 195098 Interurban - Forebrain and Af. Beh., Dec., 195099 Connecticut Seminar, 1950910 Alpha Gamma Alpha, 26 Mar., 1951911 Autonomics #1, 26 May, 1951912 EEG - Physiological Background, 1951913 EEG - ii. Normal variations, Nov., 1951914 EEG - Physiological Background, Nov., 1951915 Roanoke Paper, 29 Apr., 1952916 Neurology Exam in Psychiatry, 1952917 Butler, Northampton, 1953918 Physiology Seminar, 6 May, 1953919 Cushing Paper, 1953920 Montreal Internat'l Physiological Congress, Sept., 1953921 Psychiatric Staff Conference, 19633922 Alpha Gamma Alpha, 18 Mar., 1954923 New Orleans, 28 Mar., 1954924 Dwight Chapel Talk, 3 May, 1954925 Neuro. Study Unit & P.G. Sem., Fall 1954926 Philadelphia Paper, Fall 1954927 Veterans Hospital Paper, 4 Feb., 1955928 Boston Soc. Neur. & Psych., Feb., 1955929 Toronto Paper, 8 Mar., 1955930 Bethesda Paper, 5 May, 1955931 Atlantic City-Gantt, May, 1955932 Cleveland Paper, 19 Nov., 1955933 Psychiatric Staff Conference, Dec., 1955934 Limbic System in Relation to Cent. Gray..., 1955935 Psychiatric Staff Conference, 9 Feb., 1956936 Middletown Scientific Society, 14 Feb., 1956937 St. Adele E'EG Meeting, 4 Mar., 1956938 Lyons Lecture, 18 Apr., 1956939 Dwight Chapel, 2 May, 1956940 Symposium Atlantic City, 1956941 Seminar on Perception, 12 Feb., 1957942 CIBA, July 2-19, 1957943 Walter Reed Seminar, 20 Nov., 1957944 Thudichum Talk, 19 Apr., 1958945 St. Elizabeth's Symposium, 26 Apr., 1958946 Basic Research Seminar, 17 Sept., 1959947 Univ. of Maryland, 10 Oct., 1958948 Adult Psychiatry, 18 Nov., 1958949 Eastman Memorial Lecture, 5 Dec., 1958950 Josiah Macy Conference, 2 Feb., 1959951 SY: Rhinencephalon, 17 Apr., 1959952 Kubie Discussion, 27 Nov., 1959953 AAA Symposium, 29 Dec., 1959954 Sheppard-Pratt Lecture, 8 Oct., 1960955 L/SE: Sexual Funct., San Francisco, 14 Nov., 1960956 L: Sexual Beh., San Francisco, 16 Nov., 1960957 SY: Expressions Emotions in Man NY, 29 Dec., 1960958 Chapel Hill Lecture, 1960959 Lecture Research Assoc., 1960960 Talk N.I.N.D.B. Counselors, 1960961 L: Psychiatric Implications NY, 11 Mar., 1961962 Hippocampus Sympos - Montpellier, August 24-26, 1961963 Zurich Conference Baden-Baden, August 27-31, 1961964 Monoamines Conference Geneva, September 1-2, 1961965 Neurophys. Seminar, 13 Oct., 1961966 Illinois State Psychiatric Institute (P. Bailey), 21 Oct., 1961967 Talk to NIMH Counsellors, 26 Oct., 1961968 Neuroendocrinology Symposium, December 6-18, 1961969 University of Maryland Seminar, Jan., 1962970 Neuroendocrine Lecture Atlantic City, 16 Apr., 1962971 American Neurological Assoc. Atlantic City, 18 June, 1962972 Winston-Salem Seminar, 15 Nov., 1962973 Seminar for Lab of Chem. Pharmacology, 1962974 Yale Psychiatric Seminar, 31 Jan., 1963975 SY: Brain & Gonadal Function, February 24-27, 1963976 Neurophys. Seminar, Mar., 1963977 Albert Einstein Symposium, May 16-17, 1963978 Pain & Itch, New Haven, 20 May., 1963101 Brady Lecture, 7 Jan., 1965102 Walter Reed - Brain & Vision, 10 Mar., 1965103 Cincinnati, 21 Apr., 1965104 Yale Alumni Day, 12 June, 1965105 International Symposium, 19 Aug., 1965106 American EEG Society, Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1965107 Baltimore, 28 Jan., 1966108 Howard University Lecture, 12 May, 1966109 George Washington University, 20 May, 19661010 Kansas City, 23 May, 19661011 La. Neurophysiology Seminar, 21 Oct., 19661012 Salmon Lectures, 7 Dec., 19661013 Scientific Counselors, 19661014 Conference on Digestive Diseases, February 5-19, 19671015 St. Elizabeth's, 16 Feb., 19671016 Strecker Lecture, 10 Mar., 19671017 Pharmacology, G.W. University, 25 Apr., 19671018 Scientific Counselors Talk, 19671019 Philadelphia Psychiatric Society, 11 Mar., 19681020 Neurophysiology Club, 30 Apr., 19691021 The Limbic Brain, Baltimore, 14 June, 19681022 D: Sweet & Wepsic, 18 June, 19681023 International Physiology Congress "PAIN", 28 Aug., 19681024 Smithsonian Lecture "Brain & Education", 16 Sept., 19681025 Queen's Lecture, February 11-12, 19691026 Toronto Symposium, 20 Mar., 19691027 L: Ohio State, Columbus, 25 Apr., 19691028 Triune Brain, 15 Aug., 19691029 9th Annual Career Development Conference, January 28-31, 19701030 Space Medicine, 8 Feb., 19701031 Baltimore Talk, 27 Feb., 19701032 Hoffmann-Roche Lecture, 27 Feb., 19701033 St. E's, 12 Mar., 19701034 New York Medical College, 20 Mar., 19701035 New York Academy of Sciences, 4 May, 19711036 Sidwell Science Class, 19711037 Sympos. on Aggression, Medical College of Pa., 15 Nov., 19711038 L: AAAS, Philadelphia, 27 Dec., 19711039 International Society of Psycho-Neuroendocrin., 19711040 G. Burroughs Mider Lecture, 9 Feb., 19721041 Cornell - NY Hospital Neurological Seminar, 6 Apr., 19721042 Institute of Living, 23 May, 19721043 L: Royaumont Abbey, September 6-19, 1972111 ARNMD, December 1-2, 1972112 Psychosurgery, 18 Jan., 1973113 L: FDA, Rockville, 8 Feb., 1973114 Gainesville, 17 Mar., 1973115 FASEB Proceed., 18 Apr., 1973116 Charlottesville, 11 May, 1973117 Calgary Symposium, 1973118 Karolinska Symposium, June 4-196, 1973119 Neuroscience Symposium, 8 Nov., 19731110 Psychoanalytic Lecture, 14 Dec., 19731111 Washington Univ., 6 Mar., 19741112 Rutgers Symposium, 27 Apr., 19741113 Sardinia, June 3-198, 19741114 Wash. Psychiatric Soc. - Georgetown Univ., 30 Oct., 19741115 Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy Visit to NIH, 17 Dec., 19741116 Neuroscience Seminar, Jan., 19751117 Woodrow Wilson Scholars, 11 Feb., 19751118 Rutgers Research Training Program, 12 Mar., 19751119 National Naval Medical Center Seminar, 26 Mar., 19751120 Rockefeller Seminar, 22 May, 19751121 Leakey Symposium, 1 Nov., 19751122 Winston-Salem, 16 Mar., 19761123 Princeton Seminar, 21 May, 19761124 Heidelberg, 21 May, 19761125 Calhoun Conf., June, 19761126 Papez Symposium, 5 Nov., 19761127 Psychiatry Res. Course, 6 Jan., 19771128 Neuroscience Seminar, 15 Feb., 19771129 West Virginia Univ. Seminar, Dept. of Anatomy, Mar., 19771130 American Orthopsychiatric Association Meeting, April 11-16, 19771131 Boston U. Lecture, 19771132 Leakey - London, 15 Sept., 19771133 International Society for Research on Aggression, 23 Sept., 19781134 Eastern Psychological Association Symposium, 18 Apr., 19791135 Washington Society for History of Medicine, 28 Apr., 19791136 Washington Academy of Medicine, 6 June, 19791137 Leakey Symposium, Santa Fe, 13 Oct., 19791138 Georgetown Family Center, 16 Nov., 19791139 Presidential Management Interns, 10 Mar., 19801140 Tulane, 25 Mar., 19801141 Niagara Falls, 19 Apr., 1980121 University of Maryland, 25 Apr., 1980122 Menninger, May 20-21, 1980123 Teratology Society, June, 1980124 St. Elizabeth's, 15 Sept., 1980125 George Washington Univ. School of Medicine, 15 Oct., 1980126 Toronto AAAS, Peters Symposium, 4 Jan., 1981127 Toronto AAAS, Gray Symposium, 5 Jan., 1981128 USUHS Seminar, 28 Jan., 1981129 Conference on Cognition, Learning & Memory, June 22-23, 19811210 Goethe Institute Symposium, 26 Sept., 19811211 Conference on Sci. & Lit., Library of Congress, November 9-10, 19811212 AAAS, 19821213 Grand Rounds Nat'l Naval Med. Center, 13 Jan., 19821214 Bryn Mawr Club Lecture, 27 Jan., 19821215 MIT Seminar, 26 Feb., 19821216 Conference on Altruism and Aggression, April 15-17, 19821217 Juniata, 23 Apr., 19821218 Adolf Meyer Lecture, 18 May, 19821219 SE: Stettin, 21 May, 19821220 Internat. Soc. Pol. Psychol., June, 19821221 George Washington University, 4 Mar., 19831222 Grinnell College, 10 Mar., 19831223 L: Grand Rounds NY Neurology, 25 Mar., 19831224 Walter Reed, 5 Apr., 19831225 University of Vermont, 18 Apr., 19831226 Dartmouth Neurology, 19 Apr., 19831227 Toronto, May 8-10, 19831228 SY: Inst Psychodynamics & Origins of Mind, May 12-15, 19831229 University of Texas, 22 Sept., 19831230 Smithsonian: The Human Brain, 1 Dec., 19831231 HESP-University of Maryland, 8 Dec., 19831232 Mass. General Hospital, 7 Feb., 19841233 Phila. Psych. Soc., 12 Mar., 19841234 Case Western Reserve University, 1 May, 19841235 Blackburn Lecture, 17 May, 19841236 Midwest Neurological Inst., 26 Oct., 19841237 Chicago Acad. of Sci., 4 Dec., 19841238 Balt. Gerontology Lecture, 11 Mar., 19851239 Washington Philosophy Society, 30 Mar., 19851240 Butler Hospital, Providence, RI, 4 Apr., 19851241 Potomac Chapter for Neuroscience, 14 Apr., 19851242 Am. Soc. Adol. Psychiatry, Dallas, 17 May, 19851243 Yale, Cosmic View of Life, 31 May, 19851244 Biological Psychiatry-World Congress, Phila. Pa, 1985131 Frontal Lobe Conference, 18 Oct., 1985132 Binghamton, 14 Mar., 1986133 N.Y. Neuropsych. Group, 15 Mar., 1986134 U. of Md. Univ. Health Center, College Park, 4 Apr., 1986135 St. Luke's-Chicago, 23 Apr., 1986136 Monterey Conference, April 25-27, 1986137 P: Dagomy's USSR Anonkin's Operational, 28 Oct., 1986138 Johns Hopkins Univ., The Limbic System, 12 Mar., 1987139 L: Grand Rounds Duke Univ., 19 Mar., 19871310 U. Md. (Balt. Co.), 14 May, 19871311 C: Butler/Brown Conf., Some Fractal..., October 8-19, 19871312 Butler-Brown Conf., Oct., 19871313 SY: Neuroci. Meeting Audiovocal Comm., 12 Nov., 19871314 Halifax, Canada, Apr., 19881315 Howard University - Pharmacology, 2 Nov., 19881316 A Triune Concept of the Brain & Behavior, undated1317 Hippo Formation, undated1318 Sidwell PTA, undated Conferences and Seminars1319 American Neurological Association - Abstract, 19751320 Cent. Nerv. System Cont. of Circulation, 19591321 Eastern Shore School Conf., 19921322 International Program, 28 May, 19631323 Isaacson Symposium, 19931324 Koestler Festschrift, 19751325 McMaster University, 1964-19651326 Merril Seminar, 19741327 Moscow, 19921328 Pentagon Conference, 19751329 Dr. Restak Teaching Seminar, 18 Nov., 1976 Correspondence1330 Arieti Paper, 19771331 Brain's Generation Gap, 19731332 Einaudi - Italy, 1982-19841333 Ethology & Nonverbal Comm. In Mental Health, 1978, 19801334 Graz Symposium, 19711335 Henry Phipps Lecture, 15 Nov., 19611336 The Hippocampus: A Comprehensive Treatise, 1972-19761337 Koestler, Arthur, 1965-1983, n.d.1338 Man-Environment Systems, On the Evolution of Three Mentalities, 19751339 National Academy Symposium, 19601340 N.Y. Academy of Science - "Origins & Evol. Of Lang. & Speech", 19751341 N.Y. Psychoanalytic Inst., 5 June, 19931342 Symposium - Italy, 19831343 Symposium on Limbic Epilepsy, Sydney, Australia, Feb., 19801344 Thanatology and Genetics, 19751345 The Triune Brain, 19751346 University of Rochester, 19821347 II World Congress of Biological Psychiatry, 1977-1978 Committees and Boards1348 Board of Managers, Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences, 1951, 19611349 EEO Council, 19801350 Gruter Institute, 1986-19921351 Journal of Neurophysiology, 1954-19561352 Journal of Neurophysiology, 19571353 Journal of Neurophysiology, 19581354 Journal of Neurophysiology, 19591355 Journal of Neurophysiology, 19601356 Journal of Neurophysiology, 1961141 Lab. & Sect. Chiefs, undated142 National Academy of Sciences Ad Hoc Comm., 1971-1972143 Psychosomatic Medicine Editor, 1957-1962144-5 NINDS Search Committee, 1972-1973 Series 5: Writings, 1950-1991 Writings of Others146 De Ryck, Marc, 1977-1982, n.d.147 Fischer, Roland, 1991148 Hallowitz, Robert A., 1970-1973, n.d.149 Kinnard, Matthew A., 1963-1967, n.d.1410 Kubie, J.L., 1974-19761411 Mead, Margaret, 1974-19761412 Neuronography, 1944-19511413 PAIN, 19501414 Papez, James W., undated1415 Radna, Richard, undated1416 Dr. E. Trams "In Memoriam", 19821417 Vagus, undated1418 Vagus - Bibliography, undated1419 Vagus - Cerebellum, undated1420-21 Visceral Afferent Phys., undated Abstracts1422 A Neuroethological Study of Display Behavior in Lizards, Nov., 19751423 Atlantic City, 19651424 Cajal Club Meetings, March 19751425 Contrasting Functions of Limbic and Neo + Etc., 1958-19611426 Effects of Vagal Volleys on Unit Activity of Hippocampus, 19761427 Erection display in male-male and male-female interaction in the squirrel monkey, 19611428 Exploratory unit analysis of exteroceptive inputs to the insular cortex, 19681429 Federations Proceedings, 19741430 Slowing of Heart Rate with Hippocampal After Discharges, Etc., undated1431 Species-typical behavior of hamsters deprives from birth of neocortex, undated MacLean Writings1432 Cajal Translation, 1952-19561433 Education and the Brain, 1976-19811434 New Findings, 1962-19651435 Zurich Notes, 1956-1957 Series 6: Audiovisual, 1936; 19721437 Movies taken at the Physiology Department, Yale Medical School (VHS), 1936-19371438 G. Burroughs Mider Lecture (Reel-to-reel audiotape), 9 Feb., 1972

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Correspondence, photographs, research materials, reports, writings, and audiovisual materials (1936; 1944-1993, 17.5 linear feet) document the official portion of Paul MacLean's career in brain and behavioral research. Through his research at Yale Medical School and at the National Institute of Mental Health, MacLean was instrumental in developing and expounding the theory of the Triune Brain. Highlights of the collection include 33 years of project reports from the NIMH Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior (1960-1993), MacLean's complete professional correspondence, and the lectures and speeches that defined his work. MacLean's published is not found within the collection.

    This collection consists primarily of records relating to MacLean's work at Yale Medical School (1949-1956), and the Laboratory of Neurophysiology (1957-1971) and the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior (1971-1985) at the National Institute of Mental Health. The collection includes lectures given by MacLean throughout his career, as well as correspondence and building plans for the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior, opened in 1971.

    Series 1 consists of MacLean's personal and professional correspondence with individuals and organizations. The series is divided into three sub-series: General Correspondence, Yale Correspondence, and NIH Correspondence. The General Correspondence sub-series includes correspondence with scientists and researchers regarding MacLean's research and professional duties, as well as some personal correspondence with scientists and friends, including several folders of correspondence with John Fulton. The NIH Correspondence sub-series includes correspondence from MacLean's time at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), including internal laboratory memorandum and correspondence with outside organizations.

    Series 2: Yale Medical School contains documentary material from MacLean's teaching career at Yale Medical School, including research progress reports, budget reports, and material relating to courses taught by MacLean. The Project Reports sub-series includes progress reports of research done at the Yale Medical School pertaining to epilepsy and seizures, as well as correspondence relating to the funding of research. The progress reports include charts and graphs relating to the research. The Subject Files sub-series includes materials pertaining to MacLean's teaching duties at Yale Medical School, including the Basic Neurology and first year Physiology courses.

    Series 3: National Institute of Mental Health contains material relating to MacLean's years at NIMH, including project reports, subject files, correspondence and records relating to lab personnel, and building plans for the Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior. The series consists of four sub-series: Brain and Behavior Reserve, Project Reports, Subject Files, and Lab Personnel.

    The Professional Activities series consists of over two hundred lectures and materials relating to MacLean's involvement in conferences and seminars, and his service on various committees and boards. The series is divided into four sub-series: Lectures; Conferences and Seminars; Correspondence; Committees and Boards. The Lectures sub-series consists of materials pertaining to lectures given by MacLean, including conference agendas, lecture notes, copies of lectures, and correspondence regarding speaking engagements. Many of these lectures were repeated, with some alterations, at more than one function. The Committees and Boards sub-series consists of materials relating to MacLean's involvement on various committees and boards, including editorial memorandum for the Journal of Neurophysiology and committee minutes and correspondence for the NINDS Search Committee.

    Series 5: Writings contains reprints and writings of others collected by MacLean, abstracts of papers co-authored by MacLean and submitted for various journals and symposiums, and MacLean's writings and notes from the course of his career. Many of the materials contain handwritten notes by MacLean. Among the authors of these writings are Margaret Mead, J.L. Kubie and James W. Papez.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Correspondence, 1945-1993 [series]:
     
    General Correspondence, Alphabetical [subseries]:
    1 1
    Alheid & de Olmos, 1987-1991, n.d.
    1 2
    Answered Letters, 1956-1957, n.d.
    1 3
    Ardey, Robert, 1969-1982
    1 4
    Ashbrook, 1989-1993
    1 5
    Atlas, 1960-1964, n.d.
    1 6
    Bachman, David, 1970-1981, n.d.
    1 7
    Berga, Sarah L., 1977-1980
    1 8
    Betz, Barbara, Aug., Nov., 1981
    1 9
    Brady, J.V., 1954-1956
    1 10
    Brazier, Mollie, 1956-1993, n.d.
    1 11
    Brown, Jason, 1989-1991, n.d.
    1 12
    Burhoe, Ralph W., 1974
    1 13
    Carmich'l, Leonard, 1957-1987, n.d.
    1 14
    Catchpole. H.R., 1983, 1988-1990
    1 15
    Challinor, David, 1986
    1 16
    Chang, Hsiang Tung, 1983-1992, n.d.
    1 17
    Clark, Desmond, 1988
    1 18
    Cobb, Stanley, 1950-1989, n.d.
    1 19
    Casey, Kenneth, 1960-1981, n.d.
    1 20
    Coggeshall, R., 1957-1971, n.d.
    1 21
    Conrad, Cynthia D., 1975-1979
    1 22
    Cosmides, Leda, 1977-1982
    1 23
    Creswell, G., 1987-1991
    1 24
    Crocker, D., 1962-1988, n.d.
    1 25
    Crosby, Elizabeth, 1950-1956, 1980
    1 26
    Cuenod, M., 1992, n.d.
    1 27
    Dart, Raymond, 1976-1988, n.d.
    1 28
    Denniston, R.H., 1959-1974, n.d.
    1 29
    Differentiation, 1977-1983, n.d.
    1 30
    Dua, Sushil, 1977-1983, n.d.
    1 31
    Eckardt, Mich'l, 1978-1979, n.d.
    1 32
    Esser, A.H., 1982-1990
    1 33
    Evans, Llewellyn T., 1972-1979
    1 34
    Excerpta Medica, 1969-1970, 1978
    1 35
    Falconer, M., 1968-1978
    1 36
    Freedman, D.X., 1992
    1 37
    Fulton, John, 1952-1979, n.d.
    1 38
    Fulton, John F., 1951-1954, n.d.
    1 39
    Fulton, John F., 1955-1956
    1 40
    Fulton, Lucia, 1963-1988, n.d.
    1 41
    Gastaut, H., 1952-1953
    1 42
    Gergen, John A., 1958-1990, n.d.
    1 43
    Gessa, 1986-1992, n.d.
    1 44
    Girgis, Makram, 1983
    1 45
    Haymaker, Webb, 1982, 1984
    1 46
    Heppner, Fritz & Jenkner, 1957-1959, 1989-1990
    1 47
    Hyden, Holger, 1968-1991, n.d.
    1 48
    Ingvar, 1990-1991
    1 49
    International J. of Psychobiology, 1969-1970
    1 50
    John and Lucia Fulton Professorship Comm., 1984-1989
    2 1
    Journal of Altered States of Consciousness, 1977-1978
    2 2
    Journal of Neuropsychopharmacologia, 1958-1959, 1968
    2 3
    Kalat, James W., 1982-1984, 1987
    2 4
    Kerr, Mich'l, 1981, 1990-1993, n.d.
    2 5
    Kluver, Heinrich, 1950-1980, n.d.
    2 6
    Kraft, Liz, 1958-1991, n.d.
    2 7
    Kubie, Lawrence S., 1951-1974, n.d.
    2 8
    Laborit, H., 1990, 1992
    2 9
    Leake, Chauncey C., 1975-1977
    2 10
    Lindgren, Carl, 1978-1985, n.d.
    2 11
    Lippard, Vernon W., 1953, 1955
    2 12
    Livingston, Kenneth, 1979-1988, n.d.
    2 13
    Livingston, Robert, 1953-1992, n.d.
    2 14
    Mallows, E.W.N., 1969-1984, n.d.
    2 15
    Man & Beast, Smithsonian, 1967, 1969
    2 16
    Marczynski, Tadeusz, 1962
    2 17
    Marino, Raul, Jr., 1966-1992, n.d.
    2 18
    Marino Forward, 1975, 1977
    2 19
    Marmor, Mich'l F., Dec. 1965
    2 20
    Marshall Memorial, 1965-1974, n.d.
    2 21
    Marshall, Wade H., 1952-1956, 1970-1993, n.d.
    2 22
    Mathias, Charles, 1985, 1987
    2 23
    Maxim, Peter, Oct. 1965-July 1966
    2 24
    Methvin, Eugene H., 1982
    2 25
    Mettler, Fred, 1982-1984, n.d.
    2 26
    Morgane, Peter J., 1984
    2 27
    Murray, Nina, 1988, n.d.
    2 28
    Nauta, Walle J.H., 1966, 1984
    2 29
    Nef, Evelyn Stephanson, 1980-1984
    2 30
    de No, Raf'l Lorente, May, 1963
    2 31
    Northrop, F.S.C., 1979-1989
    2 32
    Papez, James W., 1948-1992, n.d.
    2 33
    Penfield, W., 1960
    2 34
    Physiological Reviews, 1957-1960
    2 35
    Pilleri, Georg, 1986-1987
    2 36
    Redlich, F.C., 1951-1955
    2 37
    Reisman, Debbie, 1986-1991, n.d.
    2 38
    Shands, Harley C., 1979, 1981
    2 39
    Tzembelikos, E., 1973, 1975
    2 40
    Vlay, Stephen C., 1982-1989
    2 41
    Watson, C.R.R., 1981-1982
    2 42
    Werkman, Sidney, 1984-1988
    2 43
    Wheeler, Mary, 1957-1986, n.d.
    2 44
    Witkop, Bernhard, 1990
    2 45
    Yakovlev, Paul I., 1953-1983, n.d.
    2 46
    Yale, 1956-1957, n.d.
    2 47
    Zeeman, E.C., 1975-1976
     
    General Correspondence, Chronological [subseries]:
    3 1
    Nov. 1955-Dec. 1956
    3 2
    1957
    3 3
    1958
    3 4
    Jan.-June 1959
    3 5
    July-Dec. 1959, n.d.
    3 6
    Jan.-June 1960
    3 7
    July-Dec. 1960, n.d.
    3 8
    1961
    3 9
    1962
    3 10
    1963, n.d.
    3 11
    1964
    3 12
    1965
    3 13
    1966, n.d.
    3 14
    1967, n.d.
    3 15
    1968
    3 16
    1969, n.d.
    3 17
    1970
    4 1
    1971
    4 2
    1972
    4 3
    Jan. June, 1973
    4 4
    July-Dec., 1973
    4 5
    1974
    4 6
    1975
    4 7
    1976, n.d.
    4 8
    1977, n.d.
    4 9
    1978, n.d.
    4 10
    1979, n.d.
    4 11
    1980, n.d.
    4 12
    1981, n.d.
    4 13
    1982, n.d.
    5 1
    1983, n.d.
    5 2
    1984, n.d.
    5 3
    1985, n.d.
    5 4
    1986, n.d.
    5 5
    1987, n.d.
    5 6
    1988, n.d.
    5 7
    1989, n.d.
    5 8
    1990, n.d.
    5 9
    1991, n.d.
    5 10
    1992, n.d.
    5 11
    1993
     
    Yale Correspondence [subseries]:
    5 12
    1945-1950, n.d.
    5 13
    1951
    5 14
    1952, n.d.
    5 15
    1953, n.d.
    5 16
    1954, n.d.
    5 17
    1955, n.d.
    5 18
    1956, n.d.
     
    NIH Correspondence [subseries]:
    5 19
    1957, n.d.
    5 20
    Jan.-Nov., 1958, n.d.
    5 21
    1959, n.d.
    5 22
    1960, n.d.
    5 23
    Mar.-Nov., 1961, n.d.
    5 24
    Feb.-Dec., 1962, n.d.
    5 25
    Jan.-Nov., 1963, n.d.
    6 1
    1964, n.d.
    6 2
    1965, n.d.
    6 3
    Jan.-Nov., 1966, n.d.
    6 4
    Jan.-Nov., 1967, n.d.
    6 5
    1968, n.d.
    6 6
    Jan.-Oct., 1969, n.d.
    6 7
    1970, n.d.
    6 8
    Feb.-Dec., 1971
    6 9
    1972
    6 10
    Jan.-Nov., 1973
    6 11
    1974
    6 12
    1975, n.d.
    6 13
    Jan.-Nov., 1976, n.d.
    6 14
    Jan.-July 1977
    6 15
    1978, n.d.
    6 16
    1979, n.d.
    6 17
    1980
    6 18
    Feb.-Dec., 1981, n.d.
    6 19
    1982, n.d.
    6 20
    1983, n.d.
    6 21
    1984
    6 22
    1985, n.d.
    6 23
    1986, n.d.
     
    Series 2: Yale Medical School, 1949-1960 [series]:
     
    Project Reports [subseries]:
    6 24
    Annual Reports, 1949-1956
    6 25
    Budget - B10 c-3, 1953-1954, n.d.
    6 26
    Budget - B10 c-194, 1953-1955, n.d.
    6 27
    Budget - B10 c-195, 1955-1956, n.d.
    6 28
    National Science Foundation, 1954-1957, n.d.
    6 29
    Progress Report, Oct., 1950
    6 30
    Progress Report, May 1952, n.d.
    6 31
    Progress Report, 1952-1953
     
    Subject Files [subseries]:
    6 32
    Admissions Comm., 1954-1955, n.d.
    6 33
    Basic Neurology, 1953-1956, n.d.
    6 34
    Basic Neurology, 1956-1957
    6 35
    Caudate Cat Experiments, 1955-1959, n.d.
    6 36
    Drugs, 1953-1955, n.d.
    6 37
    Foundation Fund Psychiatric Research, 1952-1960
    6 38
    Physiology - First year course, 1951-1956, n.d.
    6 39
    Staff Meetings, 1950-1951
     
    Series 3: National Institute of Mental Health, 1957-1993 [series]:
     
    Brain and Behavior Reserve [subseries]:
     
    Building Plans
    6 40
    1958-1959
    6 41
    1961-1963
    6 42
    1964, n.d.
    6 43
    1965-1966, n.d.
    6 44
    1967
    6 45
    1968
    7 1
    Building Dedication, May 28, 1971, n.d.
     
    Lab. of Brain Evol. & Behavior subject files [subseries]:
    7 2
    1972
    7 3
    1972-1973
    7 4
    1974
    7 5
    1975
    7 6
    NIH Animal Center, 1964-1972, n.d.
     
    Project Reports [subseries]:
    7 7
    1960
    7 8
    1961
    7 9
    1962
    7 10
    1964
    7 11
    1965
    7 12
    1966
    7 13
    1967
    7 14
    1968
    7 15
    1969
    7 16
    1970
    7 17
    1971
    7 18
    1972
    7 19
    1973
    7 20
    1974
    7 21
    1975
    7 22
    1976
    7 23
    1977
    7 24
    1978
    7 25
    1979
    7 26
    1980
    7 27
    1981
    7 28
    1982
    7 29
    1983
    7 30
    1984
    7 31
    1985
    7 32
    1986
    7 33
    1987
    7 34
    1988
    7 35
    1989
    7 36
    1990
    7 37
    1991
    7 38
    1992
    7 39
    1993
     
    Subject Files [subseries]:
    7 40
    Career Investigator Grant Com., 1957-1958
    7 41
    Career Invest. Select. Comm., 1958-1960
    7 42
    Children's Zoo, 1963-1965, n.d.
    7 43
    Committee on Animals, 1963-1966
    7 44
    Committee on Procedure, 1963-1964
    8 1
    Comp Behavior Research Center, undated
    8 2
    Council of Assembly of Scientists, 1959-1970
    8 3
    Flynn, J.P., 1954-1958, 1980-1981, n.d.
    8 4
    Fossey - Galdikas - Goodall, 1970-1990, n.d.
    8 5-5a
    Fulton Biography, 1963-1992, n.d.
    8 6
    Hardison, O.B., 1990
    8 7
    John F. Fulton, A Midsummer Reminiscence, 1960-1966, n.d.
    8 8
    Matthews, Joseph, 1959-1960
    8 9
    New York Zoological Society, 1963-1966, n.d.
    8 10
    NIMH Promotion Board, 1960-1962
    8 11
    Percival Bailey Educational Project, 1959-1977
    8 12
    Scientific Counselors LOBEB, Oct. 27-28, 1978
    8 13
    Section on Comparative Biopsychology, 1972-1974
    8 14
    Special Ad Hoc Reports, Stetten Report, 1969-1984
     
    Lab Personnel [subseries]:
    8 15
    Bagley, Garrett, 1971-1983, n.d.
    8 16
    Bishop, Charles, 1973, 1980, n.d.
    8 17
    Bohlen, Nina, 1979
    8 18
    Bupp, Jane, 1978-1981
    8 19
    Bussard, Thalia, 1979-1983, n.d.
    8 20
    Calhoun, J.B., 1964-1984, n.d.
    8 21
    Cornell, Elizabeth, 1977
    8 22
    Hamilton, Sue, 1975-1978
    8 23
    Kerlin, Alice, 1977-1979
    8 24
    Kerlin, George, 1975-1978
    8 25
    Kussman, Lisa, 1983-1984
    8 26
    Lambert, Catherine, 1979-1980
    8 27
    Lastova, Paul L., 1981-1982, n.d.
    8 28
    LeMarr, Robin, 1981-1982
    8 29
    Lonsdale, Deborah, 1976-1979
    8 30
    Mackay, Mich'l, 1974-1977, n.d.
    8 31
    Marlowe, Andrew, 1983, n.d.
    8 32
    Murphy, Mich'l, 1973-1983, n.d.
    8 33
    Nunez, Adeline, 1974-1978
    8 34
    Oppenheimer, Jeffrey, 1981, 1983
    8 35
    Orr, Ann, 1981-1983
    8 36
    Ostapoff, Mich'l, 1978-1979
    8 37
    Page, Hilary, 1978
    8 38
    Rappaport, Bernard, 1966-1969, n.d.
    8 39
    Reeves, Alexander, 1963-1970
    8 40
    Reis, Donald, 1961-1990, n.d.
    8 41
    Roberts, Paul, 1982-1983, n.d.
    8 42
    Roth, E. Carol, 1977-1991
    8 43
    Roth, Jan, 1976-1981, n.d.
    8 44
    Sewell, Rodney, 1972-1980
    8 45
    Slotnick, Burton, 1970-1981, n.d.
    9 1
    Stanley, Walter, 1972-1977, n.d.
    9 2
    Waters, Levi, 1963-1977
    9 3
    Watson, Charles, 1978-1982
    9 4
    Yokota, Toshikatsu, 1962-1978, n.d.
    9 5
    Zoerb, Etta Maye, 1974-1988
     
    Series 4: Professional Activities, 1947-1993 [series]:
     
    Lectures [subseries]:
    9 6
    EKG Lecture & notes, 1947
    9 7
    Psychiatric Staff Conference, Jan., 1950
    9 8
    Interurban - Forebrain and Af. Beh., Dec., 1950
    9 9
    Connecticut Seminar, 1950
    9 10
    Alpha Gamma Alpha, 26 Mar., 1951
    9 11
    Autonomics #1, 26 May, 1951
    9 12
    EEG - Physiological Background, 1951
    9 13
    EEG - ii. Normal variations, Nov., 1951
    9 14
    EEG - Physiological Background, Nov., 1951
    9 15
    Roanoke Paper, 29 Apr., 1952
    9 16
    Neurology Exam in Psychiatry, 1952
    9 17
    Butler, Northampton, 1953
    9 18
    Physiology Seminar, 6 May, 1953
    9 19
    Cushing Paper, 1953
    9 20
    Montreal Internat'l Physiological Congress, Sept., 1953
    9 21
    Psychiatric Staff Conference, 19633
    9 22
    Alpha Gamma Alpha, 18 Mar., 1954
    9 23
    New Orleans, 28 Mar., 1954
    9 24
    Dwight Chapel Talk, 3 May, 1954
    9 25
    Neuro. Study Unit & P.G. Sem., Fall 1954
    9 26
    Philadelphia Paper, Fall 1954
    9 27
    Veterans Hospital Paper, 4 Feb., 1955
    9 28
    Boston Soc. Neur. & Psych., Feb., 1955
    9 29
    Toronto Paper, 8 Mar., 1955
    9 30
    Bethesda Paper, 5 May, 1955
    9 31
    Atlantic City-Gantt, May, 1955
    9 32
    Cleveland Paper, 19 Nov., 1955
    9 33
    Psychiatric Staff Conference, Dec., 1955
    9 34
    Limbic System in Relation to Cent. Gray..., 1955
    9 35
    Psychiatric Staff Conference, 9 Feb., 1956
    9 36
    Middletown Scientific Society, 14 Feb., 1956
    9 37
    St. Adele E'EG Meeting, 4 Mar., 1956
    9 38
    Lyons Lecture, 18 Apr., 1956
    9 39
    Dwight Chapel, 2 May, 1956
    9 40
    Symposium Atlantic City, 1956
    9 41
    Seminar on Perception, 12 Feb., 1957
    9 42
    CIBA, July 2-19, 1957
    9 43
    Walter Reed Seminar, 20 Nov., 1957
    9 44
    Thudichum Talk, 19 Apr., 1958
    9 45
    St. Elizabeth's Symposium, 26 Apr., 1958
    9 46
    Basic Research Seminar, 17 Sept., 1959
    9 47
    Univ. of Maryland, 10 Oct., 1958
    9 48
    Adult Psychiatry, 18 Nov., 1958
    9 49
    Eastman Memorial Lecture, 5 Dec., 1958
    9 50
    Josiah Macy Conference, 2 Feb., 1959
    9 51
    SY: Rhinencephalon, 17 Apr., 1959
    9 52
    Kubie Discussion, 27 Nov., 1959
    9 53
    AAA Symposium, 29 Dec., 1959
    9 54
    Sheppard-Pratt Lecture, 8 Oct., 1960
    9 55
    L/SE: Sexual Funct., San Francisco, 14 Nov., 1960
    9 56
    L: Sexual Beh., San Francisco, 16 Nov., 1960
    9 57
    SY: Expressions Emotions in Man NY, 29 Dec., 1960
    9 58
    Chapel Hill Lecture, 1960
    9 59
    Lecture Research Assoc., 1960
    9 60
    Talk N.I.N.D.B. Counselors, 1960
    9 61
    L: Psychiatric Implications NY, 11 Mar., 1961
    9 62
    Hippocampus Sympos - Montpellier, August 24-26, 1961
    9 63
    Zurich Conference Baden-Baden, August 27-31, 1961
    9 64
    Monoamines Conference Geneva, September 1-2, 1961
    9 65
    Neurophys. Seminar, 13 Oct., 1961
    9 66
    Illinois State Psychiatric Institute (P. Bailey), 21 Oct., 1961
    9 67
    Talk to NIMH Counsellors, 26 Oct., 1961
    9 68
    Neuroendocrinology Symposium, December 6-18, 1961
    9 69
    University of Maryland Seminar, Jan., 1962
    9 70
    Neuroendocrine Lecture Atlantic City, 16 Apr., 1962
    9 71
    American Neurological Assoc. Atlantic City, 18 June, 1962
    9 72
    Winston-Salem Seminar, 15 Nov., 1962
    9 73
    Seminar for Lab of Chem. Pharmacology, 1962
    9 74
    Yale Psychiatric Seminar, 31 Jan., 1963
    9 75
    SY: Brain & Gonadal Function, February 24-27, 1963
    9 76
    Neurophys. Seminar, Mar., 1963
    9 77
    Albert Einstein Symposium, May 16-17, 1963
    9 78
    Pain & Itch, New Haven, 20 May., 1963
    10 1
    Brady Lecture, 7 Jan., 1965
    10 2
    Walter Reed - Brain & Vision, 10 Mar., 1965
    10 3
    Cincinnati, 21 Apr., 1965
    10 4
    Yale Alumni Day, 12 June, 1965
    10 5
    International Symposium, 19 Aug., 1965
    10 6
    American EEG Society, Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1965
    10 7
    Baltimore, 28 Jan., 1966
    10 8
    Howard University Lecture, 12 May, 1966
    10 9
    George Washington University, 20 May, 1966
    10 10
    Kansas City, 23 May, 1966
    10 11
    La. Neurophysiology Seminar, 21 Oct., 1966
    10 12
    Salmon Lectures, 7 Dec., 1966
    10 13
    Scientific Counselors, 1966
    10 14
    Conference on Digestive Diseases, February 5-19, 1967
    10 15
    St. Elizabeth's, 16 Feb., 1967
    10 16
    Strecker Lecture, 10 Mar., 1967
    10 17
    Pharmacology, G.W. University, 25 Apr., 1967
    10 18
    Scientific Counselors Talk, 1967
    10 19
    Philadelphia Psychiatric Society, 11 Mar., 1968
    10 20
    Neurophysiology Club, 30 Apr., 1969
    10 21
    The Limbic Brain, Baltimore, 14 June, 1968
    10 22
    D: Sweet & Wepsic, 18 June, 1968
    10 23
    International Physiology Congress "PAIN", 28 Aug., 1968
    10 24
    Smithsonian Lecture "Brain & Education", 16 Sept., 1968
    10 25
    Queen's Lecture, February 11-12, 1969
    10 26
    Toronto Symposium, 20 Mar., 1969
    10 27
    L: Ohio State, Columbus, 25 Apr., 1969
    10 28
    Triune Brain, 15 Aug., 1969
    10 29
    9th Annual Career Development Conference, January 28-31, 1970
    10 30
    Space Medicine, 8 Feb., 1970
    10 31
    Baltimore Talk, 27 Feb., 1970
    10 32
    Hoffmann-Roche Lecture, 27 Feb., 1970
    10 33
    St. E's, 12 Mar., 1970
    10 34
    New York Medical College, 20 Mar., 1970
    10 35
    New York Academy of Sciences, 4 May, 1971
    10 36
    Sidwell Science Class, 1971
    10 37
    Sympos. on Aggression, Medical College of Pa., 15 Nov., 1971
    10 38
    L: AAAS, Philadelphia, 27 Dec., 1971
    10 39
    International Society of Psycho-Neuroendocrin., 1971
    10 40
    G. Burroughs Mider Lecture, 9 Feb., 1972
    10 41
    Cornell - NY Hospital Neurological Seminar, 6 Apr., 1972
    10 42
    Institute of Living, 23 May, 1972
    10 43
    L: Royaumont Abbey, September 6-19, 1972
    11 1
    ARNMD, December 1-2, 1972
    11 2
    Psychosurgery, 18 Jan., 1973
    11 3
    L: FDA, Rockville, 8 Feb., 1973
    11 4
    Gainesville, 17 Mar., 1973
    11 5
    FASEB Proceed., 18 Apr., 1973
    11 6
    Charlottesville, 11 May, 1973
    11 7
    Calgary Symposium, 1973
    11 8
    Karolinska Symposium, June 4-196, 1973
    11 9
    Neuroscience Symposium, 8 Nov., 1973
    11 10
    Psychoanalytic Lecture, 14 Dec., 1973
    11 11
    Washington Univ., 6 Mar., 1974
    11 12
    Rutgers Symposium, 27 Apr., 1974
    11 13
    Sardinia, June 3-198, 1974
    11 14
    Wash. Psychiatric Soc. - Georgetown Univ., 30 Oct., 1974
    11 15
    Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy Visit to NIH, 17 Dec., 1974
    11 16
    Neuroscience Seminar, Jan., 1975
    11 17
    Woodrow Wilson Scholars, 11 Feb., 1975
    11 18
    Rutgers Research Training Program, 12 Mar., 1975
    11 19
    National Naval Medical Center Seminar, 26 Mar., 1975
    11 20
    Rockefeller Seminar, 22 May, 1975
    11 21
    Leakey Symposium, 1 Nov., 1975
    11 22
    Winston-Salem, 16 Mar., 1976
    11 23
    Princeton Seminar, 21 May, 1976
    11 24
    Heidelberg, 21 May, 1976
    11 25
    Calhoun Conf., June, 1976
    11 26
    Papez Symposium, 5 Nov., 1976
    11 27
    Psychiatry Res. Course, 6 Jan., 1977
    11 28
    Neuroscience Seminar, 15 Feb., 1977
    11 29
    West Virginia Univ. Seminar, Dept. of Anatomy, Mar., 1977
    11 30
    American Orthopsychiatric Association Meeting, April 11-16, 1977
    11 31
    Boston U. Lecture, 1977
    11 32
    Leakey - London, 15 Sept., 1977
    11 33
    International Society for Research on Aggression, 23 Sept., 1978
    11 34
    Eastern Psychological Association Symposium, 18 Apr., 1979
    11 35
    Washington Society for History of Medicine, 28 Apr., 1979
    11 36
    Washington Academy of Medicine, 6 June, 1979
    11 37
    Leakey Symposium, Santa Fe, 13 Oct., 1979
    11 38
    Georgetown Family Center, 16 Nov., 1979
    11 39
    Presidential Management Interns, 10 Mar., 1980
    11 40
    Tulane, 25 Mar., 1980
    11 41
    Niagara Falls, 19 Apr., 1980
    12 1
    University of Maryland, 25 Apr., 1980
    12 2
    Menninger, May 20-21, 1980
    12 3
    Teratology Society, June, 1980
    12 4
    St. Elizabeth's, 15 Sept., 1980
    12 5
    George Washington Univ. School of Medicine, 15 Oct., 1980
    12 6
    Toronto AAAS, Peters Symposium, 4 Jan., 1981
    12 7
    Toronto AAAS, Gray Symposium, 5 Jan., 1981
    12 8
    USUHS Seminar, 28 Jan., 1981
    12 9
    Conference on Cognition, Learning & Memory, June 22-23, 1981
    12 10
    Goethe Institute Symposium, 26 Sept., 1981
    12 11
    Conference on Sci. & Lit., Library of Congress, November 9-10, 1981
    12 12
    AAAS, 1982
    12 13
    Grand Rounds Nat'l Naval Med. Center, 13 Jan., 1982
    12 14
    Bryn Mawr Club Lecture, 27 Jan., 1982
    12 15
    MIT Seminar, 26 Feb., 1982
    12 16
    Conference on Altruism and Aggression, April 15-17, 1982
    12 17
    Juniata, 23 Apr., 1982
    12 18
    Adolf Meyer Lecture, 18 May, 1982
    12 19
    SE: Stettin, 21 May, 1982
    12 20
    Internat. Soc. Pol. Psychol., June, 1982
    12 21
    George Washington University, 4 Mar., 1983
    12 22
    Grinnell College, 10 Mar., 1983
    12 23
    L: Grand Rounds NY Neurology, 25 Mar., 1983
    12 24
    Walter Reed, 5 Apr., 1983
    12 25
    University of Vermont, 18 Apr., 1983
    12 26
    Dartmouth Neurology, 19 Apr., 1983
    12 27
    Toronto, May 8-10, 1983
    12 28
    SY: Inst Psychodynamics & Origins of Mind, May 12-15, 1983
    12 29
    University of Texas, 22 Sept., 1983
    12 30
    Smithsonian: The Human Brain, 1 Dec., 1983
    12 31
    HESP-University of Maryland, 8 Dec., 1983
    12 32
    Mass. General Hospital, 7 Feb., 1984
    12 33
    Phila. Psych. Soc., 12 Mar., 1984
    12 34
    Case Western Reserve University, 1 May, 1984
    12 35
    Blackburn Lecture, 17 May, 1984
    12 36
    Midwest Neurological Inst., 26 Oct., 1984
    12 37
    Chicago Acad. of Sci., 4 Dec., 1984
    12 38
    Balt. Gerontology Lecture, 11 Mar., 1985
    12 39
    Washington Philosophy Society, 30 Mar., 1985
    12 40
    Butler Hospital, Providence, RI, 4 Apr., 1985
    12 41
    Potomac Chapter for Neuroscience, 14 Apr., 1985
    12 42
    Am. Soc. Adol. Psychiatry, Dallas, 17 May, 1985
    12 43
    Yale, Cosmic View of Life, 31 May, 1985
    12 44
    Biological Psychiatry-World Congress, Phila. Pa, 1985
    13 1
    Frontal Lobe Conference, 18 Oct., 1985
    13 2
    Binghamton, 14 Mar., 1986
    13 3
    N.Y. Neuropsych. Group, 15 Mar., 1986
    13 4
    U. of Md. Univ. Health Center, College Park, 4 Apr., 1986
    13 5
    St. Luke's-Chicago, 23 Apr., 1986
    13 6
    Monterey Conference, April 25-27, 1986
    13 7
    P: Dagomy's USSR Anonkin's Operational, 28 Oct., 1986
    13 8
    Johns Hopkins Univ., The Limbic System, 12 Mar., 1987
    13 9
    L: Grand Rounds Duke Univ., 19 Mar., 1987
    13 10
    U. Md. (Balt. Co.), 14 May, 1987
    13 11
    C: Butler/Brown Conf., Some Fractal..., October 8-19, 1987
    13 12
    Butler-Brown Conf., Oct., 1987
    13 13
    SY: Neuroci. Meeting Audiovocal Comm., 12 Nov., 1987
    13 14
    Halifax, Canada, Apr., 1988
    13 15
    Howard University - Pharmacology, 2 Nov., 1988
    13 16
    A Triune Concept of the Brain & Behavior, undated
    13 17
    Hippo Formation, undated
    13 18
    Sidwell PTA, undated
     
    Conferences and Seminars [subseries]:
    13 19
    American Neurological Association - Abstract, 1975
    13 20
    Cent. Nerv. System Cont. of Circulation, 1959
    13 21
    Eastern Shore School Conf., 1992
    13 22
    International Program, 28 May, 1963
    13 23
    Isaacson Symposium, 1993
    13 24
    Koestler Festschrift, 1975
    13 25
    McMaster University, 1964-1965
    13 26
    Merril Seminar, 1974
    13 27
    Moscow, 1992
    13 28
    Pentagon Conference, 1975
    13 29
    Dr. Restak Teaching Seminar, 18 Nov., 1976
     
    Correspondence [subseries]:
    13 30
    Arieti Paper, 1977
    13 31
    Brain's Generation Gap, 1973
    13 32
    Einaudi - Italy, 1982-1984
    13 33
    Ethology & Nonverbal Comm. In Mental Health, 1978, 1980
    13 34
    Graz Symposium, 1971
    13 35
    Henry Phipps Lecture, 15 Nov., 1961
    13 36
    The Hippocampus: A Comprehensive Treatise, 1972-1976
    13 37
    Koestler, Arthur, 1965-1983, n.d.
    13 38
    Man-Environment Systems, On the Evolution of Three Mentalities, 1975
    13 39
    National Academy Symposium, 1960
    13 40
    N.Y. Academy of Science - "Origins & Evol. Of Lang. & Speech", 1975
    13 41
    N.Y. Psychoanalytic Inst., 5 June, 1993
    13 42
    Symposium - Italy, 1983
    13 43
    Symposium on Limbic Epilepsy, Sydney, Australia, Feb., 1980
    13 44
    Thanatology and Genetics, 1975
    13 45
    The Triune Brain, 1975
    13 46
    University of Rochester, 1982
    13 47
    II World Congress of Biological Psychiatry, 1977-1978
     
    Committees and Boards [subseries]:
    13 48
    Board of Managers, Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences, 1951, 1961
    13 49
    EEO Council, 1980
    13 50
    Gruter Institute, 1986-1992
    13 51
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1954-1956
    13 52
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1957
    13 53
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1958
    13 54
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1959
    13 55
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1960
    13 56
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 1961
    14 1
    Lab. & Sect. Chiefs, undated
    14 2
    National Academy of Sciences Ad Hoc Comm., 1971-1972
    14 3
    Psychosomatic Medicine Editor, 1957-1962
    14 4-5
    NINDS Search Committee, 1972-1973
     
    Series 5: Writings, 1950-1991 [series]:
     
    Writings of Others [subseries]:
    14 6
    De Ryck, Marc, 1977-1982, n.d.
    14 7
    Fischer, Roland, 1991
    14 8
    Hallowitz, Robert A., 1970-1973, n.d.
    14 9
    Kinnard, Matthew A., 1963-1967, n.d.
    14 10
    Kubie, J.L., 1974-1976
    14 11
    Mead, Margaret, 1974-1976
    14 12
    Neuronography, 1944-1951
    14 13
    PAIN, 1950
    14 14
    Papez, James W., undated
    14 15
    Radna, Richard, undated
    14 16
    Dr. E. Trams "In Memoriam", 1982
    14 17
    Vagus, undated
    14 18
    Vagus - Bibliography, undated
    14 19
    Vagus - Cerebellum, undated
    14 20-21
    Visceral Afferent Phys., undated
     
    Abstracts [subseries]:
    14 22
    A Neuroethological Study of Display Behavior in Lizards, Nov., 1975
    14 23
    Atlantic City, 1965
    14 24
    Cajal Club Meetings, March 1975
    14 25
    Contrasting Functions of Limbic and Neo + Etc., 1958-1961
    14 26
    Effects of Vagal Volleys on Unit Activity of Hippocampus, 1976
    14 27
    Erection display in male-male and male-female interaction in the squirrel monkey, 1961
    14 28
    Exploratory unit analysis of exteroceptive inputs to the insular cortex, 1968
    14 29
    Federations Proceedings, 1974
    14 30
    Slowing of Heart Rate with Hippocampal After Discharges, Etc., undated
    14 31
    Species-typical behavior of hamsters deprives from birth of neocortex, undated
     
    MacLean Writings [subseries]:
    14 32
    Cajal Translation, 1952-1956
    14 33
    Education and the Brain, 1976-1981
    14 34
    New Findings, 1962-1965
    14 35
    Zurich Notes, 1956-1957
     
    Series 6: Audiovisual, 1936; 1972 [series]:
    14 37
    Movies taken at the Physiology Department, Yale Medical School (VHS), 1936-1937
    14 38
    G. Burroughs Mider Lecture (Reel-to-reel audiotape), 9 Feb., 1972