Selected Articles and Chapters on Comparative Psychology

10. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychology and comparative psychologists: An assessment.

Journal of Biological Psychology, 1968, 10(1), 35-38.

36. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychologists and their quest for uniformity. Annals of the New

York Academy of Sciences, 1973, 223, 147-167.

43. Dewsbury, D. A. The use of muroid rodents in the psychology laboratory. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 1974, 6, 301-308.

88. Dewsbury, D. A. What is (was?) the “fixed action pattern?” Animal Behaviour, 1978, 26, 310-311.

93. Dewsbury, D. A. Animal Behavior. In M. E. Meyer (Ed.) Foundations of Contemporary Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. Pp. 199-226.

159. Dewsbury, D. A. Muroid rodents as research animals, ILAR News, 1984, 28(1), 8-15.

188. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychology, ethology, and animal behavior. Annual Review of Psychology, 40, 581-602.

200. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychology: retrospect and prospect. In D. A. Dewsbury (Ed.). Contemporary issues in comparative psychology. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer, 1990, pp. 431-448.

217. Dewsbury, D. A. “Psychobiology.” American Psychologist, 1991, 46, 198-205

227. Dewsbury, D. A. What comparative psychologyis about. Teaching of Psychology, 1992, 19, 4-11.

228. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychology and ethology: A reassessment. American Psychologist, 1992, 47, 208-215.

233. Dewsbury, D. A. Studies of rodent-human interactions in animal psychology. In H. Davis and D. Balfour (eds.) The Inevitable Bond: Examining scientist-animal interactions. pp. 23-43 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

239. Dewsbury, D. A. Essay: On the problems studied in ethology. Ethology, 1992, 92, 89-107.

277. Dewsbury, D. A. Animal research: Getting in and getting out. The General Psychologist, 1995, 32(1), 19-25.

299. Dewsbury, D. A. Is the fox guarding the henhouse? A historical study of the dual role of the Committee on Research and Ethics. In L. A. Hart (Ed.) Responsible conduct of research in animal behavior (pp. 18-29). New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

301. Dewsbury, D. A. Animal psychology in journals, 1911-1927: Another look at the snark. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1998, 112,400-405.

302. Dewsbury, D. A. A note on the early editorial policies of the Journal of Comparative Psychology. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1998, 112, 406-407.

308. Dewsbury, D. A. The proximate and the ultimate: Past, present, and future. Behavioural Processes, 1999, 46, 189-199

309. Dewsbury, D. A. Bucknell, the Animal Behavior Society, and me. Animal Behavior Society Newsletter, 1999, 44(3), 5-7.

313. Dewsbury, D. A. Comparative psychology. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology v2, (pp. 224-227). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association and Oxford University Press.

324. Dewsbury, D. A. Issues in comparative psychology at the dawn of the twentieth century. American Psychologist, 2000, 55, 750-753.

334. Dewsbury, D. A. (2003). Comparative psychology. In I. B. Weiner (Ed.) Handbook of Psychology. Vol. 1: History of Psychology (vol. ed. D. K. Freedheim pp. 67-84). New York: Wiley.

335. Dewsbury, D. A. (2003). Charles Henry Turner, Scientist. In C. I. Abramson, L. D. Jackson, & C. L. Fuller (Eds.) Selected papers and biography of Charles Henry Turner (1967-1923),pioneer of comparative, animal behavior studies (pp. 1-17). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

337. Dewsbury, D. A. (2003). The Conference on Reproductive Behavior: A History. Hormones and Behavior, 43. 465-473.

342. Dewsbury, D. A. (2003). Archival adventures in the history of comparative psychology. In D. Baker (Ed.), Thick description and fine texture: Studies in the history of psychology (pp. 143-161,211-215). Akron, OH: University of Akron Press.

343. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). Becoming big frogs in a small pond: On gaining eminence in comparative psychology. In T. C. Dalton and R. B. Evans (Eds.) The life cycle of psychological ideas: Understanding prominence and the dynamics of intellectual change (pp. 133-154). New York: Kluwer.

344. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). Donald Redfield Griffin (1915-2003). American Psychologist, 59, 266.

345. Dewsbury, D. A. (2005). Comparative psychology: A case study of development of support for basic research by a Federal agency with an applied mission 1948-1963. In W. E. Pickren and S. F. Schneider (Eds.) Psychology and the National Institute of Mental Health: A historical analysis of science, practice, and policy (pp. 31-60). Washington, DC: APA Books.

346. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). History of animal behavior studies. In M. Bekoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior vol. 2, pp. 624-632 Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

346a. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). Frisch, Karl von. In M. Bekoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior vol. 2, p. 602 Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

346b. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). Lorenz, Konrad Z. . In M. Bekoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior vol. 2, p. 725 Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

346c. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). Tinbergen, Nikolaas. In M. Bekoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior vol. 3, p. 1051 Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

346d. Dewsbury, D. A. (2004). A visit with Niko and Lies Tinbergen. In M. Bekoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of animal behavior vol. 3, p. 1053. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

347. Staddon, J., & Dewsbury, D. A. (2005). Nancy K. Innis. History of Psychology, 8, 218-222.

348. Dewsbury, D. A. (2005). Founders of the Animal Behavior Society. Animal Behavior Society Newsletter, 50(4), 4-5.

349. Dewsbury, D. A. (2005). The Darwin-Bateman paradigm in historical context. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 45, 831-837.

352. Dewsbury, D. A. (2006). Niko Tinbergen: Nobel-Prize-Winning Ethologist. In D. A. Dewsbury, L. T. Benjamin, L. T., Jr., and M. Wertheimer (Eds.) Portraits of pioneers in psychology. Vol. 6. ( pp. 238-252). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

352a. Dewsbury, D. A. (2006, June 15). New book details ‘Monkey Farm’s history in OP. Clay Today, 36 (24), A14-A15.

353. Dewsbury, D. A. (2007). Plenary addresses at the meetings of the Animal Behavior Society: A history. Animal Behavior Society Newsletter, 52(1), 4-5.