|Joseph V. Brady|
|Bob Schuster 2010|
Bob Schuster was Joe Brady's graduate student while I was a post-doctoral fellow sharing the laboratory. The two of us collaborated on one of the first compelling animal models of opiate addictive behavior, which led eventually to adoption in a simplified form throughout the world.In 1964 and 65 Bob (Charles R.) Schuster and I wrote the first textbook in the field Joe helped establish, Behavioral Pharmacology. Not long ago I ran across a type written leather bound copy in a used bookstore that I had used to teach the first behavioral pharmacology course to one of the first groups of graduate students at the University of Minnesotan (pictured here), before the published version was available. I wanted to try it out to see how well it was received, and whether it would have any impact on the fledgling graduate students.
|Leather Bound Pre-Publication Copy of Behavioral Pharmacology|