A brief history will have to suffice. I was born and thus far have not died.
R.D.#5, 3002 ST RT 48
Oswego, NY 13126
Ph.D. 1969 Syracuse University, Mathematics
M.A. 1963 Syracuse University, Mathematics
B.A. 1960 State University of New York at Binghamton
1987-Present State University of New York at Oswego - Professor
1975-1987 State University of New York at Oswego - Associate Professor
1968-1975 State University of New York at Oswego - Assistant Professor
1990-1991 University of California at Irvine, Mathematics Dept., Visiting Scholar
Summer 1988 University of Texas-Austin, Psychology Dept. Visiting Scholar
1983-1984 University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, Mathematics Dept. Research Scholar
1975-1976 Yale University, Mathematics Dept. Visiting Scholar
American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Digital Equipment Corporation Users Society
Association of Computing Machinery
/CNY Users Group
Daly, J. T.," On Liouville F-Algebras". Studie Mathematica, (1971) 1-16.
Daly, J. T. & Downum, P. "A Banach Algebra of Functions with Bounded nth Differences". Transaction A. M. S., (1976) 279-294.
Daly, H. B., & Daly, J. T. "A Mathematical Model of Reward and Aversive Nonreward: Its Application in over 30 Appetitive Learning Situations". Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 111, (1982) 441-480.
Daly, H. B. & Daly, J. T. "DMOD - A Mathematical Model of Reward and Aversive Non-Reward in Appetitive Learning Situations. Program and Instruction Manual". Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 16. (1984) 38-52.
Daly, H. B. & Daly, J. T. "A Computer Simulation/Mathematical Model of Learning. Extension of DMOD from Appetitive to Aversive Situations". Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers (1987) 108-112.
Daly, H. B. & Daly, J. T. "Value of Mathematical Modeling of Appetitive and Aversive Learning: Review and Extension of DMOD". In M. R. Denny (Ed) Aversive Events and Behavior. (1991).
Daly, H. B. & Daly, J. T. "Persistence and the importance of nonreward: Some applications of frustration theory and DMOD". Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 1, (1994) 311 - 317.