Ernest Dzendolet

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
sensory psychology
"Ernest Dzendolet"

Ernest Dzendolet, sensory psychology, 73, of Pelham, a died June 25, 2000 in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. He was first employed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, where he worked closely with the 2nd wave of astronauts on motor and sensory studies for their trips into space. Mr. Dzendolet was then a professor of sensory psychology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He had been on the faculty since 1960, and had recently retired at the end of this school year. His most recent work, published in 1999, was on the "Theory of Behavioral Mechanics." He taught and published in the areas of gestation, audition, and balance. His wife, Betty (Manegold)
Dzendolet, died earlier. He leaves a daughter, Karen Dzendolet of
Beverly. A brother, Arthur Dzendolet, died in 1942. . .
(Daily Hampshire Gazette [Northampton, MA])

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Powell GM, Dzendolet E. (1984) Power spectral density analysis of lateral human standing sway. Journal of Motor Behavior. 16: 424-41
Dzendolet E, Murphy C. (1974) Electrical stimulation of human fungiform papillae Chem.Senses Flavor. 1: 9-15
Licklider JC, Dzendolet E. (1948) Oscillographic Scatterplots Illustrating Various Degrees of Correlation. Science (New York, N.Y.). 107: 121-4
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