Don Walter

Don is an Electrical Engineer working at Jacksonville State University in the University Library. He graduated from Purdue University in 1978 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and has worked at various companies as an engineer and programmer. His experience includes real-time process control, robotics, microprocessor design, networking, and Unix system administration.

Don created JSU's original web site in 1994 and did system and web server maintenance on JSU's servers until December of 1999. He also created and maintains the Psychology.org website.


Psychology Publications

  1. Palya, W. L., Walter, D., Kessel, R., & Lucke, R. (2002). Linear Modeling of Steady-State Behavior. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 77, 3-27.
    This article is a featured article on the JEAB website. A pdf version can be downloaded from that site.

  2. Palya, W. L. & Walter, D. (1997). Rate of a maintained operant as a function of temporal position within a session. Animal Learning & Behavior, 25, 291-300.
  3. Palya, W. L., Walter, D., Kessel, R., and Lucke, R. (1996). Investigating behavioral dynamics with a fixed-time extinction schedule and linear analysis. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 66, 915-409
  4. Chu, J. Y. M., Palya, W. L., & Walter, D. E. (1995). Creating hypertext markup language document for an information server. Behavior, Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 27, 200-205.
  5. Palya, W. L., Walter, D. E., & Chu, J. Y. M. (1995). An inexpensive 1-millisecond experiment control interface for IBM PCs and its user-friendly control language. Behavior, Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 27, 129-130.
  6. Palya, W. L. & Walter, D. E. (1993). A powerful, inexpensive experiment controller or IBM PC interface and experiment control language. Behavior, Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 25, 127-136.

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Last Updated : February 19, 2009