Howard Scott Liddell, 1895-1962, was professor of psychology and psychobiology and founded and directed the Behavior Farm Laboratory at Cornell University. Following Liddell's death, the lab was renamed the Liddell Laboratory of Comparative and Physiological Psychology.
||Graduated Univ. of Michigan
||Cornell Univ. Ph.D.
||Cornell Univ. Instructor
||Cornell Univ. Assistant Prof.
||Cornell Univ. Chairman of Dept. of Physiology in the Medical College
||Cornell Univ. Prof. of Psychology
||Cornell Univ. Prof. of Psychobiology