Drugs and Behavior ed. by Leonard Uhr and James G. Miller
Author Leonard Uhr was known primarily for his work with artificial intelligence. This is one of two books he co-authored on the effects of drugs on the human brain, with the goal of incorporating this knowledge into his work with computers.
Author James Miller coined the term "behavioural science," and originated living systems theory.
New York, London: John Wiley & Sons, 1962.
Second printing. xix, 676 pp.
Hardcover. Very good in good+ dust jacket.