LANE, Harlan. American, b. 1936. Genres: Intellectual history, Psychology, Language/Linguistics. Career: University Distinguished Professor, 1988-, Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Northeastern University, Boston, 1974-88 (Chairman of the Dept., 1974-79). Assistant Professor, 1960-64, Associate Professor, 1964-67, and Professor of Psychology, 1967-71, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Professor of Linguistics, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1969-73. Publications: (with D. Bem) A Laboratory Manual for the Control and Analysis of Behavior, 1964; (with G. Capelle) The World's Research in Language Learning, 1969; Introduction aa l'aetude du langage, 1972; The Wild Boy of Aveyron: A History of the Education of Retarded, Deaf and Hearing Children, 1976; The Wild Boy of Burundi: Psychological Catastrophies of Childhood, 1979; (trans. with F. Philip) Major Philosophical Works of Etienne Bonnot de Condillac, 1982; When the Mind Hears: A History of the Deaf, 1984; The Mask of Benevolence: Disabling the Deaf Community, 1992; (with R. Hoffmeister and B. Bahan) A Journey into the Deaf-World, 1996. EDITOR: (with F. Grosjean) Current Perspectives on American Sign Language, 1980; (with F. Philip) The Deaf Experience: Classics in Language and Education, 1984; (with C. Carroll) Diary of a Deaf Boy: The Youth of Laurent Clerc, 1991; (with R. Fischer) Looking Back: A Reader on the History of Deaf Communities and Their Sign Languages, 1993; Education and Access for Deaf People in France and the United States, 1994. Address: Psychology Dept, Northeastern University, 125 Nightingale Hall, 360 Huntington, Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A.