Henry Morlock on teaching psychology at SUNY Plattsburgh

Henry Morlock taught psychology at SUNY Plattsburgh from 1965 until his retirement in 1998. He came to SUNY Plattsburgh from a stint studying sleep for the military, right when NYS was rapidly expanding the state school system. He trained rats, developed high school psychology curriculum, and helped develop performance assessments for the university, teaching Psych 101 all along the way. His journey started with moving up to the North Country in the middle of the winter.

Permissions Statement

North Country Public Radio is not the owner or holder of copyright for any images within the North Country at Work archive. For uses of a photo (other than educational or non-commercial purposes), contact the photo’s institution of origin.