Israel Goldiamond, 76, an experimental psychologist who...


November 30, 1995

Israel Goldiamond, 76, an experimental psychologist who found novel ways to investigate animal and human behavior patterns and used this knowledge to help patients overcome unwanted habits, died of bone marrow cancer Nov. 19 in Chicago. He had retired from the University of Chicago in 1990 as professor emeritus of psychiatry and psychology. His forte was the analysis of behavior under controlled laboratory

conditions. His research generated methods of altering harmful or problematic behavior, including overeating, smoking and phobias.

Dorothy Jeakins, 81, who won the first Oscar in costume design for outfitting Ingrid Bergman in the 1948 movie "Joan of Arc," died Nov 21 in Los Angeles. She and Edith Head shared an Academy Award in 1950 for the costumes for "Samson and Delilah," with Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr. Her third Oscar was for 1964's "Night of the Iguana" for costumes worn by Richard Burton and Deborah Kerr.

Esker K. Davis, 60, an engineer for unmanned explorations of Mercury, Mars, Saturn and Venus, died of cancer Friday in Pasadena, Calif.

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