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From lamontg@stein.u.washington.edu Tue Dec  1 22:33:43 1992
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From: lamontg@stein.u.washington.edu (Lamont Granquist)
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Having reviewed the comments, I'm proposing the creation of the
above newsgroup, sci.med.psychiatry.  Reasons for the name:

1) The alt distribution is limited, and I'd like to welcome more
   technical discussion to it.
2) A combination neurology + psychiatry newsgroup seems to compose two
   somewhat seperate fields, and there seems to be enough demand for
   the psychiatry newsgroup on its own.
3) It (hopefully) would not attract the same frivolous postings that a
   newsgroup specifying "depression" in the name would.
4) I had to pick something.
 
The group would welcome discussion about any psychiatric disorders --
causes, indications, treatment, research, etc.  It should be limited mostly
to discussion of conditions treatible with pharmaceuticals, or that might
fall under the domain of psychiatry -- other threads should go to
sci.psychology.  Discussion of the structure of the brain + nervous
system that has relevance to psychiatry and psychiatric disorders would
be appropriate.  Announcement + discussion of new drugs or new applications
of old drugs would be something that would be encouraged.  And (IMHO) it
should be suggested that threads about "Toxic Psychiatry" should either
go to the new newsgroup about natural medicine, or sci.med.  (Either that
or I think we should create talk.politics.psychiatry...=).

Okay, I've stuck my neck out with my ideas....  sharpen your cleavers...
-- 
Lamont Granquist  lamontg@u.washington.edu
  "When dogma enters the brain, all intellectual activity ceases."
                                      -- Robert Anton Wilson

From ruegg@med.unc.edu Sun Aug 29 22:39:48 1993
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Creation of the unmoderated group sci.med.psychiatry

This is the formal RFD pursuant to prior informal inquiries about how to
create this prospective newsgroup. 
 
Charter
-------
 
sci.med.psychiatry will be a common forum for discussions and
announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.
 
I personally would like to see the following issues appear in *another
forum* in *another hierarchy* since they are not specifically scientific.
However, I would not vote against a charter which included them if the
majority so wished.
-stigma
-liaison with the rest of medicine
-liaison with the public
-government/policy issues
-RVBS and other reimbursement issues
-etc. 
 
 
Rationale
---------
 
1) It is tedious and inconvenient to sort through the 500 or so articles
which appear on sci.med every few days for the ones related to psychiatry.
 
2) If a more concentrated and focused gathering of minds can occur, 
     a) we, as a discipline, can more efficiently process and integrate
new discoveries and ideas, and
     b) we may reach a "critical mass" and be capable of generating
seminal new ideas in a way not possible elsewhere.  
 
 
Summary 
-------
(liberally plagiarized and adapted from the postings of Ron Dippold)
 
sci.med.psychiatry will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in scientific psychiatry together.  Professionals can exchange
clinical information, research ideas, news, events, techniques, and get
feedback from people interested in psychiatry.  Everyone interested in
psychiatry can also get up-to-date information about clinical psychiatry,
psychiatry research, organized psychiatry gatherings, and more.  To
accomplish all of these goals with the thousands of psychiatry
professionals all over the globe, the creation of sci.med.psychiatry is
essential.

From ruegg@med.unc.edu Tue Oct  5 13:07:23 1993
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From: ruegg@med.unc.edu (Robert G. Ruegg)
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Subject: RFD: sci.med.psychobiology
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Creation of the unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
This is a revised repost of the RFD posted originally on 8/30/93 about
sci.med.psychiatry.
 
In order to minimize overlap with sci.psychology, I am proposing the name
of this proposed newsgroup be sci.med.psychobiology. Others have pointed
out the overlap problem and have proposed such names as sci.med.psych and
sci.med.brain.  I understand that sci.med.brain was proposed in the past,
but defeated, perhaps because neurology or neurosurgery felt that term
overlapped their turf.  Therefore this RFD.
 
Cross-posted to:
news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.med,sci.psychology,
bionet.neuroscience,sci.med.pharmacy,bit.listserve.psycgrad

 
Charter
-------
 
sci.med.psychobiology will be a common forum for discussions and
announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry and psychobiology as:
-clinical psychiatry, 
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.
 
I personally would like to see the following issues appear in *another
forum* in *another hierarchy* since they are not specifically scientific.
However, I would not vote against a charter which included them if the
majority so wished.
-stigma
-liaison with the rest of medicine
-liaison with the public
-government/policy issues
-RVBS and other reimbursement issues
-etc. 
 
 
Rationale
---------
 
1) It is tedious and inconvenient to sort through the 500 or so articles
which appear on sci.med every few days for the ones related to psychiatry.
 
2) If a more concentrated and focused gathering of minds can occur, 
     a) we, as a discipline, can more efficiently process and integrate
new discoveries and ideas, and
     b) we may reach a "critical mass" and be capable of generating
seminal new ideas in a way not possible elsewhere.  
 
 
Summary 
-------
(liberally plagiarized and adapted from the posting of Ron Dippold)
 
sci.med.psychobiology will be an important step in linking everyone
interested in scientific psychiatry and psychobiology together. 
Professionals can exchange clinical information, research ideas, news,
events, techniques, and get feedback from people interested in psychiatry.
 Everyone interested in psychiatry and psychobiology can also get
up-to-date information about clinical psychiatry, psychiatric and
psychobiological research, organized psychiatric and psychobiological
gatherings, and more.  To accomplish all of these goals with the thousands
of psychiatric and psychobiological professionals all over the globe, the
creation of sci.med.psychobiology is essential.
 
Discussion so far:
-----------------
 
sci.med.brain and sci.med.psych have been suggested as alternate titles.
Little response to these suggestions so far. 1 or 2 voices in favor of
opening the charter to discussion of stigma, liaison, reimbursement, etc.
A dozen or 2 positive responses to the original RFD.

From roder@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov Fri Nov  5 22:10:37 1993
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                     1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
Newsgroups line:
sci.med.psychobiology	Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

Votes must be received by 27 November 1993, 23:59:59 GMT.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact voting@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov.  For questions about
the proposed group, contact ruegg@med.unc.edu (Robert G. Ruegg).

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



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From roder@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov Mon Nov 22 15:38:15 1993
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                     2nd (LAST) CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology
 
Newsgroups line:
sci.med.psychobiology	Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

Votes must be received by 27 November 1993, 23:59:59 GMT.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact voting@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov.  For questions about
the proposed group, contact ruegg@med.unc.edu (Robert G. Ruegg).

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



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From roder@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov Tue Nov 30 18:59:12 1993
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Subject: RESULT: sci.med.psychobiology passes 217:10
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Unmoderated group sci.med.psychobiology

sci.med.psychobiology group vote results - 227 valid votes

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 217   10 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : sci.med.psychobiology

  18 invalid votes

This margin is adequate for newgroup creation. Barring serious
controversy about the vote, the group will be created five days after
this is posted.

Voting closed at 23:59:59 GMT, 27 Nov 1993.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  

Vote-taker's address:		voting@brenda.jpl.nasa.gov (Brenda J. Roder)
Group proponent's address:	ruegg@med.unc.edu (Robert G. Ruegg)

Newsgroups line:   
sci.med.psychobiology   Dialog and news in psychiatry and psychobiology.

CHARTER


sci.med.psychobiology will be an unmoderated common forum for discussions
and announcements among those interested in such scientific aspects of
psychiatry as:
-psychobiology, 
-psychopharmacology, 
-inheritance of psychiatric illness, 
-behavioral genetics,
-psychoneurobiology, 
-neuropsychiatry, 
-neuropsychology, 
-psychoneuroendocrinology
-psychoneuroimmunology
-psychosomatics
-somatization disorder
-psychiatric education and training
-research support and funding
-research training
etc.



VOTE Asions, aCK

***** Please don't use this voting list to generate a mailing list (neither the
yes or no votes) -- voters are not necessarily interested in the topic *****

sci.med.psychobiology group vote Final Vote Ack


Yes Votes
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1780419@cat.cce.usp.br                                         CRISTIANE LOPES
89bendav@wave.scar.utoronto.ca                               BEN-DAVID MICHAEL
adamfast@u.washington.edu                                            adam fast
ae446@freenet.carleton.ca                                          Nigel Allen
af121@freenet.carleton.ca                                      Chris Kingsbury
akcobb@unix.amherst.edu                                               poohbear
Alice.Taylor@Eng.Sun.COM                                          Alice Taylor
allen@atienmh.sph.jhu.edu                                        Allen Y. Tien
anderson@cshl.org                                                John Anderson
ANNE@chempath.uct.ac.za                                                       
ayun@beehji.equinox.gen.nz                                                    
balt@spieden.Stanford.EDU                                          Steven Balt
bardosgy@ludens.elte.hu                                          Bardos Gyorgy
beckman@cats.ucsc.edu                                                         
beltrame@vm.cnuce.cnr.it                                     Renzo L. Beltrame
BERRETTINIW@JEFLIN.TJU.EDU                                                    
BFANTIE@american.edu                                              Bryan Fantie
bfarkin@wg.estec.esa.nl                                                       
bjperry@BASE.CS.UCLA.EDU                                           Nancy Perry
blubird@penguin.equinox.gen.nz                                                
buchanan@fhs.csu.McMaster.CA                                   Donald Buchanan
bwalther@ccs.carleton.ca                                          Bill Walther
camilla@netcom.com                                          Camilla Cracchiolo
cfeem@ux1.cts.eiu.edu                                          Eleanor Midkiff
Charles_Early%NIHODE13.BITNET@CU.NIH.GOV                                      
charlie@phantom.com                                          charlie fingerhut
childers@gab.unt.edu                                            JAMES CHILDERS
chuahl@cory.EECS.Berkeley.EDU                                    Chua Hak Lien
cirop23@elm.circa.ufl.edu                                  Eric "Wolfie" Katon
CRAIGW@pretzel.equinox.gen.nz                                    Craig Webster
crlinet@cs.vassar.edu                                              Craig Linet
curtech!sbs@news.unh.edu                               Stephanie Bradley-Swift
C_STEWART@ACAD.FANDM.EDU                                                      
dalton@geop.ubc.ca                                                David Dalton
daniel@fiction.ms.sub.org                                      Daniel Roedding
darbyb@freenet.scri.fsu.edu                                        Bruce Darby
dardourel@ngdc.noaa.gov                                     Doreen G. Ardourel
darryl@tfs.COM                                                   Darryl Troxel
DBOWEN@fsw.utoronto.ca                                              Jeff Bowen
DCR@CU.NIH.GOV                                                                
deborah@scilink.org                                              Deborah Barry
DERRY@MOENG.TOWSON.EDU                                                        
dima@sspcentre.msk.su                                        Dmitry M. Davydov
dmh@world.std.com                                               David M Harmon
donovanj@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu                                 James Donovan
drayer@minerva.cis.yale.edu                                       Dark Phoenix
dwarf@wam.umd.edu                                                        Dwarf
dweldon@itsmail1.hamilton.edu                                      Doug Weldon
dwheeler@leland.Stanford.EDU                            David Brockman Wheeler
ebrandt@jarthur.Claremont.EDU                                       Eli Brandt
ecg@tad.eds.com                                                    Casey Green
edsr!edsdrd!gss@uunet.UU.NET                                      Gary Schiltz
egonzale@netmon.mty.itesm.mx                             Ing. Ernesto Gonzalez
egs1@cornell.edu                                              Elliott G. Smith
EKELTY@AOAMH2.SSW.DHHS.GOV                                  Edward Kelty  NIMH
eluyten@rc1.vub.ac.be                                              Eric Luyten
era@ncar.ucar.edu                                                    Ed Arnold
ery2@po.CWRU.Edu                                                  Edwin R. Yeh
ez001932@othello.ucdavis.edu                                                  
faype@SCHUNIX.COM                                                             
FERRAROT@JEFLIN.TJU.EDU                                                       
finn@netcom.com                                                    Robert Finn
franklig@GAS.uug.Arizona.EDU                                Gregory C Franklin
fresco@gibbs.oit.unc.edu                                       David M. Fresco
geno@oberon.com                                                     Gene Smith
Gerhard.Luecke@uibk.ac.at                                       Gerhard Luecke
gj155431@undergrad.carleton.ca                               gj student 155431
gj195270@undergrad.carleton.ca                               gj student 195270
gkj@columbia.edu                                             Gregory K Johnson
gkotwica@oldhawk.depaul.edu                                 Gregory J. Kotwica
goldfedder@ouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu                                              
grohol@alpha.acast.nova.edu                                        John Grohol
hamelinb@emx.cc.utexas.edu                                                    
hector@dolphin.equinox.gen.nz                                                 
heilmayr@math.berkeley.edu                                    Stephan Heilmayr
henderson@cam1.mln.com                                        Javier Henderson
HESSJX@goodall.uncg.edu                                               jennifer
hevern@maple.lemoyne.edu                                 VINCENT W. HEVERN, SJ
HILLRW@conrad.appstate.edu                                            Bob Hill
ifch317@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu                          Daniel J. Dugan  UT/Austin
IntVeld@AOO.FRG.eur.nl                                                        
Irving_Wolfe@happy-man.com                                        Irving_Wolfe
J.Pierson@hertfordshire.ac.uk                                          Pierson
jamison@merle.acns.nwu.edu                                                    
jamo@u.washington.edu                                              James Owens
jdevlin@cs.usc.edu                                               Joseph Devlin
JDOUGAN@vmd.cso.uiuc.edu                                                      
jeff@psy.uwa.edu.au                                              Geoff Hammond
jenlang@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu                                    jennifer langdon
jharper@itsa.ucsf.EDU                                           M. Jane Harper
jlehman@torrey.umm.maine.edu                                        Jim Lehman
jmora@netcom.com                                                     b.j. mora
jna@concorde.com                                                      j. adams
joel@cyber.net                                                  Joel Siegfried
john@anasazi.com                                                              
john@harlequin.co.uk                                               John Sturdy
joyce@pharm.med.upenn.edu                                                     
judy@lobster.hou.tx.us                                          Judy Scheltema
jwillia@orion.it.luc.edu                                         John Williams
kaliyuga@u.washington.edu                                                     
kathi@gemmo.bridge.COM                                                        
keith.watson@stucen.gatech.edu                                                
Khatt@cup.portal.com                                                          
kheffne@andy.bgsu.edu                                            kerry heffner
kmcenean@Jade.Tufts.EDU                                                       
kmorgan@wheatonma.edu                                          Kathleen Morgan
kos@itsa.ucsf.EDU                                                Hilary Naylor
L15D@ZFN.uni-Bremen.de                                        Martin Schr"oder
lara@oursun.med.yale.edu                                          Lara Stables
ldaly@acs.bu.edu                                                     Liza Daly
lee@soda.berkeley.edu                                     Lee Thompson-Herbert
leh1@Lehigh.EDU                                               Lynn E. Hanninen
lisah@titan.ucs.umass.edu                                       Lisa M. Holzer
lizk@informix.com                                            Elizabeth Knittel
lmadden@lyra.nswc.navy.mil                                                    
lmk2@garnet.berkeley.edu                                            Leslie Kay
lonadar@judy.indstate.edu                                 Lonadar the Wanderer
machampi@acs.ucalgary.ca                                                      
magnus1!maryr@uu5.psi.com                                       Mary Remington
mahoney_r@wums.wustl.edu                                           Bob Mahoney
MANNONEN@sara.cc.utu.fi                                         Jukka Mannonen
marykoma@cybernet.cse.fau.edu                                        Mary Koma
matt@fmdmfg2.intel.com                                       Matt Ammann - FES
maybarra@students.wisc.edu                                                    
mbenson@netcom.com                                             Michelle Benson
MCCARTHYD@pine.circa.ufl.edu                                          MCCARTHY
mccluerj@postoffice.agcs.com                                      John McCluer
MCURRENT@INS.INFONET.NET                                    MICHAEL J. CURRENT
Mdh@debug.cuc.ab.ca                                                           
mdiffin@mrc-crc.ac.uk                                          Dr. M.C. Diffin
medpa@emoryu1.cc.emory.edu                                       phylis austin
MERKLEY@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu                                                    
mike@cs.UMD.EDU                                                    Mike Steele
mischa@psych.toronto.edu                                                      
mjb@cs.brown.edu                                                  Manish Butte
mrwarden@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                           Melissa Rhoads Warden
mtadams@columbine.hsc.Colorado.EDU                            Matthew T. Adams
mworden@neurocog.lrdc.pitt.edu                                     Mike Worden
myak@u.washington.edu                                                         
NEWLAND@NEWLAND.PSYCH.AUBURN.EDU                                              
nsrgm@manta.jcu.edu.au                                          Robert G Munro
oakma001@maroon.tc.umn.edu                                     Scott A. Oakman
Olivier.Michel@lri.fr                                                         
OROGERS@ssw02.ab.umd.edu                                                      
p389brow@cquest.toronto.edu                                       Brown Robert
p400scot@cquest.toronto.edu                                  Scott Brian Wayne
PADGETT@INTELLICORP.COM                                          Penny Padgett
pbarrett@biosig.demon.co.uk                                       Paul Barrett
PERRING@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu                                              
PGG1001@phoenix.cambridge.ac.uk                                               
pharmboy@mindvox.phantom.com                                       Craig Linet
phh@de-montfort.ac.uk                                          Paul Hodgkinson
pickholtzj@hal.hahnemann.edu                                                  
pjc1@psu.edu                                                   Phil Chamberlin
plmacdon@uoguelph.ca                                       Pauline L MacDonald
prm@aber.ac.uk                                                    Pedro Mendes
PSYGRDKAK@orion.depaul.edu                                 Kathleen A. Kotwica
psygreg@u.washington.edu                                         Greg Gallacci
PSY_ICOLRAIN@ccnov1.auckland.ac.nz                                            
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
R.Boot@uqvax.cc.uq.oz.au                                                      
rainer.zwisler@rpss3.psychologie.uni-regensburg.de        Rainer Zwisler x3835
rami@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au                                        Rami Hanegbi
rashkov@u.washington.edu                                          Gary Rashkov
redzlan@redzlan.pc.my                                              Redzlan AR 
reesa@scs.unr.edu                                                    Alan Rees
revu@midway.uchicago.edu                                      Sendhil Revuluri
rmintz@ecst.csuchico.edu                                            Rich Mintz
robins@huggies.sps.mot.com                                        Robin Sowton
rotold@rpi.edu                                            David Anthony Rotolo
RPI397@MAINE.BITNET                                                Dale Morris
RROBBI32@MAINE.BITNET                                             Ryan Robbins
ruegg@med.unc.edu                                              Robert G. Ruegg
SAAST8@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                                       
sasm@osg.saic.com                                                  Mike Berger
scogs@netcom.com                                                         SCOGS
sdaviss@cosy.ab.umd.edu                                      Steven Roy Daviss
seabrook@umbc.edu                                         Mr. Richard Seabrook
SEKULER@BINAH.CC.BRANDEIS.EDU                                   ROBERT SEKULER
selenev@cats.ucsc.edu                                                         
serafini@u.washington.edu                                      Sandra Serafini
serwin@sdcc3.UCSD.EDU                                               Sean Erwin
sheilah@wam.umd.edu                                               Sheila K. H.
SIGUENZA@EMDCCI11.BITNET                                      Juan A. Siguenza
simmons@Texaco.COM                                           Robert L. Simmons
sinkkone@cc.helsinki.fi                                        Janne Sinkkonen
SJENSEN@cc.weber.edu                                                          
SJSHAPIR@ucs.indiana.edu                                                      
spb@cunyvms1.gc.cuny.edu                                                      
starfish@u.washington.edu                                     Sarah Skovronsky
stark@dwovax.enet.dec.com                 Todd I. Stark @PHH  10-Nov-1993 1650
stef@netcom.com                                                     Stef Jones
surav@bilkent.edu.tr                                              Mehmet Surav
swain@neuro.usc.edu                                            Rodney A. Swain
swildner@channelz.gun.de                                        Sascha Wildner
sywagner@nyx.uni-konstanz.de                                    Michael Wagner
szikopou@ccs.carleton.ca                                     Steven Zikopoulos
tewing@netcom.com                                              thomas d. ewing
thompson@psy.psych.nova.edu                                Matthew D. THOMPSON
Timo.Rinne@hut.fi                                                   Timo Rinne
tomh@bambi.ccs.fau.edu                                             Tom Holroyd
tpm@Anat.UMSMed.Edu                                              Terence P. Ma
twm@world.std.com                                              thomas W martin
unger@hsc.usc.edu                                          Jennifer Beth Unger
VGULICK@ucs.indiana.edu                                                       
wann@acad.mwsc.edu                                                 PHIL D WANN
wayne@phillips.boulder.co.us                            Wayne F. Phillips, M.D
wching@alice.music.yale.edu                                      William Ching
werner@SOE.Berkeley.Edu                                            John Werner
wilsonj@smtplink.ipfw.indiana.edu                                      wilsonj
wnelson@cmgm.stanford.edu                                          Will Nelson
wolfcdia@w250zrz.zrz.TU-Berlin.DE                                  Sabine Wolf
WOLL@SIENA.BITNET                                               Robert J. Woll
YHADEISH@BIOMED.MED.YALE.EDU                                 Yukiharu Hadeishi
YLM0KEW@LUCCPUA.BITNET                                                        
zoltan@psychnet.psychol.utas.edu.au                            Zoltan Schreter
zorrilla@cattell.psych.upenn.edu                                 Eric Zorrilla

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dcameron@gssec.bt.co.uk                                          David Cameron
fsspr@camelot.acf-lab.alaska.edu                                   Sean P Ryan
jrm@globalvillag.com                            John "Fax This!" MacWilliamson
kisley@rastro.Colorado.EDU                                      Michael Kisley
knauer@ornews.intel.com                                         Rob Knauerhase
palukal@nova.gmi.edu                                               paul alukal
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
shane@spr.com                                                    Shane Hartman
smarry@io.org                                                     Smarasderagd
warren@marcam.com                                              Warren Lavallee


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054340@acadvm1.uottawa.ca                                      Matthew Simpson
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c.u.m.smith@aston.ac.uk                                                       
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CESR@db1.cc.rochester.edu                                                     
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CFPBAB@pnv.palm.cri.nz                                                        
   ! Conflicting votes
CJW1@PSUVM.PSU.EDU                                                            
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JRBOITANO@fair1.fairfield.edu                                                 
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jsiebert@GAS.uug.Arizona.EDU                                    jean l siebert
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KING@snycorva.cortland.edu                                         Melvyn King
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lotrichf@ohsu.edu                                           Francis E. Lotrich
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pfarrer@isr.harvard.edu                                       David M. Pfarrer
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psyline@psyline.nl                                                 Theo Bogels
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ratman@hydra.unm.edu                                        Michael P. Weisend
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sherman@stolaf.edu                                                            
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slacours@world.std.com                                      sherry lacoursiere
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spedge@csd4.csd.uwm.edu                                              Dark Mage
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steh@webb.psych.ufl.edu                                         D.J. Stehouwer
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system@galcon.ersys.edmonton.ab.ca                                  The TARDIS
   ! Invalid address
timothy@ccu1.auckland.ac.nz                                          Tim Bates
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