List of Publications
 "Animal Drives in Humans; A Cybernetic Model of Normal Human
Behavior", ISBN 0-9694181-0-8, Trycode, Windsor, ON., Canada 1990.
 "A Dynamic Point of View on Psychology and Values",
(in Arabic, self published), ISBN 977-205-024-2, Cairo, Egypt 1988.
 The Shape of Conflicts To Come ? An Analysis of Parallels between the Gulf War Events and Animal Behaviour, Proceedings of The Evolution of World Order Conference, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto 1997.
 Useful but Forgotten MLT Techniques for the Analysis of Higher Order Volterra Systems, Volterra Centennial Symposium, Univ. of Texas, Arlington 1996.
 An Analytical Approach to Hysteresis, Proc. ISSS Third Canadian Conference, Ryerson, Toronto 1993.
 An Approximation Criterion for Volterra Systems Nonlinearities, Proc. ISSS Third Canadian Conference, Ryerson, Toronto 1993.
 Analysis of a Volterra System with Priming Properties, Proc. ISSS 36th Annual Meeting, Denver 1992.
 Multiplier Feedback : Analysis of a Quasi Homeostatic Model, Proc. ISSS 36th Annual Meeting, Denver 1992.
 with J. D. Lamb, "An Improved performance Criterion for Pseudorandom Sequences in the Measurement of 2nd Order Volterra Kernels by Crosscorrelation", 3d IFAC Symposium on Identification and System Parameter Estimation, The Hague 1973.
 The Dissociation of Variables ; A Transform Technique for the Determination of Volterra Kernels in i-Space, XIX Int. Congress on Nuclear and Aerospace Electronics, Rome 1971.
 Nonlinear Plant Identification by Croscorrelation, IFAC Symposium
(DISCOP), Gyor, Hungary 1971.
 with Ian J. H. Duncan, A New Nonlinear Model of Mechanisms of Motivation, Behavioural Processes, Vol. 33, pp. 273-288, 1995.
 A Method for Determining the Crosscorrelation Functions for a Class of Nonlinear Systems, Int. J. Control, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1972.
 Optimization of a Class of Continuous Nonlinear Systems, Electronics
Letters, Vol 6, No. 24, 1970.
 On Categorization Through Motivational Mechanisms, 7th Meeting of the Int. Soc. for Comparative Psychology, Concordia Univ., Montreal 1996.
 Who Needs an Alternative Regulator ? A Comparison between the Negative Feedback Control Model and the Multiplier Regulation, Inaugural Workshop of the Int. Inst. for Gen. Systems Studies, Slippery Rock Univ.
 On The Regulation Properties of a Novel Model of Motivational
Homeostasis, XXIV Int. Ethological Conference, Honolulu 1995.
 Barn Owls use ITD's as Elevation Cues : Statistical Tests, Animal
Behavior Society (NERABS) Meeting, Univ. of New Hampshire, Northampton,
 with J. Hogan, A Simplified Volterra Model of Motivational Mechanisms,
Animal Behavior Society Annual Meeting, Univ. of California, Davis 1993.