Friday, January 17, 2014

                                                   The 50th Anniversary in Dallas
                                                            John Delane Williams

 Friday November 22, 2013                                      

The 50th anniversary of the JFK Assassination conferences in Dallas were a special occasion-there were three conferences, The Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA), November in Dallas (NID), and the 50th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination, held in Arlington. At least one speaker appeared at all three conferences, Dick Russell. Beyond the conferences, there were the other attractions, at least to JFK researchers.

First, there was the overwhelming police presence preceding the observance at Dealey Plaza. Every road near the Plaza was blocked to traffic. Some four blocks away, there at least 25 motorcycle policemen visable. One couldn’t help but think, if only there was this kind of protection in 1963. I didn’t have a ticket to the observance, and had last seen it when Walt Brown was the master of ceremony. I went to my room and slept for two hours, having gone from Portland (OR) to Dallas by way of Atlanta on a red eye flight. I did get to meet persons I had only had e-mail correspondence with previously. I was to meet Ernst Titovets at the “meet and greet”, which I slept through due to the red eye flight. I met him just before the buffet banquet. He did look very similar to his picture on his recent book, Oswald: Russian Episode. It was upon reading his book that I made my first e-mail query almost two years previously. Titovets wrote the book about his being Oswald’s best friend while Oswald was in Russia. Titovets completed the manuscript in 2000, but got it published in 2010. At the time Oswald was in Russia, Titovets was in medical school. After receiving his M.D., Titovets received a Ph.D. and later, a D.Sc. His work has been in medical research with an emphasis on brain chemistry, and how the chemistry of the brain affects a person’s functioning. With us also was Gary Severson, a good friend and a person I’ve collaborated with in previous JFK research. Gary had a friend with him, Mark Newman, who I learned was quite knowledgeable about the events in Dallas 50 years ago. As it happened, the four of us spent a lot of the next three days together.

After the banquet, three keynote speakers addressed the COPA audience: Cyril Wecht, a renowned pathologist who has been a contributor to investigations of the JFK assassination as well as numerous other celebrity deaths. Just one of his numerous books is Cause of Death. He has held many conferences near his home. He is one of the best known and respected investigators of the JFK assassination, and a vigorous 88 year old, seemingly in the prime of his life. Yet he had the presence to note the need to pass the torch to a new generation of searchers for the truth. It was a pleasure to get a chance to shake Wecht's hand and thank him for his many efforts.

Titovets’ book is a straight forward account of Titovets experiences with Oswald. He describes Oswald’s early difficulty with the Russian language. It was clear to Titovets that Oswald would have to think through his responses to Russians speaking by first thinking through the response in English and then giving his response in Russian.  Titovets' interest in Oswald was to give Ernst a chance to practice his English with a native English speaker (albeit Southern American). Oswald also had interests that corresponded to Titovets own, particularly the opera. Oswald had at least two tutors in Russian, one of them assigned by the Communist Party. In Titovets' presentation, he wondered how John Armstrong would conclude that Oswald would not have spoken a word of Russian in Russia. It is true that Armstrong’s book came out before Titovets' book did, but Titovets would have been available to be interviewed, as well as any number of people who Oswald had conversed with in Russian (most of whom, however, did not speak English).

Mark Lane appeared through a video feed from his home. Lane is a longtime, and perhaps the best known critic of the Warren Commission. His Rush to Judgment is a seminal work on the failings of the Commission. Lane particularly spoke of the failings of the Secret Service in Dallas. He also authored Plausible Denial.   

I  also met Judyth Vary Baker for the first time. Judyth seems to be a controversial person in the critical community, though she seems to  be an honest reporter of her experiences and of the things she has been told. If the persons telling her information are less than honest, she can only report what she was told, and what she has experienced. She is vigilant in trying to resurrect Lee Harvey Oswald's reputation, and some might find that offensive. She is the best witness for Lee Harvey Oswald's activities in New Orleans for May to September, 1963. She is the author of Lee Harvey Oswald (2006), Me & Lee (2010) and the forthcoming Ferrie. I might add that she is also a sincere and giving person.


Saturday November 23, 2013

The COPA morning session began with Robert Groden's presentation regarding his new photo book, JFK: Absolute Truth. The book did seem to have enhancements that were interesting. Perhaps just as interesting to me is how Groden's appearance has changed. I first saw him in 1999 at a conference in Minneapolis. More recently, I saw him selling his books in Dealey Plaza. When he was introduced by John Judge, I turned to Gary Severson and said, "That's Robert Groden?" One might suppose the continual harassment by the Dallas police regarding his selling his books in Dealey plaza had taken some degree of toll on him. I thought about buying his book until I found out that it's price was $75 on a cash only basis. I never carry that much cash on me. I take the view that anyone who tries to rob me would find it had very little payoff.

Gary Aguilar has always impressed me as a knowledgeable and dynamic speaker. He has addressed the medical evidence in several forums and was a consultant to the Assassination Record Review Board. In his presentations he described how the magic bullet was even more magical than reported by the Warren Commission.

Daniel Sheehan has a long history as a lawyer in some of the most interesting cases in the past 40 years, including suing The U.S. government to get the Watergate Papers published, the Karen Silkwood case, the Watergate burglary case, and the Iran/Contra case. He has turned his attention to the JFK assassination, and his Rulers of the Realm: "The Wise Men": The Assassins of President John F. Kennedy." This book is to be published by Counterpoint Press in 2014.

 Stan Weeber has researched the rather lengthy number of persons connected to Denton, Texas and their relationship to the JFK assassination. Joan Mellen, author of "Farewell to Justice", a critique of governmental interference in Jim Garrison's investigation and prosecution of Clay Shaw. She is updating that book and planning one on Mac Wallace. Wayne Smith reported on the machinations at the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The editors of JAMA were apparently trying to resurrect the conclusions to the Warren Report. With time, the editors lost their credibility and were replaced at JAMA. Smith wrote an article, JAMA Knows Best, which of course, was NOT published in JAMA

Russ Baker, the author Family of Secrets, a book about the Bush crime family, related in particular about the strange meanderings of George H. Bush on November 22, 1963. Though he had been in Dallas, he drove to  Tyler, Texas, and contacted the FBI to inform on a seemingly unsuspecting acquaintance, but more likely, to establish he was not in Dallas. Though Baker did not discuss this, apparently George H. Bush was at a meeting, that included Richard Nixon, J.Edgar Hoover, and Clint Murchison (the party was at Murchison's home) when LBJ waltzed in and announced that Kennedy would be eliminated the next day. This act by LBJ made each of the person's present required to report the threat to the president, which apparently none of them did. Bush's actions, first to report to the FBI that he was in Tyler, might render him not to be a suspect. Later, he apparently forgot where he was on November 22, 1963. Funny how certain dignitaries all had amnesia about a day that is embedded in the memories of the rest of us.

Saturday Evening (The 50th Anniversary Conference at Arlington)   
 
This conference was arranged by Judyth Vary Baker, a seemingly enormous undertaking. She is to be thanked for her efforts. It seemed to be a very credible conference. The conference was a wonderful gesture for her. She definitely deserves a "Thank You" from the critical community.

The first speaker was Dick Russell. Russell discovered Richard Case Nagel who was the person about whom The Man Who Knew Too Much was written. Nagel was the person who walked into a bank in El Paso on September 20, 1963. He took two shots into the plaster of the wall in the bank, without endangering anyone in the bank. He drove off in his car, but seeing the policeman who was inside the bank he pulled over, onto the sidewalk and said "I guess you got me. I surrender." In the next several weeks, he would only say that he didn't want to go to Dallas, because he didn't want to be found guilty of murder and treason. Nagel reportedly was directed by the KGB to kill Oswald to get the Soviets off the hook in case anything happened to President Kennedy. Nagel wanted to avoid murdering Oswald; in the case that Oswald were suspected of killing Kennedy, Nagel wanted to be in jail at the time of the assassination. Nagel had sent a registered letter to J. Edgar Hoover about the reasons for his actions just prior to his shooting in the bank. Russell also discussed three planned attempts on President Kennedy's life in 1963. The attempts were planned in Miami, Tampa, and Dallas.

John Delane Williams and Ernst Titovets addressed the language proficiency of Lee Harvey Oswald in Russia. Williams had read  Titovets' book, Oswald: Russian Experience, which unbeknownst to Titovets, basically destroyed John Armstrong's  (Harvey and Lee) conclusion that Oswald spoke no Russian during his stay there, 1959-1962). It was Armstrong's view that Oswald was actually someone who originated from Eastern Europe and was a false Oswald. The language proficiency of this "fake" Oswald  would give him away as a spy. Titovets book gives a history of Oswald's learning Russian. The Communist Party assigned an instructor to teach Oswald Russian. The instructor used a book based approach, which was ineffectual. Oswald struggled with the language; for some time, he appeared to think in English, before attempting to talk in Russian. Over time, he gradually became more proficient. Oswald's apartment was bugged by the KGB, so they would have noticed if Oswald would revert to his "native" Russian language. Titovets emphasized that Oswald has been misrepresented as being a proficient shooter and a person capable of the acts attributed to him. Titovets saw Oswald as a peaceful and likable young man who seemed most unlikely to be capable of the actions described in the Warren Report.   

The last speaker of the evening was Gary Severson, a retired social science teacher from John F. Kennedy High School in Bloomington, MN and an investigator into JFK assassination issues. His presentation regarded his own experiences when attending a speech at The University of North Dakota Fieldhouse as a 16 year old high school student.  He and a friend, Bruce Folsom, arrived at the Fieldhouse just prior to the speech, and their being quite familiar with the Fieldhouse, they found four sets of doors open. After they got into the mens locker room after having gone through the first three open doors  they then  entered a third floor access that  to the upper balcony seats. From the balcony, they could see that two seats were vacant in the front row, so they continued through a crowd of 12,500-15,000 persons and proceeded to the two seats directly in front of the podium in the first row. Gary was rather surprised that no one attempted to stop him. He often wondered, who was supposed to have the seats that they occupied. He learned that they were assigned to Thomas Clifford, then a Vice-President and Dean of the College of Business at the University of North Dakota, and his wife. He was scheduled to be representing the University at a meeting in Western North Dakota. He also learned from his readings that persons involved in plotting the JFK assassination  (the committee, according to James Hepburn, Farewell to America (1968) p. 298) were present during JFK's conservation tour through the Midwest and West  from Wisconsin to California, September 24-29, 1963, which included JFK's time at the University of North Dakota on 9/25/1963. As they came near the Fieldhouse, Severson and Folsom noted snipers on the roof. Later when Severson saw the movie Executive Action (1973), the movie had a scene similar to the one he saw that day, with snipers on the top of a building. Were the snipers he saw sent there by the "Committee" (from Farewell America) sizing up a possible means to assassinate President Kennedy?

There should be a word spoken about the uncooperativeness of the weather. Temperatures remained around freezing from Saturday through Monday. Judyth had scheduled a memorial service for Lee Harvey Oswald at his grave on Sunday afternoon. I had intended to attend, but no travel was advised on the local highways. I understand that 50 brave souls withstood the weather for the ceremony.

Sunday November 24, 2013

Two archivists discussed their holdings. Rex Bradford, works with The Assassination Archives and Research Center and the Mary Ferrell Foundation, whose site can be accessed at www.maryferrell.org. Ben Rogers, Director of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library contains the papers of Penn Jones, Jr., Mary Ferrell, Jack White, John Armstrong, Gary Shaw, John Kelin, Roy Schaeffer, Paul Hoch, Dick Russell, Gus Russo and others. Much of this is available at www. baylor.edu/lib/poage/jfk/ .

Abraham Bolden, the first black to be a member of the White House Secret Service detail, appeared through a video feed. Bolden is the author of Echo from Dealey Plaza, a telling of his being derailed when trying to be allowed to testify before the Warren Commission. Bolden helped foil a purported attempt of assassination of JFK in Chicago in November, 1962. One interesting detail that Bolden revealed during his presentation was that just prior to the Dallas trip, 11 Secret Service agents resigned.

Joseph McBride, the author of the book Into the Nightmare, looked into the murder of J.D. Tippet. McBride contends that Tippet was an underperforming policeman whose wife was on the verge of divorcing him because of his infidelities. All this has been swept under the table, and Tippet has been accorded hero status. 

Dawn Meredith appeared on behalf of John Armstrong, reading Armstrong's article, Harvey, Lee and Tippet: A New Look at the Tippet Shooting. This article has been published at least twice, once in Probe (1998, Vol. 5, No 2) and The Dealey Plaza Echo (2012, Vol. 17, No.2, pp. 8-22), as well as being available on the web at www.ctka.net/pr198-jfk.html. No update has been done since its original publication.

John Judge did make an intriguing comment.  The interaction described here occurred at the time of an Assassination Symposium on JFK (ASK) Dallas, which Judge was directing. On addressing Oswald's purported attempted shooting of a police officer at the Texas Theater, Judge asked two police officers who were present  during Oswald's arrest, "Did the police use a gun drop with Oswald?" A gun drop occurs when the police sometimes drop a gun and then use it as evidence against the person being arrested (or worse, killed). The gun drop allows the police to claim self defense to their actions (in Oswald's situation, being beat up by the police). One of the police officers, replied, "Well, MAYBE." One could argue the Oswald likely neither used nor attempted to use a firearm on that fateful day.

Two unusual things then occurred. First John Judge, noting that 11/24/2013 was the 50th anniversary of Oswald's  murder, asked that those in attendance  to observe a moment of silence. Afterwards, Ernst Titovets took the podium and announced that  copies of his book, Oswald: Russian Episode, which was selling for $60 a copy, would be given free to anyone interested at the conference. Titovets gave away over 100 copies, and was busy autographing them for over an hour.

That afternoon, blustery and just above freezing, Ernst Titovets, Gary Severson, Mark Newman, Christian Allgood (a young former student of Gary Severson), and John Delane Williams planned to lunch at Campisis Egyptian Lounge. But first, Ernst and John went to the Adolphus Hotel, the site of the Lancers November in Dallas Conference. We went to see Andy Winiarczyk, of the Last Hurrah Bookshop. Ernst was going to get the remainder of his books, and John went to visit with Andy. The Lancers program had more than doubled in price since 2006, making the COPA all the more attractive. But there was one presentation that seemed very interesting. Barry Ernst had sought out Victoria Adams, who was on the stairs at the Texas Book Depository; she did NOT see Lee Harvey Oswald walk past her, even though she was there at the critical time. Adams decided that it was best to take a several year powder, in the hope of living a somewhat longer life. John has since ordered Barry Ernst's book, The Girl on the Stairs: The Search for a Missing Witness to the JFK Assassination (2013).

The five conference attendees then proceeded to Campisi's Egyptian Lounge. The previous night they'd erroneously gone to the other Campisi  establishment, only to find out that the original Campisi's was on Mockingbird. As might be expected, Campisis was a large but traditional Italian restaurant, with its own intrigue. Jack Ruby was a frequent patron and had his own favorite booth to sit in, which of course we had to try out. It was after 3 PM on a blustery Sunday, and we were among the few diners. Before ordering, we had the waitress take our group picture. Most of us had cameras, so several shots were taken. Ernst was unfamiliar with the cuisine so we made our suggestions. As The manager came by (he was married to a Campisi), Gary inquired how did Campisi's have the additional Egyptian Lounge in its name? The manager explained that in 1946, when the Campisi's bought the restaurant, they weren't long on cash. The place had been called the Egyptian Lounge. They just added the Campisi sign to it. It became a source of pride. They had started with almost nothing, and had become quite successful. Their name for the restaurant reminded them of how far they had come. After dinner/lunch, noting the lack of patrons, Gary then asked the manager to give us a tour and let us know something of the lore. He gladly obliged. One room was reserved for the VIPs back in the day. The manager proceeded to tell us some of the luminaries. Many of them were athletes or coaches from the Dallas Cowboys. Another huge room was filled with pictures. One picture was a large photograph of Rocky Marciano, given to them on a visit less than a week before his fatal plane crash. A picture of Jack Ruby, in his arrest mug shots (an odd choice), adorned another wall. Again many of the other pictures were entertainers, athletes or movie stars. Among the athletes were many boxers, several relatives of the manager. Two of his nephews were outstanding boxers in the 50's and 60s. An uncle was on the boxing commission. At the conclusion of tour, Ernst gave the manager an autographed copy of his book. Then, though it was getting dark, we went to Dealey Plaza and went to various locations and recalled what had happened (or possibly happened) at each of them going through the various theories. It was a great time.   
                      
  
Published in JFK-E/ Deep Politics Quarterly, Vol 1, No. 1, 14-22, January 2014.                        
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John Delane Williams, Ph.D.

                                       JFK PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS


Williams, J.D. Waite, R.G. & Gordon, G.S. (2010). John F. Kennedy History, Memory,                   Legacy :An Interdisciplinary Inquiry. Grand Forks: The University of North Dakota.
         www.und.edu/JFKConference.  

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Williams, J.D. (2001). The qualitative-quantitative continuum: Research on the JFK assassination. In R. Hathaway, Ed. Annals of the Joint Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research and the National Academy of Educational Research 1998-1999 (pp. 317-328). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Williams, J.D. & Severson, G. (2010). Lee Harvey Oswald: North Dakota and Beyond. In                             Williams, J.D., Waite, R.G. & Gordon, G.S. (Eds.) (2010).John F. Kennedy History,                        Memory, Legacy: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry. pp. 318-336. Grand Forks: The                               University of North Dakota. www.und.edu/JFKConference.  

ARTICLES

Williams, J.D. (1997). Flashback: A review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 4(4), 14-17.

Williams, J.D. (1997). Nightmare in Dallas. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 4(6), 21-26.

Williams, J.D. (1998). Did Castro kill Kennedy? A Review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 5(4), 19-22.
           
Williams, J.D. (1999). LBJ and the assassination conspiracies.  JFK Deep Politics Quarterly. 4,2, 25-28

Williams, J.D. (1999). LBJ: A closer look: A review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 6(4), 3-6.

Williams, J.D. (2000). Oswald in North Dakota? Part I. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 7 (2), 21-26.

Williams, J.D. (2000). Oswald in North Dakota? Part II. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 7 (3), 19-22.
           
Williams, J.D. (2001). Murder in Dealey Plaza: A Review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 8, (2), 12-17.

Williams, J.D. & Conway, D. (2001). The Don Reynolds Testimony and LBJ. Assassination Chronicles. 7, (1) ,19-28.

Williams, J.D. (2003). Why is Morris Jaffe Interesting? The Dealey Plaza Echo, 7,2, 30-39.

Williams, J.D. (2004). What McClellan does not tell us.  JFK Deep Politics Quarterly9, 3, 19-24.

Williams, J.D. (2004). Was the FBI Searching for Oswald the Day Before the Assassination?  The Dealey Plaza Echo, 8,2, 46-52.

Williams, J.D. &  Cousins, K.T.  (2005) Judyth and Lee: Was their Employment at  Reily Coffee a Chance Event? Dealey Plaza Echo, 9,2, 37-43.

Williams, J.D. (2005).Estes named Cliff Carter as the Master Strategist in the JFK Assassination. JFK/ Deep Politics Quarterly, 10,4,13-19.

Williams, J.D. (2006). Ultimate Sacrifice: The Whole is Less than the Sum of its Parts JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 11, 3, 15-22.

Williams, J.D., Cousins, K.T. & Baker, J.A. (2007). Judyth and Lee in New Orleans. Dealey Plaza Echo. 11, 1, 24-43.

Williams, J.D. (2007). Dr. Mary’s  monkey; Edward Haslam, an insider’s account (Part One).JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 12, 4, 22-36..

Williams, J.D. (2007). Dr. Mary’s  monkey; Edward Haslam, an insider’s account (Part Two).JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 12, 4,

Williams, J.D. (2008). Shock Doctrine: A New Paradigm for the JFK Assassination? JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 12, 4, 12-19.

Williams, J.D. (2008). Echo from Dealey Plaza: Abraham Bolden. The Dealey Plaza Echo. 12 , 51-54.

Williams, J.D. (2009). Who was Richard Cain? JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly. 13,

Williams, J.D. (2009). How “Typical” Was the Protection for President Kennedy in Dallas? Dealey Plaza Echo. 13, 1, 1-4.

Williams, J.D. (2010). Triangle of Fire-A Review. JohnDelaneWilliams.blogspot.com.


Williams, J.D. (2010). Did JFK Agree to the so-Called C-Day Coup Against Castro? JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 15, 2, 11-22.

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Record Review Board. Part I: The Medical Witnesses. JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 16, 2,7-18.

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Record Review Board. Part II.: Fraud in the Evidence. A Pattern of Deception. JohnDelaneWilliams.blogspot.com .

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Record Review Board. Part III: The Political Context of the Assassination. JohnDelaneWilliams.blogspot.com.

Williams, J.D. (2012). Head Shot-A Physicist Analyzes the Assassination. JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly,17,1, 14-20.

Williams, J.D. (2012). Murder from Within-A Thirty-Seven Year Wait. JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 17, 3, 14-18.

Williams, J.D. (2013).An Early Prescient Researcher--Thomas G. Buchanan. JohnDelaneWilliams.blogspot.com.

Williams, J.D. (2014). The 50th Anniversary in Dallas. JFK-E/Deep Politics Quarterly,1,1, 14-20.

REVIEW:

Williams, J.D. Me & Lee. How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald. Judyth Vary Baker. In Amazon.com, November.

REPORTS:
           

Williams, J.D. & Severson, G. (1999). Reports of Sightings of Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND in the summer of 1953. Grand Forks, ND: Author. 
           
Williams, J.D., Severson, G. & Williams, J.A. (1999, December). Typescript of an interview with Lyle Aho regarding a possible Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND. Grand Forks, ND: Authors.

VIDEOS:
           
Williams, J.D., Severson, G. & Williams, J.A. (1999, August). An interview with Lyle Aho regarding a possible Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND. Grand Forks, ND: Authors (Research Video).


AUDIO INTERVIEWS WITH TRANSCRIPTS
           
Williams, J.D. and Severson, G. (November 16, 2001; transcript 2002).  Interview of Dennis David concerning JFK Assassination Information at Bethesda, MD. Dallas, TX.

Williams, J.D. and Severson, G. (November 17-18, 2001; transcript 2002). Interview of Madeleine Brown concerning JFK Assassination Information in Dallas. Dallas, TX.

PRESENTATIONS:
           
           
Williams, J.D. (1998, December). The qualitative- quantitative continuum: Research on the JFK assassination. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research annual meeting. Jacksonville, FL.

Williams, J.D. (August 15, 2002). LBJ and the Kennedy assassination.  St. Paul, MN: The Twin Cities (MN) JFK Assassination Research Group.
           

Williams, J.D. (April 9, 2004). Investigating the Major Texas Conspirators in the JFK Assassination.  St. Paul, MN: The Twin Cities (MN) JFK Assassination Research Group.
Williams, J.D. (April 9, 2004).Ruby and Oswald: Connections. St. Paul, MN, The Twin Cities JFK Assassination Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 7, 2004). Organized Crime and Relationship to JFK Assassination.  Bloomington, MN.  The Twin Cities JFK Assassination Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 10, 2005). Recent research on Judyth Baker and New                 Orleans aspects of the JFK Assassination.  Richfield, MN. Presentation to the           Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 8, 2006). The JFK Assassination: The Place of Judyth                  Baker. Richfield, MN.  Presentation to the Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 11, 2007). Edward Haslam, his witness and New Orleans.
          Richfield, MN. The Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J.D. & Severson. G. (September 25, 2008) Was Oswald in North Dakota? The UND JFK Conference, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D.   (Chair). (September 26, 2008) Symposium: Research on the JFK Assassination. The UND JFK Conference. Grand Forks, ND.


Williams, J.D. & Titovets, E. (November 23, 2013) Did Oswald Speak Russian in Russia?
Arlington 50th Anniversary Conference, Arlington, TX.

John Delane Williams, Ph.D.


Education:  

A.A., Southern Colorado State University, 1958 (Mathematics)
               
B.A., University of Northern Colorado, 1959 (Mathematics)

M.A., University of Northern Colorado, 1960 (Mathematics)
         University of Oregon, 1961-1962 (Mathematics)

Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado, 1966 (Statistics and Research Methodologies)
                 
Certificate - Life Span Development and Gerontology, University of Akron, 1988.

Interdisciplinary Geriatric Education Award, Case Western Reserve Geriatric Center,
            Cleveland, OH, 1988.

M.A., Fielding Institute, 1992 (Clinical Psychology)

Ph.D., Fielding Institute, 1994 (Clinical Psychology)

Licensure:   

Licensed Psychologist, State of Minnesota (1984-2012)

Licensed Psychologist, State of North Dakota (1985-2006)

Lifetime Teaching Certificate (Mathematics & Chemistry); State of Colorado (since 1959)
               
Alternative Dispute Resolution Neutral Roster, North Dakota Supreme Court (since 2001)
           
Experience:

Roosevelt Junior High School, Oakland, CA
            1960-1961, Science and Mathematics

University of Oregon
            1961-1962, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mathematics

Western Wyoming Community College
            1962-1965, Mathematics and Statistics


University of Northern Colorado
            1965-1966, Graduate Research Assistant, Bureau of Research

University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
            1966-1968, Assistant Professor, Educational Measurement & Statistics.
            1968-1971, Associate Professor, Educational Measurement & Statistics;
                        New School of Behavioral Studies.
            1971-1973, Professor, Educational Measurement & Statistics; New School of
                        Behavioral Studies.
            1971-1980, Consultant to the UND Computer Center.
1973-1987, Professor, Educational Measurement & Statistics; Chair,1978-1981,
            1983-1987.
            1975-1982, Statistical Consultant, Project Reclamation (Ecological Revegetation
                        of Strip Mined Land).
            1987-1988, Visiting Scientist, Psychology Department, University of Akron.
            1988-1991, Professor, Educational Measurement & Statistics; Graduate Director,
                        Research Methodologies.
                        1991-1993, Professor and Chair, Educational Foundations & Research; Graduate Director, Research Methodologies.
                        1993-2009, Professor, Educational Foundations & Research; Graduate Director, Research Methodologies (a total of 34 doctoral advisees received their doctorates.).
            2009-Present/ Professor Emeritus, Educational Foundations & Research.
                       
Other:

Internship in Clinical Psychology, Child Evaluation and Treatment Program, Medical
            Center Rehabilitation Hospital, Grand Forks, ND, March 1992-July 1993.

Psychologist, North Star Psychological Services, East Grand Forks, MN, 1991- 2004.

Member, Conflict Resolution Center, University of North Dakota, 1995-2006.
                                   
Membership:

American Educational Research Association

American Psychological Association

Minnesota Psychological Association

North Dakota Psychological Association

American Statistical Association

American Association of University Professors

Sigma Xi (National Academic Honor and Professional Society in Science)

Association for the Advancement of Educational Research

Sigma Phi Omega (National Academic Honor and Professional Society in Gerontology)

Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association

American College of Forensic Examiners

Offices Held:

UND AAUP Chapter President, 1977-1978.

SIG on Multiple Linear Regression (AERA), Secretary, 1968-1971; Chairman, 1978-1979;
            Editorial Board, 1975-2000; Chairman, 1984-1985.

Editorial Board, Structural Equation Models, 1993-1996.
Editor, Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 1971-1973.
Editor, Teaching & Learning, 1978-1984.
Co-Editor, JFK-E/Deep Politics Quarterly, 2014-present

Listings:

Who’s Who in America

Who's Who in American Education

Who's Who in Computer Education

Who's Who in Science and Engineering

American Men and Women in Science

Lexington’s Who’s Who

Academic Keys Who’s Who in Education

Honors:

Outstanding Instructor Award, Western Wyoming Community College, 1965.

Member of Department, Departmental Award for Excellence in Research, Founder’s Day,
            University of North Dakota, 1974.

Sigma Xi Award, Individual Excellence in Research, Founder's Day, University of
            North Dakota, 1979.


Burlington Northern Award for Excellence in Teaching and Faculty Development,
            Founder's Day, University of North Dakota, 1986.

Member of Department, McDermott Departmental Award for Excellence in Teaching,       Founder's Day, University of North Dakota, 1991.

Member of Department, McDermott Departmental Award for Excellence in Teaching,                  Founder's Day, University of North Dakota, 1995.

Diplomat of the Board of Psychological Specialties, The American College of Forensic
            Examiners (Clinical Psychology), 1999.

DISSERTATIONS

Williams, J.D. (1966). Superintendents' role in negotiations in three states, Doctoral                       Dissertation. Greeley, CO: University of Northern Colorado. 

Williams, J.D. (1994). Aging and cognition -Methodological issues in age x cohort x period research.  Doctoral Dissertation.  Santa Barbara, CA: The Fielding Institute.

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

Williams, J.D., Harlow, S.D., & Houston, S.R. (1969). Action research for the classroom
            teacher.  Dubuque, IA:  Kendall/Hunt.

Williams, J.D. & Landry, R. (1971). Readings in multiple linear regression and
intermediate educational statistics.  New York: MSS Publishing Company.

Williams, J.D. (1974). Regression analysis in educational research.  New York: MSS
Information Corporation.

Williams, J.D.  (1976). Testing and the testing industry: A third view.  Grand Forks, ND:  North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. (1976). Multiple comparisons by multiple linear regression (Monograph No. 2).  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints Monographs, 7(1).

Williams, J.D. (1978). Path analysis from a regression perspective.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints Monograph, 9(2).

Williams, J.D. (1980).  Multiple comparisons in higher dimensional designs.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints (Series No. 5), 10(3).

Williams, J.D. (1987). Statistical methods. Grand Forks, ND:  University of North Dakota Bookstore.

Williams, J.D. (1996). Statistical methods. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Williams, J.D., Waite, R.G. & Gordon, G.S. (Eds.). (2010). John F. Kennedy: History,
           Memory, Legacy: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry. Grand Forks, ND: U. of North Dakota.
           www.und.edu/org/JFKConference.

 Williams, J.D. & Williams, J.A. (2014). Tommy's Story: Puppy-Cat. Ocean Park, WA: Authors.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Williams, J.D. (1971). A useful statistical technique with special education children.  In S. D. Harlow & R. Gillund, The special child in the classroom (pp. 239-244).  New York:  MSS Publishing Company.

Williams, J.D. (1975). A note on familywise error rates.  In Inventory of marriage and family literature.  Minneapolis, MN:  University of Minnesota Press.

Brekke, B. W., Williams, J.D., & Harlow, S.D.  (1975).  Conservation and reading readiness.  In H.C. Lindgren, Children's behavior:  Personality and social approach.  Palo Alto, CA:  National Press Books.

Brekke, B., & Williams, J.D.  (1976).  Conservation of weight and the handicapped child: Motorically impaired, learning disabled, deaf and socially deviant.  In S. Modgil, Piagetian research:  A handbook of recent studies (Vol. 5) (BF 723.05 M62).  UK:  NFER Publishing Company, Ltd.

Martin, M.P. & Williams, J.D. (1979). Effects of state-wide salary equity provisions on institutional salary policies.  In T.R. Pezzullo, & R.E. Brittingham, Salary equity:  Detecting sex bias in salaries among college and university professors.  Lexington Press.

Williams, J.D., & Brekke, B. (1980). Stages of Piagetian tasks and spatial relations.  In S. Modgil, & C. Modgil, Toward a theory of psychological development within the Piagetian framework (Chapter 2).  Windsor, Berkshire, England:  NFER Publishing Company, Ltd.

Williams, J.D.  (1981).  Women and statistics.  In S. O'Donnell, & B.M. Shaver (Eds.), Women's scholarship (pp. 47-58).  Grand Forks, ND:  University of North Dakota Press.

Williams, J.A. & Williams, J.D. (1985).  Kuder general interest survey-Form E.  In D.J. Keyser, & R.C. Sweetland (Eds.), Test critiques:  Volume II (pp. 395-401).  Kansas City, MO:  Test Corporation of America.

Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1987).  Kuder general interest survey -Form E (review).  In J. T. Kapes, & M. M. Mastle (Eds.), Counselor's guide to career assessment instruments.  Alexandria, VA:  National Career Development.


Williams, J.D., & Williams, J.A.  (1991).  Commercial pilots and mandatory retirement.  In S. Deitz, & W.E. Thoms, Pilots, personality and performance (pp. 125-143).  New York:  Quorum Books.

Hoover, J.H. & Williams, J.D. (1994). A critique of the Attention Deficit Disorder Behavior Rating Scales (ADDBRS).  In D.J. Keyser, & R.C. Sweetland (Eds.), Test critiques (pp. 49-55).  Kansas City, MO:  Test Corporation of America.

Larson, J. & Williams, J.D. (1994). A critique of the KeyMath-Revised.  In D.J. Keyser, & R. C. Sweetland (Eds.), test critiques (pp. 350-354).  Kansas City, MO:  Test Corporation of America.

Williams, J.D., & Williams, J.A.  (1994).  A critique of the Duke OARS Multidisciplinary Assessment of Service Needs.  In D.J. Keyser, & R.C. Sweetland (Eds.), Test critiques (pp. 482-487).  Kansas City, MO:  Test Corporation of America.

Williams, J.D. (2001). The qualitative-quantitative continuum: Research on the JFK assassination. In R. Hathaway, Ed. Annals of the Joint Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research and the National Academy of Educational Research 1998-1999 (pp. 3-28). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Williams, J.D. (2001). Longitudinal Designs with Added and Deleted Cohorts: A Methodology Generalized from Aging Research to Educational Research. In R. Hathaway, Ed. The Annals of the Joint Meeting of the Association for the
Advancement of Educational Research and the National Academy 1998-1999 (pp.   317-328). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Williams, J.D. & Severson, G. (2010). Lee Harvey Oswald: North Dakota and Beyond. In
           Williams, J.D., Waite, R.G. & Gordon, G.S. John F. Kennedy- History, Memory,
           Legacy: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry. Grand Forks ND: The Univ. of North Dakota, pp.
           318-336. www.und.edu/org/JFKConference  


ARTICLES

Williams, J.D.  (1966). National assessment.  College of Education Record, 52, 46-49.

Williams, J.D.  (1966). The superintendents role in teacher negotiations in three states.  Journal of Research Services, 6, 28-34.

Williams, J.D., & Houston, S.R. (1967). A potentially useful problem solving technique for educational research:  Regression.  College of Education Record, 52, 151-152+.

Houston, S.R., & Williams, J.D.  (1967). Judgment analysis:  A policy capturing procedure.  College of Education Record, 52, 153-154+.

Williams, J.D. (1967). The non-degree teacher. The North Dakota Teacher, 57(3), 12-13.

Williams, J.D.  (1968).  Choosing a sample size for an educational experiment. College of Education Record, 53, 38-39+.

Williams, J.D., & Harlow, S.D.  (1968).  A note on the interpretation of the F test.  College of Education Record, 53, 40-41.

Williams, J.D., & Williams, C.M. (1969). The identification of variables in  referrals to the school psychologist. College of Education Record, 54, 78-83.

Moellenberg, W. Pl, & Williams, J.D. (1969).  Conceptual systems theory and the superintendent in teacher negotiations.  ISR Journal, 1, 64-78.

Williams, J.D., Gab, D., & Lindem, A. (1969, Winter). Judgment analysis for assessing doctoral admission policies.  Journal of Experimental Education, 38, 92-96.

Williams, J.D., & Gab, D.  (1969).  Assessing the doctoral admission policy.
College of Education, 55, 14-20.

Williams, J.D.  (1970).  Creativity and the initial statistics courses:  An exercise in goal oriented behavior.  Journal of Business Education, 65, 155-156.

Williams, J.D., Harlow, S.D., Lindem, A.C., & Gab, D.  (1970). A judgment analysis program for clustering similar judgmental systems.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 30, 171-173.

Williams, J.D. (1970, April).  Quick calculations of critical differences for Scheffe's test for unequal sample sizes.  The American Statistician, 24, 38-39.

Williams, J.D., Harlow, S.D., & Gab, D.  (1970).  A longitudinal study examination of doctoral success:  Grade point average as a criterion or graduation vs. non-graduation as criterion.  Journal of Educational Research, 64, 161-164.

Williams, J.D. (1970, Winter). A regression approach to experimental design. Journal of Experimental Education, 39, 83-90.

Williams, J.D.  (1970).  Computer usage in education:  Or how I stopped worrying and learned to live the machine.  College of Education Record, 55, 153-156.

Williams, J.D. (1970). Why another publication?  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints,
1, 1-3.

Williams, J.D.  (1970).  Multiple comparisons in a regression framework. Multiple Linear
            Regression Viewpoints, 1, 26-40.

Williams, J.D. (1970).  Multivariate techniques and computer usage applied to research in business education.  College of Education Record, 56, 43-56.

Williams, J.D.  (1970).  Multivariate techniques and computer usage. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 13, 36-48.

Williams, J.D.  (1971, Spring).  A multiple regression approach to multiple comparisons for comparing several treatments with a control.  Journal of Experimental Education, 39, 93-96.

Williams, J.D., Harlow, S.D., & Borgen, J.  (1971).  Creativity, dogmatism, and arithmetic achievement.  Journal of Psychology, 78, 217-222.

Zimmerman, R., & Williams, J.D.  (1971).  Personality characteristics of innovative and non-innovative teachers.  Psychological Reports, 29, 343-346.

Williams, J.D. (1971). Graduate admissions. The American Psychologist, 26, 739-740.

Williams, J.D., & Lindem, A.C.  (1971). Setwise regression analysis – A stepwise procedure for sets of variables.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 31, 747-748.

Rosenau, C.D. & Williams, J.D. (1971). A comparison of the Lorge-Thordike intelligence test total IQ and the general aptitude battery aptitude G.  College of Education Record, 56, 153-161.

Lennon, G.F., Williams, J.D., & Gray, A.L.  (1971). The Minot teachers strike--An appraisal.  College of Education Record, 56, 167-170.

Williams, J.D., & Lindem, A.C.  (1971). Setwise regression analysis – A new data analytic tool.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 2, 25-27.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1971). Setwise regression analysis.  College of Education Record, 57, 18-20.

Williams, J.D.  (1972). Two way fixed effects analysis of variance with disproportionate cell frequencies.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 7, 67-83.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C.  (1972).  An IBM 360/30 program for setwise regression analysis.  Behavioral Science, 17, 324-325.



Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1972). A computer program for two way fixed effects of variance with disproportionate cell frequencies.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 32, 167-168.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1972).  An IBM 360/40 program for two way fixed effects analysis of variance with disproportionate cell frequencies.  Behavioral Science, 17, 396-397.

Williams, J.D. (1972).  Multiple comparisons in a regression approach. Psychological Reports, 30, 639-647.

Hountras, P.T. Williams, C. & Williams, J.D. (1972). Manifest anxiety and vocational preference among male graduate students.  Psychological Reports, 30, 886.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1972). Two way analysis of covariance with multiple covariates and proportionate or disproportionate cell frequencies.  Behavioral Science, 17, 487-488.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1972).  Analysis of covariance with multiple covariates.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 32, 815-816.

Williams, J.D., Maresh, R., & Peebles, J.D.  (1972).  A comparison of raw gain scores, residual gain scores, the analysis of covariance with two modes of teaching reading.  Multiple Regression Viewpoints, 3, 2-16.

Wiebe, B. & Williams, J.D. (1972). Self disclosure to parents by high school students.  Psychological Reports, 31, 690.

Williams, J.D., Tuebner, J., & Harlow, S.D.  (1973).  Creativity in rural, urban and Indian children.  Journal of Psychology, 83, 111-116.

Williams, J.D. & Williams, C. (1973).  Canonical analysis of the vocational preference inventory and the sixteen personality factor questionnaire.  Psychological Reports, 32, 211-214.

Williams, J.D. & Beebe, J.D. (1973).  Self concept and achievement in self enhancement education.  Psychological Reports, 32, 641-642.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., & Harlow, S.D.  (1973).  Conservation and reading readiness.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 123, 133-138.

Williams, J.D. (1973).  Constructing an area table of the normal curve – A BASIC program.  Behavioral Science, 18, 151.

Williams, J.D.  (1973).  A note on familywise error rates.  Psychological Reports, 32, 1221-1222.


Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1973). Conservation and sex.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 37, 14.

Brekke, B., & Williams, J.D.  (1973).  Teachers' prediction of reading readiness.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 37, 521-522.

Williams, J.D. (1973). Applications of setwise regression analysis.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 4(2), 1-7.

Williams, J.D. & Kelleher, J. (1973). Conceptual systems and philosophical orientation.  Journal of Psychology, 85, 261-266.

Buzahora, R.C., & Williams, J.D. (1973). An empirical comparison of the analysis of covariance and the residual gain analysis.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 4(3), 10-17.

Williams, J.D. (1974). A note on contrast coding vs. dummy coding.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 4(4), 1-5.

Brekke, B.W., Clark, A. & Williams, J.D. (1974). Classification and scaling of children's responses to six Piagetian conservation tasks.  JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 4, 14-15.

Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1974). Conservation and reading achievement of second grade bilingual children.  Journal of Psychology, 85, 65-69.

Williams, J.D. (1974). Classroom implementation of self enhancing education. Psychological Reports, 34, 137-138.

Williams, J.D. (1974). A simplified regression formulation of Tukey's test.  Journal of Experimental Education, 42(4), 80-82.

Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1974). Conservation of weight with the mentally retarded.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 125, 225-231.

Williams, J.D. (1974). Combining competing units in higher education:  An analysis of voting patterns.  Research in Higher Education, 2, 119-132.

Brekke, B., Williams, J.D. & Tait, P. (1974). The acquisition of conservation of weight by the visually impaired.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 125, 89-97.

Williams, J.D., & Lindem, A.C.  (1974).  Computer programs for setwise regression and three related analysis of variance techniques.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 4(4), 30-46.

Williams, J.D.  (1974).  Four-way disproportionate hierarchical models.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 5(2), 32-40.

Williams, J.D.  (1974).  Regression solutions to the a x b x s design.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 5(2), 3-9.

Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1975).  Conservation as a predictor of reading achievement.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 40, 95-98.

Brekke, B. W., & Williams, J.D.  (1975).  Educational disability and conservation.  In G. I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & M.K. Paulson, Piagetian theory and the helping professionals (pp. 108-118).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.

Williams, J.D.  (1975). North Dakota's effort for education.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 1(2), 20-29.

Williams, J.D., & Klimpel, R. (1975). Path analysis and causal models as regression techniques.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 5, 1-20.

Harlow, S.D. & Williams, J.D. (1975). Behaviors encouraged in the open classroom.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 1, 15-26.

Brekke, B.W. & Williams, J.D. (1975). Reversibility preceding conservation and reading readiness.  Journal of Psychology, 90, 191-196.

Watson, J.G. & Williams, J.D. (1975). A study of the achievement, power, and affiliation motivation of black and white managers.  Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Midwest Division of the Academy of Management, 189-196.

Williams, J.D. (1975). A regression formulation of Dunn's and Scheffe's tests. Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 6(1), 74-82.

Williams, J.D., & Watson, J.G.  (1975).  The analysis of covariance with randomized blocks designs by regression.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 6(1), 68-72.

Brekke, B.W., Johnson, D.L., & Williams, J.D.  (1975).  Conservation of weight with the motorically handicapped.  Journal of Special Education, 9, 389-393.

Lindem, A.C. & Williams, J.D. (1975). A regression program for Tukey's test.  Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 7, 375.

           Lewy, R., Williams, J.D., Brekke, B., Harlow, S.D., Burke, J., & Peterson, W.  (1975). The            effect of a visual motor program and two other experimental programs on reading               readiness.  JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 5, 340.
           
           Olson, M., Harlow, S.D. & Williams, J.D. (1975). Rapid reading in braille and large print:                An examination of McBride's procedures.  New Outlook for the Blind, 69, 392-395.
           
           Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1975). Conservation of weight with the emotionally
           disturbed.  Journal of Educational Research, 69, 117-119.
           
           Stokey, R., & Williams, J.D.  (1976). A three way chi-square program.  Behavior Research            Methods and Instrumentation, 8(1), 30.
           
           Williams, J.D. (1976). Canonical analysis as a generalized regression technique for                      multivariate analysis.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 6(4), 20-38.
           
Williams, J.D. (1976). Should ANOVA be taught from an MLR viewpoint in a first course in ANOVA?  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 6(4), 42-45.

Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1976). Scaling reversibility and conservation responses of first grade children on six Piagetian tasks.  In M. K. Paulson, J.F. Magary, & G.I. Lubin, Piagetian theory and the helping professions (pp. 219-235).  Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California.
           
Brekke, B.W., Johnson, D.L., Williams, J.D., & Morrison, E.  (1976).  Conservation of weight with the gifted.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 129, 179-184.

Williams, J.D., Mabee, W.S. & Brekke, K.A. (1976). Faculty policies for granting salary increases.  Journal of Experimental Education, 45(2), 65-69.

Brekke, B., Williams, J.D., Johnson, D.L., & Johnson, M.  (1976). Conservation of weight with the learning disabled.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 2(2), 25-33.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., & Brekke, A.G.  (1977).  Cross-cultural investigation of conservation and weight in Zambian adolescents and youth adults.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 44, 417-418.
                       
          Williams, J.D., & Klimpel, R.  (1977). A comment on Wolfes' comment. Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 7(2), 41-42.

Williams, J.D. (1977). The politics of education in the seventies.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 2(3), 12-16.

Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1977).  Conservation of weight and the handicapped child:  Motorically impaired, learning disabled, deaf and socially deviant.  In G.I. Lubin,
J.F. Magary, & J.K. Paulson, Piagetian theory and the helping professions (pp. 108-117).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.

Watson, J.G. & Williams, J.D. (1977). The relationship between managerial value and managerial success of black and white managers.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 62, 203-207.
           
Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1977). Review of cognitive development:  An information-processing view.  Journal of Educational Research, 70(4), 229.



Olson, M.R., Harlow, S.D., & Williams, J.D.  (1977).  An evaluation of McBride's approach to rapid reading for braille and large print readers.  Education of the Visually Handicapped, 9(1), 16-23.

Williams, J.D. (1977). Full rank and non-full rank models with contrast and binary coding systems for two-way disproportionate cell frequency analyses.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 8(1), 1-17.

Williams, J.D.  (1977). Higher education funding and the 1977 state legislature.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 3(1), 47-56.

Williams, J.D. (1977).  A note on coding the subjects effect in treatments x subjects designs.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 8(1), 32-35.

Williams, J.D., Brekke, B. & Peterson, W. (1977). Effect of a visual motor program on school achievement:  A longitudinal study.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 45, 786.

Brekke, B., Clark, A., Williams, J.D., Landry, R.G., & Follman, D. (1977). Conservation of weight with the socially deviant.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 131, 325-326.

Worner, M., Brekke, B., Williams, J.D. & Harlow, S.D. (1977).  Conservation of weight with the deaf.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 131, 323-324.
           
Burke, J., Lewy, R., Williams, J.D., Brekke, B., Harlow, S., & Peterson, W. (1978). The effects of three experimental programs on reading readiness.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 11, 515-518.

Williams, J.D. & Martin, M.P. (1978). Attempting salary equity for higher education in North Dakota.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 3(2), 27-42.

Sparling, D.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1978).  Multivariate analysis of avian vocalizations.  Journal of Theoretical Biology, 74, 83-107.

Martin, M.P. & Williams, J.D. (1978). Effects of state-wide salary equity provisions on institutional salary policies.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 8(3), 51-65.
           
Williams, J.D. (1978). Localism in faculty governance and participation in the reward system.  Research in Higher Education, 3, 243-259.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., & Follman, D.E.  (1978).  Comparative assessment of visual perceptual abilities in the trainable mentally retarded.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 47, 735-738.

Clark, A., Brekke, B., & Williams, J.  (1978).  Conservation of weight with adolescents and young adults.  Journal of Teaching and Learning, 4(1), 3-14.

Williams, J.D. & Houston, S.R. (1978). Faculty policies of merit pay at two universities:  A comparison.  Colorado Journal of Research, 18(1), 22-25. 34.

Williams, J.D. (1978). Species diversity in natural revegetation after surface mining. Abstracts of Papers International Congress for Energy and the Ecosystem: Economics, Ecology and Planning of Coal Resource Development, 35. Grand Forks: Univ. of North Dakota.
           
Brekke, B.W. & Williams, J.D. (1979). Relationships among different stages of Piagetian tasks and spatial relationships with young adolescents.  In G.E. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J.R. Paulson, Piagetian theory and the helping professions (pp. 471-477).  Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D. & Follman, D. (1978). Conservation and visual perception in trainable mentally retarded.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, J.R. Paulson &
M. Soto-McAlister, Piagetian theory and the helping professions (Vol. II) (pp. 62-66).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.
           
Williams, J.D., Clark, A.T. & Brekke, B.W. (1978). Relationships among different stages of Piagetian tasks with university students.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, J.R. Paulson, & M. Soto-McAlister, Piagetian theory and the helping professions (Vol. III) (pp. 305-313).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.

Williams, J.D. & Brekke, B.W. (1979). Relationships among different stages of Piagetian tasks and spatial relations in adolescents.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 134, 179-184.
           
Williams, J.D. (1979). Contrasts with unequal N by multiple linear regression. Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 9(3), 1-7.
           
Toma, R.B., Tabekhia, M.M., & Williams, J.D.  (1979).  Trials to reduce soluble oxalates in home prepared spinach.  Deutsche Lebensmittel Rundschav, 75, 212-214.

Toma, R.B., Tabekhia, M.M. & Williams, J.D. (1979). Phytate and oxalate contents in sesame seed (seesamun indicum 1).  Nutrition Reports International, 20, 25-31.

Williams, J. D., & Wali, M.  (1979).  Missing cells and a curious case of degrees of freedom.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 9(5), 75-87.

Williams, J.D. (1979). Multiple comparisons in the analysis of covariance using multiple linear regression.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 10(1), 20-30.

Williams, J.D. (1980). A note to maximized posttest contrasts.  Journal of Experimental Education, 49(2), 116-118.

Williams, J.D.  (1980). JAN in higher education and decision making.  In Proceedings and abstracts, American Institute for Decision Sciences Western Divisional Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.
           
Ryan, E.J., Watson, J.G. & Williams, J.D. (1981). The relationship between managerial values and managerial success of female and male managers.  Journal of Psychology, 108, 67-72.

Williams, J.D.  (1981). A note on proportional cell frequencies in a two-way classification. Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 11(1), 61-68.

Williams, J.D.  (1981). Missing cells in a two-way classification.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 11(1), 91-105.

Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D. (1982). Time to secure employment analyzed by setwise regression analysis.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 11(2), 55-62.

Williams, J.D., & Newman, I.  (1982). Using linear models to simultaneously analyze a Solomon four group design.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 11(3), 77-90.

Newman, I., Williams, J.D., & Bobner, R. (1982). Dependent binary data: A comparison of regression and X2 solutions.  In Proceedings of the American Statistical Association (Section on Statistical Education) (pp. 178-183).

Williams, J.D. (1983, August 31). Objectivity.  Salmagundi, 10, 6-7.
           
Isaacson, D.L., & Williams, J.D. (1984). The relationship of conceptual systems theory and Piagetian theory.  Journal of Psychology, 117, 3-6.

Williams, J.D., Brekke, B.W., & Clark, A.T. (1984). Stages of conservation in university students.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J.R. Paulson, Piagetian theory, developmental  perspectives and adult development (Vol. I) (pp. 81-83).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., Clark, A.T., Follman, D. (1984). Piagetian object permanence in severely mentally retarded adults.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J. R. Paulson, Piagetian theory and its implications for mental health (Vol. II) (pp. 115 117).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.

Brekke, B. W., & Williams, J.D. (1984). Conservation of Senegalese youth and its psycho-social correlates.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J.R. Paulson, Piagetian theory, developmental perspectives and adult development (Vol. I) (pp. 61-63).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.
           
Brekke, B., & Williams, J.D. (1984). Sensorimotor development in severely retarded adults and the Uzgiris-Hunt Scales.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J.R. Paulson, Piagetian theory and its implications for mental health (Vol. II) (pp. 118-119).  Los    Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.



Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1984). Relationship of Uzgiris-Hunt Scales to language acquisition of severely retarded adults.  In G.I. Lubin, J.F. Magary, & J.R. Paulson, Piagetian theory and its implications for mental health (Vol. II) (pp. 112-114).  Los Angeles, CA:  University of Southern California.
           
Williams, J.D. & Williams, J.A. (1985). Testing hypotheses in a repeated measures design on employee attitudes with large samples.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 13(2), 1-20.

Williams, J.D. & Williams, J.A. (1985). Testing hypotheses in a repeated measures design:  An example.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 13(2), 36-46.

Jacoby, A.P., & Williams, J.D. (1985). Effects of premarital sexual standards and behavior on dating and marriage desirability.  Journal of Marriage and the Family, 47, 1059-1065.  Also excerpted in Psychology Today (1986, June), 20.

Williams, J.D. (1985). Multiple comparisons via multiple linear regression: Learning the obvious takes time.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 14(1), 39-59.
           
Williams, J.D. (1987). The use of nonsense coding with ANOVA situations. Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 15(2), 29-39.

Dickinson, L.M. & Williams, J.D. (1987). Incidence of placement in group homes for juvenile status offenders.  Psychological Reports, 60, 850.

Williams, J.D., Williams, J.A., & Roman, S.J. (1988). A ten year study of salary differential through a regression methodology.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 16(1), 91-107.

Barresi, C.M., & Williams, J.D.  (1988, October).  Gender differences in unmet service needs in widowhood.  The Gerontologist, 41, 116A.

Williams, J.D., & Jacoby, A. (1989). The effects of premarital heterosexual experience on dating and marriage desirability.  Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51, 489-497.

Bauernfeind, R.H., Anderson, S., Murphy, K., Pearson, C. & Williams, J.D.            (1989).  Kuder occupational interest survey (KOIS) (review).  AAECD Newsnotes, 5-7.
           
Bauernfeind, R.H., Anderson, S.B., Jepson, D., Read, R.W., Rosen, D., & Williams, J.D.  (1990). Kuder general interest survey (KGIS) - Form E (review).  AAECD Newsnotes, 25(3), 7-10.

Bauernfeind, R.H., Anderson, S., Rosen, D., Tonetti, J.P. & Williams, J.D. (1990). Interest determination, exploration and assessment systems (IDEA) (review).  AAECD Newsnotes, 26(2), 6-10.

Newman, I., Benz, C., & Williams, J.D.  (1990). Alternatives in analyzing the Solomon four group design.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 17(2), 91-103.

Munski, L.B., Williams, J.D., & Munski, D.C. (1991). A pilot study of undergraduate general knowledge in geography at the University of North Dakota.  Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, 45, 24.

Williams, J.D.  (1991). Age, cohort and period in life-span research:  A three-way analysis with logically missing cells.  Multivariate Behavioral Research, 26, 631-654.
           
Thompson, G.W., Strackbein, D., & Williams, J.D.  (1992).  Gender differences in an experimental program on arithmetic problem solving and computation.  Midwestern Educational Researcher, 5, 20-22.

Schumacher, R.E. & Williams, J.D. (1993). Ordinal and criterion scaling in multiple regression.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, 20, 25-32.

Williams, J.D.  (1994).  The evolution of mating.  American Scientist, 82, 303.

McCleary, V., Toma, R.B., & Williams, J.D. (1995). Clinical parameters and dietary intake of midwestern adolescent females. Adolescence, 30, 881-889.

Williams, J.D , & Klug, M. (1996). Aging and cognition – Methodological differences in outcome. Experimental Aging Research, 22, 219-244.
           
Williams, J.D. (1996). Missing cells in developmental research. Midwest Educational Research, 9(4), 2-3+.

Williams, J.D. (1997). Flashback: A review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 4(4), 14-17.

Williams, J.D. (1997). Nightmare in Dallas. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 4(6), 21-26.

Williams, J.D. (1998). Did Castro kill Kennedy? A Review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 5(4), 19-22.
           
Muus, K.J., & Williams, J.D. (1998). Job satisfaction among rural physician assistants. The Journal of Rural Health. 14,2, 100-108.

Williams, J.D. (1999). LBJ and the assassination conspiracies.  JFK Deep Politics Quarterly. 4,2, 25-28

Williams, J.D. (1999). LBJ: A closer look: A review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 6(4), 3-6.

Williams, J.D. (2000). Oswald in North Dakota? Part I. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination, 7 (2), 21-26.


Williams, J.D. (2000). Oswald in North Dakota? Part II. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 7 (3), 19-22.
           
Williams, J.D. (2001). Murder in Dealey Plaza: A Review. The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John F. Kennedy Assassination. 8, (2), 12-17.

Williams, J.D. & Conway, D. (2001). The Don Reynolds Testimony and LBJ. Assassination Chronicles. 7, (1) ,19-28.

Williams, J.D. (2003). Why is Morris Jaffe Interesting? The Dealey Plaza Echo, 7,2, 30-39.

Williams, J.D. (2004). What McClellan does not tell us.  JFK Deep Politics Quarterly9, 3, 19-24.

Williams, J.D. (2004). Was the FBI Searching for Oswald the Day Before the Assassination?  The Dealey Plaza Echo, 8,2, 46-52.

Williams, J.D. &  Cousins, K.T.  (2005) Judyth and Lee: Was their Employment at  Reily Coffee a Chance Event? Dealey Plaza Echo, 9,2, 37-43.

Williams, J.D. (2005). Estes named Cliff Carter as the Master Strategist in the JFK Assassination. JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly,10,4,13-19.

Murrey, G.J., Hale, F.M., & Williams, J.D. (2006). Assessment of Ansognosia in Persons with Frontal Lobe Damage: The clinical utility of the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI).  Journal of Brain Injury19 8, 599-603.

Williams, J.D. (2006). Ultimate Sacrifice: The Whole is Less than the Sum of its Parts JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 11, 3, 15-22.

Williams, J.D., Cousins, K.T. & Baker, J.A. (2007). Judyth and Lee in New Orleans. Dealey Plaza Echo. 11, 1, 24-43.

Williams, J.D. (2007). Dr. Mary’s  monkey; Edward Haslam, an insider’s account (Part One).JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 12, 4, 22-36..

Williams, J.D. (2007). Dr. Mary’s  monkey; Edward Haslam, an insider’s account (Part Two).JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 13, 1,

Williams, J.D. (2008). Shock Doctrine: A New Paradigm for the JFK Assassination? JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 13, 4, 12-19.

Williams, J.D. (2008). Echo from Dealey Plaza- Abraham Bolden. Dealey Plaza Echo, 12, 2, 51-54.

Williams, J.D. (2009). Who was Richard Cain? JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly,14 3, 10-22.  

Williams, J.D. (2009). How “Typical” was the Protection for President Kennedy in Dallas?
Dealey Plaza Echo, 15, 1, 1-4.

Williams, J.D. (2010). Did JFK Agree to the So-Called C-Day Coup Against Castro?
JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 15, 2, 11-22.

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Record Review Board. Part I: The Medical Witnesses.
 JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly. 16, 2, 7-18.

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Record Review Board. Part II: Fraud in the Evidence-
A Pattern of Deception. JohnDelaneWilliams.Blogspot.com

Williams, J.D. (2011). Inside the Records Review Board. Part III: The Political Context of the Assassination. JohnDelaneWilliams.Blogspot.com.

Williams, J.D. (2012). Head Shot- A Physicist Analyzes the Assassination.JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 17,1, 14-20.

Williams, J.D. (2012). Murder Within: A 37 Year Wait. JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly, 17, 3, 14-18.

Williams, J.D. & Titovets, E.  (2013). Did Oswald speak Russian in Russia? JohnDelane Williams.Blogspot.com

Williams, J.D. (2013). An Early Prescient Critical Researcher--Thomas G. Buchanan. JohnDelaneWilliams.blogspot.cpm  

Williams, J.D.(2014). The 50th Anniversary in Dallas. JFK-E/Deep politics Quarterly,1,1,14-22.


REVIEWS:

Williams, J.D. Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love, and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald. Judyth Vary Baker. In Amazon.com, November, 2010.

Williams, J.D. (2011). Triangle of Fire-A Review. JohnDelaneWilliams.Blogspot.com. Williams, J.D. (2012). Has The Cat Got Your Tounge? Diane W.Windingland. In Amazon.com (September).





REPORTS:
           
Williams, J.D.  (1964).  Laboratory manual for elementary statistics. Rock Springs, WY:  Western Wyoming  Junior College.

Williams, J.D. (1964). Calculus for the Layman. Rock Springs, WY: Western Wyoming Junior College.
Williams, J.D., & Krahmer, E.F.  (1967).  Report of the 1967 presession on multivariate design and analysis in educational research:  An evaluation.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D., & Krahmer, E.F.  (1968).  The 1968 presession on multivariate analysis in educational research:  An evaluation. Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D., Krahmer, E.F., & Zimmerman, R.  (1969).  The 1969 AERA presession on multivariate design and analysis in educational research:  An evaluation.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Brunson, Q., Krahmer, E.F., Morris, C.M., Thompson, J.A., & Williams, J.D. (1969).  Implementation of the teacher and his staff project (Research Report No. 2).  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Thompson, J.A., Barden, J., Brunson, Q., & Williams, J.D.  (1970). Implementation of the teacher and his project staff (Research Report No. 3).  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.
           
Thompson, J.A. & Williams, J.D. (1970). Differentiated staffing.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D., Krahmer, E.F., & Zimmerman, R. (1970). The 1970 AERA presession on applied regression analysis in educational research:  An evaluation.  Grand Forks, ND:  Educational Measurement and Statistics, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D., Harlow, S.D., & Holte, C. (1971). Human awareness through self enhancement education.  Grand Forks, ND:  University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1971, November). Setwise linear regression (Special Report No. 30).  Grand Forks, ND:  Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. (1972). Human awareness through self enhancing education. Grand Forks, ND:  Grand Forks Public School District.



Williams, J.D., & Beebe, J.D. (1972). The 1972 American Educational Research Association presession on applied linear regression analysis in educational research:  An evaluation. Grand Forks, ND:  Educational Measurement and Statistics, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1972, June). A computer program for two-way fixed effects analysis of variance with disproportionate cell frequencies (Special Report No. 35).  Grand Forks, ND:  Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. (1972, October). Construction of an area table of the normal curve (Special Report No. 42).  Grand Forks, ND:  Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D. (1972, October). Judgment analysis (JAN) - A user's manual (Special Report No. 45).  Grand Forks, ND:  Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D.  (1973, August).  Human awareness through self enhancing education: The third year evaluation.  Grand Forks, ND:  Grand Forks Public School District.
           
Williams, J.D. (1973, December). Combining competing units in higher education: An analysis of voting patterns. Grand Forks, ND.  Center for Teaching & learning. Trainer of Teacher Trainers Program. Research Report.

Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1975, May). A computer program for the analysis of covariance with multiple covariates (COVARMULT) (Special Report No. 64).  Grand Forks, ND: Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Stokey, R., Williams, J.D. & Rosenau, C. (1976, January). Three way chi-square program (Special Report No. 70). Grand Forks, ND: Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Wali, M., Williams, J.D. et al. (1976). A systems approach to the reclamation of strip-mined areas in North Dakota.  Grand Forks, ND:  Project Reclamation, University of North Dakota.
           
Williams, J.D. & Lindem, A.C. (1976, June). A computer program for two-way analysis of variance with multiple covariates (Special Report No. 74).  Grand Forks, ND:  Computer Center, University of North Dakota.

Wali, M., Williams, J.D. et al.  (1977, July).  A systems approach to the reclamation of strip mined areas in North Dakota (2nd Report).  Grand Forks, ND:  Project Reclamation, University of North Dakota.

Perrone, V., Landry, R., Ahler, J., Traugh, C., Hill, R., Dahl, I., Larson, J., Williams, J.D., & King, L.  (1981).  Secondary school students and employment: An introduction to the data, 1.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Perrone, V., Landry, R., Ahler, J., Traugh, C., Hill, R., Dahl, I., Larson, J., Williams, J.D., & King, L.  (1981).  Secondary school students and employment: An introduction to the data, 2.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D.  (1983).  Generating research with the high school and beyond data set.  Grand Forks, ND:  Bureau of Educational Research, University of North Dakota.

Wakefield-Fisher, M. & Williams, J.D. (1985). Critique of the North Dakota Statewide Nursing Study, Phase IV- Nursing Preparation & Nursing Practice. Grand Forks, ND: College of Nursing, The University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.D.  (1988).  Age, cohort and period in life-span research:  A regression solution.  Cleveland, OH:  The Western Reserve Geriatric Center, Case Western University.  (Monograph for Interdisciplinary Geriatrics Education Award)

Franklin, E., Johnston, P., O'Shea, D., Klug, M., & Williams, J.D.  (1992, August).  Final evaluation report:  Riley reading program.  Grand Forks, ND:  Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Dakota.

Williams, J.A. & Williams, J.D. (1998, Nov.). The White Earth Reservation head start programs: An evaluation. East Grand Forks, MN: North Star Psychological Services.

Williams, J.D. (1998, Dec.). Why are UND faculty members paid less than NDSU faculty members? Report prepared for the President. Grand Forks, ND: Author.
           
Williams, J.D. & Severson, G. (1999). Reports of Sightings of Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND in the summer of 1953. Grand Forks, ND: Author. 
           
Williams, J.D. & Williams, J.A. (1999, Nov.). The White Earth Reservation head start programs, 1999:  An evaluation. East Grand Forks, MN: North Star Psychological Services.

Williams, J.D., Severson, G. & Williams, J.A. (1999, December). Typescript of an interview with Lyle Aho regarding a possible Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND. Grand Forks, ND: Authors.

VIDEOS:
           
Williams, J.D., Severson, G. & Williams, J.A. (1999, August). An interview with Lyle Aho regarding a possible Lee Harvey Oswald in Stanley, ND. Grand Forks, ND: Authors (Research Video).





AUDIO INTERVIEWS WITH TRANSCRIPTS
           
Williams, J.D. and Severson, G. (November 16, 2001; transcript 2002).  Interview of Dennis David concerning JFK Assassination Information at Bethesda, MD. Dallas, TX.

Williams, J.D. and Severson, G. (November 17-18, 2001; transcript 2002). Interview of Madeleine Brown concerning JFK Assassination Information in Dallas. Dallas, TX.


PRESENTATIONS:
           
Williams, J.D. (1970, October). Multivariate techniques and computer usage applied to research in business education.  Presentation at the Third Annual Research Institute of the NBEA, Denver, CO.

Williams, J.D., Maresh, R. & Peebles, J.D. (1972, April). A comparison of raw gain scores, residual gain scores, and the analysis of covariance with two modes of teaching reading.  Presentation at the 1972 American Educational Research Association Convention, Chicago, IL.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 061 287)

Williams, J.D.  (1971, April 28).  Taking the drudgery out of statistics. Presentation at the Fifth Annual Small College Computing Symposium, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (1973, October). An analysis of course -Faculty evaluation at the University of North Dakota.  Presentation at the State of the Faculty Conference, North Dakota Council on Higher Education, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. & Linden, A.C. (1974, April). Regression computer programs for setwise regression, analysis of covariance with multiple covariates, and two way analysis of variance and covariance with disproportionate cell frequencies.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Brekke, B. W., & Williams, J.D.  (1974, February).  Educational disability and conservation.  Paper presented at the Fourth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.
           
Williams, J.D. (1974, October). Student ratings--What should be done with them?  Presented at the North Midwest Section Meeting, American Society for Engineering Education, Grand Forks, ND.

Brekke, B.W. & Williams, J.D. (1975, January). Scaling reversibility and conservation responses of first grade children on six Piagetian tasks.  Paper presented at the Fifth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.



Watson, J.G. & Williams, J.D. (1975, April). A study of the achievement, power, and affiliation motivation of black and white managers.  Paper presented at the Midwest Management Society Convention, Ann Arbor, MI.

Williams, J.D. (1976, April). Canonical analysis as a generalized regression technique for multivariate analysis.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.
           
Williams, J.D. (1976, April). Should ANOVA be taught from an MLR viewpoint in a first course in ANOVA?  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1976, January).  Conservation of weight and the handicapped child:  Motorically impaired, learning disabled, deaf and socially deviant.  Presentation at the Sixth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Safaya, N.M., Gupta, A.P. & Williams, J.D. (1976, December 2).  Dry matter accumulation and nutrient composition in some varieties of corn as affected by zinc deficiency.  Paper presented at the American Society of Agronomy Convention, Houston, TX.
           
Williams, J.D. (1976, June). Sources of invalidity and misinterpretation in research design. Presentation at the First Annual Assessment and Evaluation Conference, Grand Forks, ND.

Clark, A., Brekke, B. & Williams, J.D. (1976, October 8). Conservation of weight with adolescents and youth adults.  Paper presented at the North Dakota Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Jamestown, ND.

Williams, J.D., Clark, A.T., & Brekke, B.W. (1977, January).  Relationship among different stages of Piagetian tasks with university students.  Paper presented at the Seventh Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Brekke, B., Williams, J.D., & Follman, D.E.  (1977, February 28). Conservation and visual perception in trainable mentally retarded.  Paper presented at the Seventh Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Sparling, D.W. & Williams, J.D. (1977, August 23). Multivariate analysis of avian vocalizations.  Paper presented at the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologist Union Convention, Berkeley, CA.

Clark, A., Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., & Follman, D.  (1977, October 18). Piagetian object permanence in severely mentally retarded adults.  Presented at the Regional Conference of the American Association of Mental Deficiency, Des Moines, IA.

Williams, J.D. & Martin, M.P. (1977, November). Equalization of salaries for higher education in North Dakota:  Or equal pay for equal work.  Paper presented at the Association of Institutional Researchers-Upper Midwest Meeting, Cedar Falls, IA.

Martin, M.P. & Williams, J.D. (1978, March). Effects of state-wide salary equity provisions on institutional salary policies:  A regression analysis.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Convention, Toronto, ON.
           
Williams, J.D. (1978, March). Path analysis:  A mini-training session in the how to and why. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association Convention, Toronto, ON.

Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D.  (1978, February).  Relationships among different stages of Piagetian tasks and spatial relationships with young adolescents.  Paper presented at the Eighth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Williams, J.D.  (1978, June).  Species diversity in natural revegetation after surface mining.  Paper presented at the International Congress for Energy and the Ecosystem, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (1978, May).  Governance and participation in the reward system and localism in a university faculty.  Paper presented at the Midwest Educational Research Association Meeting, Chicago, IL.
           
Williams, J.D., Brekke, B.W., & Clark, A.  (1979, February).  Stages of Piagetian tasks and spatial relations in university students.  Paper presented at the Ninth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Brekke, B.W., Williams, J.D., Clark, A., & Follman, D.  (1979, February). Object permanence in severely mentally retarded adults.  Paper presented at the Ninth Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Williams, J.D. & Wali, M. (1979, April). Missing cells and a curious case of degrees of freedom.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
           
Brekke, B., & Williams, J.D. (1980, February).  Conservation of Senegalese youth and its psycho-social correlates.  Paper presented at the 10th Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions, Los Angeles, CA.

Williams, J.D.  (1980, March 13).  JAN in higher education and decision making.  Paper presented at the Western American Interstate of Decision Sciences Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.


Newman, I., Benz, C.R., & Williams, J.D.  (1980, September).  Repeated measures:  Suggested approach for simultaneous independent and dependent measures.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Meeting, Montreal, PQ.

Brekke, B.W. & Williams, J.D. (1981, February).  Sensorimotor development in severely retarded adults and the Uzgiris-Hunt Scales.  Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions.
           
Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1981, October 23).  Time to secure employment for college graduates.  Paper presented at the North Dakota Psychological Association Meeting, Fargo, ND.
Williams, J.D., & Newman, I.  (1982, March).  Using a single linear model to analyze a Solomon four group design.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Meeting, New York, NY.

Brekke, B.W., & Williams, J.D. (1982, January). Relationship of Uzgiris-Hunt Scales to language acquisition of severely retarded adults.  Paper presented at the 12th Annual UAP Conference on Piagetian Theory and the Helping Professions.

Newman, I., Williams, J.D. & Bobner, R. (1982, August).  Dependent binary data:  A comparison of regression and X2 solutions.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, Cincinnati, OH.

Brekke, B.W. & Williams, J.D. (1982, October).  Conservation of Senegalese youth.  Paper presented at the First Annual Conference on Research by Women in Higher Education, Grand Forks, ND.
           
Brekke, B., Wiesen, M., Williams, J.D., & Schumacher, K.  (1983, June).  Relationship between level of functioning and personal case in menstruation.  Paper presented at the American Association of Mental Deficiency Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1983, June).  Relocation effects:  Staff attitudes in relation to old and new facilities.  Paper presented at the American Association of Mental Deficiency Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D. (1983, August). Job satisfaction in an institution for the mentally retarded.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA.

Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1983, October).  New facilities: Relocation effects on competencies and attitudes:  Staff attitudes in relationship to old/new facilities.  Paper presented at the Midwest Region American Association for Mental Deficiency Annual Meeting, Des Moines, IA.

Williams, J.D., Williams, J. & Fontaine, D.  (1983, November).  Employee satisfaction in an institution for the mentally retarded.  Paper presented at the Second Annual Conference on Research by Women in Higher Education, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D., & Williams, J.A.  (1984, April).  Testing hypotheses in a repeated measures design on employee attitudes with large samples.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Mercil, S., & Williams, J.D.  (1984, April).  Using species diversity measures in assessing integration of schools.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1984, May).  Staff relocation effects: Revisited and replicated.  Paper presented at the American Association for Mental Deficiency Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

Williams, J.D.  (1985, April).  Multiple comparisons via multiple linear regression:  Learning the obvious takes time.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL.

Brekke, B., & Williams, J.D.  (1985, October).  Self help skills of institutionalized retarded women.  Paper presented at the American Association for Mental Deficiency Regional Meeting, Fargo, ND.

Light, K.A., Williams, J.A., & Williams, J.D.  (1985, October).  Job satisfaction attitude in a central facility for the developmentally disabled:  Effects of relocation into new facilities.  Paper presented at the American Association for Mental Deficiency Regional Meeting, Fargo, ND.
           
Williams, J.D., Williams, J.A., & Light, K.A.  (1985, October).  Job attitude measures and subject dropouts and drop ins in longitudinal research.  Paper presented at the American Association for Mental Deficiency Regional Meeting, Fargo, ND.

Williams, J.A., Williams, J.D., & Light, K.A.  (1985, October).  Job attitude in a central facility for the developmentally disabled:  What have we learned?  Paper presented at the American Association for Mental Deficiency Regional Meeting, Fargo, ND.

Williams, J.D., Williams, J.A., Anderson, V.T., & Roman, S.J.  (1987, April). A ten year study of salary differential by sex through a regression methodology.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Meeting, Washington, DC
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Newman, I., Benz, C. & Williams, J.D. (1988, April). A regression approach for the effectiveness of analyzing the Solomon four group design.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Williams, J.D. (1988, April).  Age, cohort and period in life-span research: A three-way analysis with logically missing cells.  Paper presented at the Ohio Professional and Scientific Conference on Aging, Toledo, OH.

Barresi, C.M., & Williams, J.D.  (1988, November).  Gender differences in unmet service needs in widowhood.  Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
           
Newman, I., & Williams, J.D.  (1989, March).  Ordinary least squares vs. weighted least squares:  A demonstration of appropriate uses.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Williams, J.D.  (1991, April).  Developmental models for time of testing x cohort x grade (age) research designs.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Munski, L.B. Williams, J.D. & Munski, D.C. (1991, April). A pilot study of undergraduate general knowledge in geography at the University of North Dakota.  Paper presented at the North Dakota Academy of Science, Minot, ND.

Williams, J.D., Hoover, J., & Schuber, J.  (1993, July 7-9).  ADHD/LD screening:  A critical review of instruments and methodology.  Paper presented at the ADHD/LD: Life Beyond the Label Conference, Grand Forks, ND.
           
Williams, J.D.  (1993, July 7-9).  Assessments used to measure attention deficit disorder:  A review.  Paper presented at the ADHD/LD: Life Beyond the Label Conference, Grand Forks, ND.
           
Williams, J.D.  (1994, October).  The importance of cohort in cognitive research regarding aging.  Paper presented at the North Dakota Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (1995, Jan.). Aging and cognition. Paper presented at the Fielding Institute Winter Session, Santa Barbara, CA.

Tapp, R.M., Watrous, D.L., & Williams, J.D. (1995, Oct.). Construction of a scale involving predictors of racial diversity. Paper presented at the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Meeting, Jackson, WY.

Williams, J.D., & Klug, M.G. (1995, November). Applications in a statistical laboratory. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND.

Tapp, R.M., & Williams, J.D. (1996, Oct.). A note on summated ratings on factor scores. Paper presented at the Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Meeting, Detroit Lakes, MN.

Williams, J.D., & Uhlenberg, B. (1997, September). Young adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Association of Middle Level Educators of North Dakota Fall Conference, Grand Forks, ND.


Williams, J.D. (1998, October). Statistics and research design. Presentation at Cluster Seminar, The Fielding Institute.  Minneapolis, MN.
           
Williams, J.D. (1998, December). The qualitative- quantitative continuum: Research on the JFK assassination. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research annual meeting. Jacksonville, FL.

Williams, J.D. (1999, September). Behavior Management Problems.  Workshop presented at the Northwest Minnesota DAC Cooperative Third annual Conference. Detroit Lakes, MN.            

Williams, J.D. (1999, November). Research Design in Clinical Psychology.  Presentation at Cluster Seminar, The Fielding Institute. Minneapolis, MN.

Williams, J.D. (1999, December). Longitudinal Designs with Added and Deleted Cohorts: A Methodology Generalized from Aging Research to Educational Research. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research annual Meeting. Jacksonville, FL.
           
Williams, J.D. (2000, Feb.) The Black Male as a Hero Model. Presented at The Black History Month Conferences. The University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (2000, Feb.) The History of Blacks at UND. Presented at The Black History Month Conferences. The University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (2000, Apr.) What Do Students Need to be Successful at UND? Alana Leadership Conference. The University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND.

Williams, J.D. (2000, June). Cornelia deLange Syndrome. Presentation to Staff & Professionals, Polk County DAC, Crookston, MN.

Williams, J.D. (August 15, 2002). LBJ and the Kennedy assassination.  St. Paul, MN: The Twin Cities (MN) JFK Assassination Research Group.
           
Williams, J.D. (October 19, 2002). Experimental Design in Clinical Research. Minneapolis, MN: The Fielding Institute, Minnesota Cluster.

Murrey, G.J., Hale, F.M. & Williams, J.D. (October 18, 2003). Assessment of anosognosia in persons with frontal lobe damage: Clinical utility of the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI). Grand Forks, ND. The Northern Lights Psychology Conference, The University of North Dakota. 

Williams, J.D. (April 9, 2004). Investigating the Major Texas Conspirators in the JFK Assassination.  St. Paul, MN: The Twin Cities (MN) JFK Assassination Research Group


Williams, J.D. (April 9, 2004). Ruby and Oswald: Connections. St. Paul, MN. The Twin Cities JFK Assassination Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (April 11, 2004). Research in Clinical Psychology and the Qualitative-Quantitative Interactive Continuum.  Minneapolis, MN: The Fielding Institute, Minnesota Cluster.

Williams, J.D. (September 7, 2004). Organized Crime and Relationship to JFK Assassination.  Bloomington, MN.  The Twin Cities JFK Assassination Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 10, 2005). Recent research on Judyth Baker and New Orleans aspects of the JFK Assassination.  Richfield, MN. Presentation to the Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 8, 2006). The JFK Assassination: The Place of Judyth Baker. Richfield, MN.  Presentation to the Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J.D. (September 9, 2006). Research in Clinical Psychology: Writing the Dissertation. Plymouth, MN.  Presentation to the Minnesota Cluster, The Fielding Graduate Institute.

Williams, J.D. (September 11, 2007) Edward Haslam, his witness, and New Orleans. Richfield, MN. The Twin Cities JFK Research Group.

Williams, J. D. & Severson, G. (September 26, 2008). Was Lee Harvey Oswald in North Dakota? Presentation at the JFK Conference, The University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.

Williams, J.D. (September 26, 2008). JFK Assassination Research: Photographic Evidence.  Panel Member, JFK Conference, The University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.

Williams, J.D. & Titovets, E. (November 23, 2013). Did Lee Harvey Oswald Speak Russian While Living in The Soviet Union? Presentation at the Arlington Conference  50th Anniversary JFK. Eunice Senior Center. Arlington, Texas