The reference is:
Delgado, José Manuel Rodríguez, 1915- Title Physical control of the mind; toward a psychocivilizedsociety [by] José M. R. Delgado.
New York, Harper & Row  Edition [1st ed.]
Also a movie by the title I think "The Terminal Man' was based on this work.
At 04:44 PM 10/18/98 +0100, you wrote:
>> From: Ian Goddard <Ian@Goddard.net>
>> Remote mind control by radio-controlled brain implants
>> had been mastered as far back as 1964, to the point that
>> scientists "played" animals "like little electronic toys,"
>> according to the following New York Times article:
>Very interesting indeed! But...is this for real? One would think that if such
>amazing feats were already possible more than 30 years ago, "wired" people
>(criminals for example) and animals would be a common sight by now...What
>current status of this kind of research anyway?
Ralph Lewis, Professor of Management and Human Resources College of Business
California State University, Long Beach
Long Beach, California