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Leary's colleague, Richard Alpert (Ram Dass), was fired from Harvard University on May 27, 1963 for giving psilocybin to an undergraduate student.
Leary was planning to leave Harvard when his teaching contract expired in June, the following month.
He was acquitted by a court-martial, but the silencing measures continued in full force, as well as the onslaught of demerits for small rule infractions.
The treatment continued in his sophomore year, and his mother appealed to a family friend, United States Senator David I.
In the first months as a "plebe", he was given numerous demerits for rule infractions and then got into serious trouble for failing to report infractions by other cadets when on supervisory duty.
During this period, he resided with his children in nearby Newton, Massachusetts.
He was asked by the Honor Committee to resign for violating the Academy's honor code.
He refused and was "silenced"—that is, shunned and ignored by his fellow cadets as a tactic to pressure him to resign.
Leary's dissertation research culminated in the development of the complex and respected interpersonal circumplex model, published in The Interpersonal Diagnosis of Personality, demonstrating how psychologists could methodically use Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) scores to predict respondents' interpersonal response characteristics, or ways that they might respond to various interpersonal situations.
Leary's research was an important harbinger of transactional analysis, directly prefiguring the popular work of Eric Berne.