Harvard Psychological Studies

Psych . Review , Mono . Suppl . vol . VII . 1905-6 . 43. KELLOG , C. E .: Alternation
of Feelings . Harvard Psychological Studies . IV . 44. KLEINKNECHT , HELEN :
Interference of Optical Stimuli . Harvard Psychol . Studies . vol . II . KRAEPELIN ...

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Only contributions from members of the Harvard Psychological Laboratory will be printed in these volumes, which will appear at irregular intervals.

Harvard Psychological Studies

1 The appearance of the HARVARD PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES does not
indicate an internal change in the work of the Harvard Psychological Laboratory .
But while up to this time the results of our investigations have been scattered in ...

Author: Hugo Münsterberg

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ISBN: CHI:42863190

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Handbook of Research Methods in Personality Psychology

At the Henry A. Murray Research Center, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study,
Harvard University, data from nearly 300 psychological studies have been
archived, including the Intergenerational Study, Vaillant's longitudinal study of
Harvard ...

Author: Richard W. Robins

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781606236123

Category: Psychology

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Bringing together leading investigators, this comprehensive handbook is a one-stop reference for anyone planning or conducting research on personality. It provides up-to-date analyses of the rich array of methodological tools available today, giving particular attention to real-world theoretical and logistical challenges and how to overcome them. In chapters filled with detailed, practical examples, readers are shown step by step how to formulate a suitable research design, select and use high-quality measures, and manage the complexities of data analysis and interpretation. Coverage ranges from classic methods like self-report inventories and observational procedures to such recent innovations as neuroimaging and genetic analyses.

To Advance Knowledge

Principal Scholarly Publications of Research Universities ( 1906 ) , and Date of
First Publication 34 University of ... ( 1890 ) Studies and Notes in Philology and
Literature ( 1892 ) Harvard Oriental Series ( 1891 ) Harvard Psychological
Studies ...

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ISBN: 1412840082

Category: Education

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American research universities are part of the foundation for the supremacy of American science. Although they emerged as universities in the late nineteenth century, the incorporation of research as a distinct part of their mission largely occurred after 1900. To Advance Knowledge relates how these institutions, by 1940, advanced from provincial outposts in the world of knowledge to leaders in critical areas of science. This study is the first to systematically examine the preconditions for the development of a university research role. These include the formation of academic disciplines--communities that sponsored associations and journals, which defined and advanced fields of knowledge. Only a few universities were able to engage in these activities. Indeed, universities before World War I struggled to find the means to support their own research through endowments, research funds, and faculty time. To Advance Knowledge shows how these institutions developed the size and wealth to harbor a learned faculty. The book illustrates how arrangements for research changed markedly in the 1920s when the great foundations established from the Rockefeller and Carnegie fortunes embraced the advancement of knowledge as a goal. Universities emerged in this decade as the best-suited vessels to carry this mission. Foundation resources made possible the development of an American social science. In the natural sciences, this patronage allowed the United States to gain parity with Europe on scientific frontiers, of which the most important was undoubtedly nuclear physics. The research role of universities cannot be isolated from the institutions themselves. To Advance Knowledge focuses on sixteen universities that were significantly engaged with research during this era. It analyzes all facets of these institutions--collegiate life, sources of funding, treatment of faculty--since all were relevant to shaping the research role. Roger L. Geiger is Distinguished Professor of Higher Education at the Pennsylvania State University. He has edited the History of Higher Education Annual since 1993, was a section editor for the Encyclopedia of Higher Education, and is the author of The American College in the Nineteenth Century and Private Sectors in Higher Education.

Index of NLM Serial Titles

... WI HA636 H02580000 HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL HEALTH LETTER (
0161–7486) WI HA636S H02600000 HARVARD PATHOPHYSIOLOGY SERIES (
0091–0597) WI HA637 H02620000 HARVARD PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES WI
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A keyword listing of serial titles currently received by the National Library of Medicine.

New Serial Titles

Harvard Psychological Laboratory search under Harvard psychological studies .
Miscellaneous papers search under Miscellaneous papers ( Harvard
Psychological Laboratory ) Miscellaneous papers . Harvard psychological
studies . — Vol .

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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

Harvard Historical Studies

events are consistently presented in a psychological context , 23 and military
maneuvers are given the same psychological significance with which they have
been endowed in earlier books.24 Finally , Poggio's attempts at historical ...

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Handbook of Personality Assessment

When Murray ascended to the directorship of the Harvard Psychological Clinic in
1928, there was little basis for anticipating his subsequent contributions to
psychology. Born and reared in New York City, he had studied history as an ...

Author: Irving B. Weiner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119258889

Category: Psychology

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The Handbook of Personality Assessment provides comprehensive guidance on the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the most widely-used instruments. Written by two of the field's foremost authorities, this well-balanced guide blends theory and application to provide a foundational reference for both graduate students and professionals. Updated to reflect the most current advances, this second edition includes new chapters on the Minnesota Personality Inventory-Restructured Form and the Rorschach Performance Assessment System, along with in-depth coverage of the MMPI-2, MMPI-2-A, MCMI-IV, PAI, NEO-PI-R, Rorschach Comprehensive System, TAT, and Figure Drawing and Sentence Completion Methods. Each instrument is discussed in terms of its history, administration, scoring, validity, assessment, interpretation, applications, and psychometric foundations, and other chapters address ethical considerations and provide general guidelines in the assessment process. Personality assessments guide recommendations in a broad range of clinical, health care, forensic, educational, and organizational settings. This book delves deeply into the nature and appropriate use of the major assessment instruments, with authoritative insight and practical guidance. Review the latest concepts, research, and practices Administer, score, and interpret the most widely-used instruments Understand the psychometric foundations of personality assessment Access downloadable sample reports that illustrate software interpretation An individual's nature and disposition can be assessed in several ways. This book focuses on standardized psychological tests that assess personality characteristics and indicate how a person is likely to think, feel, and act. The results can only be as accurate as the process, from assessment selection and administration, to scoring, interpretation, and beyond. The Handbook of Personality Assessment is an invaluable resource for every stage of the process, with a practical focus and advice from two leading experts.

Union List of Serials in Libraries of Honolulu

1 , 1959 + UH 1 - 4 , 6 - 7 195962 Harvard Middle Eastern studies . ... 1 , 1891 +
UH 1 - 13 , 16 - 19 , 21 , 25 + 1891 + Harvard psychological studies . ... 1 , 1944 +
HCM 1 ( 2 - 3 , 10 - 13 ) 14 - 16 ( 17 ) 1944 - 60 Harvard Slavic studies .

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The Quarterly Journal of Economics

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology . Edited by the Instructors ... Published
quarterly under the direction of the Harvard University Committee on Economic
Research . Vols . ... Studies . Edited by the Harvard Psychological Laboratory ,
Vols .

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Vols. 1-22 include the section "Recent publications upon economics".

The Psychology of Arithmetic

Harvard Psychological Studies, vol.2,pp.349404. Burt,C.'17 The Distribution and
Relations ofEducational Abilities. Report of The LondonCounty Council,No.1868.
Chapman, J.C. '14 Individual Differences inAbility and Improvement and Their ...

Author: Edward Lee Thorndike

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465524775

Category: Arithmetic

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Credit Expansion 1920 to 1929 and Its Lessons

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology . Edited by the ... Published quarterly
under the direction of th Harvard University Committee on Economic Research .
Vols . I - IX have bee ... Studies . Edited by the Harvard Psychological Laborator
Vols .

Author: Charles E. Person

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924013815455

Category: Credit

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Psychologists on the March

In contrast , the sociotropes were more oriented toward the social sciences in
their studies of social , clinical , and personality psychology . At Harvard they
included Gordon Allport , Henry Murray , and their associates . The wartime
salience of ...

Author: James H. Capshew

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521565855

Category: History

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Psychologists on the March argues that the Second World War had a profound impact on the modern psychological profession in America. Before the war, psychology was viewed largely as an academic discipline, drawing its ideology and personnel from the laboratory. Following the war, it was increasingly seen as a source of theory and practice to deal with mental health issues. With the support of the federal government, the field entered a prolonged period of exponential growth that saw major changes in the institutional structure of the field that spread to include the epistemological foundations of psychology. This book is the first sustained study of this important era in American psychology. Moving back and forth between collective and individual levels of analysis, it weaves together the internal politics and demography of psychology in relation to the cultural environment. It is based on extensive archival research and includes extended discussions of the wartime reformation of the American Psychological Association, the role of gender politics, the rise of reflexivity, and the popularization of psychology, among other topics.