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Browsing items in: Center for the History of Psychology Manuscripts

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    • Sexton, Virginia Staudt
    • 1886
    • This collection contains professional and personal correspondence, book reviews, APA Division 36 materials, committee materials, written works by Sexton and others, and awards received by Sexton."

    • Klein, Robert
    • 1906
    • The Robert Klein papers consist of material collected during Klein's research for a biography he was writing on behavioral psychologist John Broadus Watson who was well-known for his Little Albert experiment. Most of the materials are photocopied...

    • Stagner, Ross, 1909-1997
    • 1909
    • The papers of Ross Stagner mainly consist of correspondence between himself and others, including his peers and friends. The collection also includes documents and publications pertaining to his academic career as a teacher and researcher.

    • Starch, Daniel
    • 1909
    • Report written by Starch in 1923 for the Lever Brothers Company, which surveyed consumers in order to determine the best color for soap. Handwriting analysis reports and research, personality and performance rating scales, and a notebook involving...

    • Beverly, Veola Hamilton
    • 1910
    • Teacher, administrator, educational psychologist and academic leader, Inez Beverly Prosser made a mark in education in the 1930s. Her academic background and career are rare for an African American woman of this time. This small collection contains...

    • McIntyre, Sherwood C.
    • 1913
    • This small collection contains largely departmental correspondence and memorandums as well as graduate student design reports from one of Sherwood's college courses. A large portion of psychological tests and testing materials from this collection...

    • Guthrie, Robert V.
    • 1913
    • The collection of Robert V. Guthrie contains eight series. Series 1 contains limited biographical information. Series 2, the bulk of the collection, consists of various publications and drafts. This includes correspondence, research, and other...

    • Langfeld, Herbert Sidney, b. 1879
    • 1916
    • The collection contains correspondence related to Langfeld's editorial work for John Wiley and Sons Publishers in addition to a collection of letters from British psychologist Charles Myers and American psychologist Robert H. Gault.

    • Cleeton, Glen U.
    • 1917
    • This collection contains correspondence between Cleeton and various individuals. Materials in the collection include tests in field of industrial management, course planning in industrial education for Carnegie Institute of Technology, instructor...

    • Menaker, Esther
    • 1928
    • The bulk of the collection consists of drafts (both handwritten and typed) of published books, articles, and conference papers as well as a mix of personal and professional correspondence ranging from 1928-2003.

    • Cattell, James McKeen, 1860-1944
    • 1928
    • James McKeen Cattell worked to establish psychology as a "hard" science. Establishing the mental testing efforts in the United States, Cattell founded The Psychological Corporation, one of the largest mental testing firms in the U.S. The materials...

    • Alpern, Mathew
    • 1929
    • The papers document the professional activities and research of Mathew Alpern, who primarily worked in the field of ophthalmology, vision, and color blindness. The papers contain correspondence, course materials, written works, and raw data files.

    • Rocky Mountain Psychological Association
    • 1929
    • The records of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association document the professional activities of the association including founding documents, correspondence, annual conventions, committee work, and newsletters.

    • Graham, Clarence H.
    • 1930
    • The papers of Clarence Graham document his academic career as a teacher and researcher. A small amount of personal and biographical information is present in the collection. The collection includes manuscripts written by Graham and his students...

    • Leonard, Calista V.
    • 1930
    • The majority of the collection consists of reprints and photocopies of papers and presentations by a variety of authors regarding suicide - Leonard's main area of research. The materials were donated to the Archives in 1984 under the auspice of a...

    • Fiske, Donald Winslow, 1916 - 2003
    • 1934
    • Donald Winslow Fiske (1916-2003) was a psychologist and professor, mainly researching psychological measurement and methodology. The bulk of the papers contain Fiske's writing files. The most unique part of the collection relates to military...

    • Berenda, Ruth W.
    • 1936
    • Focusing her work on children and adolescent behavior, Ruth Berenda graduated with a PhD in physiological psychology from the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. The small collection of Ruth W. Berenda papers largely includes publications,...


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