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Browsing items in: Cummings Center for the History of Psychology Manuscripts

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    • Scott, Myrtle M.
    • 2000
    • The Myrtle Scott Papers consist of interviews done as part of the “Oral Histories of Ecological Psychologists” project conducted by Scott in 2000. Included are 8 typescript interviews, 20 audio tapes and 1 unpublished manuscript related to the...

    • International Society for Comparative Psychology
    • 1980
    • These records reflect the daily activities and annual events of the International Society for Comparative Psychology. Areas that are well-represented include governance files, meetings, membership files, correspondence, newsletters, and...

    • Harris, Benjamin
    • 1979
    • This small collection consists of facsimiles of FBI files on psychologists Otto Klineberg and Ralph Gundlach housed at the FBI. These materials were made available to Harris through the Freedom of Information Act while Harris was conducting...

    • Zimbardo, Philip
    • 1971
    • This collection contains materials related to Zimbardo's 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment. Central to this collection are the log and analysis, participants' profiles, consent forms and diaries, experimenter daily log notes, and scripts for guards...

    • Krawiee, Theophile S.
    • 1971
    • This collection of oral histories, conducted by Theophile S. Krawiee throughout the 1970's, contains both audio cassette tapes of the interviews as well as typewritten transcripts of each interview. These oral histories consist of psychologists...

    • Royce, Joseph R.
    • 1965
    • This collection contains correspondence, memorandum, transcripts, and hand written notes relating to various topics on psychology. Also contained in this collection are transcripts of drafts of published work by the author as well as a...

    • Wright, Logan, 1933-
    • 1963
    • This small collection serves as a partial bibliography of Wright's many journal articles on medical and child psychology. The collection consists of article manuscripts, reprints, and copies of Wright's published work from 1963 to 1995. The titles...

    • Barclay, Allan G.
    • 1962
    • The majority of the collection consists of personal and professional correspondence in addition to materials related to Barclay's consulting work, grant and research project materials and his role within various professional organizations. Material...

    • Bare, John K.
    • 1962
    • This collection documents John K. Bare's involvement in developing and cultivating the Human Behavior Curriculum Project, a 5-year project sponsored through the American Psychological Association (APA), to develop 30 instructional modules in human...

    • Finger, Frank Whitney
    • 1961
    • This collection contains correspondence between Frank Finger and other members of the American Psychology Association (APA). Included with this collection is material relating to Finger's various terms as president of APA Divisions 1, 2, and 3."

    • Sorrentino, Rosemary Pierrel
    • 1957
    • Known for her role in the Barnabus study, an experiment of learning through reward and punishment in rats, Rosemary Pierrel Sorrentino was active in auditory discrimination research and experimental psychology. This collection documents her...

    • Tomkins, Silvan S. (Silvan Solomon), 1911-
    • 1957
    • This collection contains correspondence, papers and manuscripts of Tomkins. These are arranged alphabetically by last name of author. Among the topics discussed include: depression; APA Division 26 Symposium; Nuclearity; & Polarity Scale."

    • Boynton, Robert M.
    • 1957
    • Founder of the Center for Visual Science, Robert Boynton contributed work on physiological optics to the fields of psychology and visual perception. This small collection contains some of this work in the form annotated papers that Boynton authored...

    • Salk, Lee, 1926-
    • 1955
    • Lee Salk was a popular child psychologist and advocate of children and families. In addition to his research, Salk was best known as the author of parenting books and for his use of television and print media to promote his approach to child...

    • Berg, Irwin August, 1913-
    • 1955
    • The bulk of this small collection contains correspondence, reports, memorandums, and reprints regarding Berg's work with the American Psychological Association's Special Committee of the Division of Counseling Psychology.


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