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    • Academy of Family Psychology
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    • These records reflect the daily activities and annual events of The Academy of Family Psychology. This collection is organized chronologically, and it covers the years from 1960-1997. Most of the materials in this collection are dated in the 1980s...


    • Adams, Donald K.
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    • The Adams collection reflects all aspects of his career from class notes taken as a graduate student at Harvard (1924-1925), through his associations with the members of the Gestalt school of psychology, work with governmental agencies, and...


    • Adkins, Dorothy Christina, 1912-
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    • The Dorothy C. Adkins papers include personal notes, data, formulas, and test results of major testing projects throughout Adkins' career. Also present in the collection are various articles and correspondence regarding testing and measurements as...


    • Ainsworth, Mary D. Salter
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    • Collection contains largely professional correspondence and reviews. Topics include infant and child development, and letters regarding various Ainsworth research and publications.


    • Allen, Doris Twitchell, 1901-
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    • The Doris Twitchell Allen papers include extensive personal correspondence, committee reports and correspondence of the International Council of Women Psychologists (ICWP) as well as Children's International Summer Villages, Children & Youth...


    • 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.


    • Ament, Philip
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    • The Philip Ament papers contain material almost exclusively on the topic of hypnosis including hypnosis and its effects on medical and dental patients, and using hypnosis in place of anesthesia. The majority of materials is professional...


    • American Board of Professional Psychology
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    • The American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology archival records consist of photocopied documents of Board meeting minutes from 1947-1962. This is a very small collection with materials arranged by Board meeting date from December 1947...


    • American Psychological Association
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    • This collection contains mostly membership application requests. Annual reports, newsletters, meeting minutes and some correspondence are also present in the collection.


    • American Psychological Association
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    • This small collection contains some of the organization's bylaws from 1950-1992; some meeting minutes and reports; activities of the Harold M. Hildreth Award ceremony; some organizational history.


    • American Psychological Association
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    • This collection contains annual conference materials, division newsletters, volumes of The Counseling Psychologist, correspondence, and committee document drafts.


    • American Psychological Association
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    • This collection contains organization newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes, organizational history documents, committee records, administrative records including presidential addresses.


    • American Psychological Association
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    • This small collection includes six photocopied interview transcripts of the original transcipts located in the APA archives. The audio tapes of these interviews are located in the Archives of the History of American Psychology sound recordings...


    • Amsel, Abram
    • 1944
    • The Abram Amsel papers are a reflection of his work in research of learning, memory, and developmental psychobiology. The collection consists of reviews, manuscripts, and publications that mirror Amsel's interests during his career.


    • Anastasi, Anne, 1908-2001
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    • The papers of Anne Anastasi document her academic career as a teacher and researcher. A smaller amount of personal and biographical information is present in the collection. This collection has been processed in two sections. In keeping with the...


    • Ansbacher, Heinz; Ansbacher, Rowena
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    • The Ansbacher papers mainly contains psychological tests, lecture notes, and publications in German. The papers also contain 11 issues of the German magazine, Freude und Arbeit.


    • Archives of the History of American Psychology
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    • This collection of the oral histories of psychologists, spanning 25 years, was initiated by John A. Popplestone, founder of the Archives of the History of American Psychology. Several of these oral histories were conducted by Popplestone, others...


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