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The views of the graduate faculty in psychology at Minnesota on the need for autonomy in setting Ph.D. requirements, as expressed in a formal report to a Graduate School committee, are discussed. Then as a supplement to this report, questionnaire data from 68 psychologists holding a Ph.D. degree...
The work of the Civilian Personnel Research Subsection from 1943 until it was disbanded in 1945 is reviewed briefly, and the Clerical Abilities Test is described in some detail as the best test product of the unit from the standpoint of validation. The six sub-tests and method of scoring are...
The discussion and votes in the Senate of the 79th Congress on specific proposals for the National Science Foundation Bill are analyzed and discussed.
This speech given by Karl A. Menninger examines the roles of psychiatry and psychology. Because large numbers of patients are now being handed over to psychiatrists, of which in turn there are but a very small number, psychiatry has become a magical word. It would almost seem as if all medical...
Examines the merits of establishing the National Science Foundation and the relative merits of the type of foundation proposed in the rival Kilgore and Magnuson bills. Both bills were combined into the compromise Senate 1850 bill. However, S. 1850 passed the Senate, but the provision for social...
A course built around class discussions following narrative descriptions of events or problems which individuals actually faced is contrasted with the conventional elementary course.
Specific advice is offered to students on how to avoid entanglements with classmates or friends who appeal for psychological aid.
A training program for students in industrial psychology at the University of Illinois which involves projects for solving problems in the relations between the University and its non-academic employees is described.
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