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Discusses the use of experimental animals, particularly rats, in research exploring the effectiveness of compounds such as painkillers. The author describes an experiment testing the effectiveness of a pain killer, Pentazockine. In past clinical trials, if the drug failed to produce the desired...
"The substantial, continual assistance to researching teachers can be augmented somewhat by in-service training concerning principles of design and analysis." In the Laboratory of Experimental Design of the Department of Educational Psychology at the university, the assisting process is...
Comments on posters sent to undergraduate departments of psychology to attract students to graduate programs at universities. The author suggests the time and money spent on these posters would be better used to sponsor a colloquium for undergraduates from nearby colleges, have an open house in...
The "development of human intellectual functioning from infancy to such perfection as it may reach is shaped by a series of technological advances in the use of mind. Growth depends upon the mastery of techniques and cannot be understood without reference to such mastery. These techniques are...
1543 persons were elected to membership in APA as of January 1, 1964; 703 were elected Members and 840 were elected Associates. 210 Associate members were transferred to Member status. The persons involved are listed by name.
"However much we might prefer things to be otherwise, learning, as measured by available techniques, appears sometimes to be an essentially continuous, sometimes a sharply discontinuous process. Thus in current research we need models suitable to represent both kinds of data, while we await...
Comments on the article written by O.H. Mowrer .) The current author discusses Mowrer's methods of behavior therapy and states that he makes unsubstantiated claims regarding the effectiveness of behavioristic behavior therapy. The author argues that until Mowrer can produce something more...
Provides a description of the activities of the 1963 meetings of the American Psychological Association in Philadelphia. The author also suggests consideration of New York City for future conventions.
"Adaptation levels appear as neutral or indifferent zones in bipolar responses . . . . Adaptation levels are revealed in all forms of behavior whether they are sensory, motor, or cognitive verbal in nature . . . . We have found that the weighted log mean definition of AL Adaptation Level is the...
Comments on John Oliver Cook's article, .) The author of this comment objects to the article written by Cook. The author feels that Cook's logic, research, and tone of writing are not handled in the spirit of hypothesis confirmation or refutation but in the spirit of flag raising and slurring....
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