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Presents a list of 15 psychologists who have received Nobel prizes, noting the nature of their work, the year in which the prize was received, and the nationality of the winner.
Psychologists have skills, concepts, and value positions to contribute as individuals to public policy. They can contribute these through their scientific, professional, administrative, or political roles. The American Psychological Association (APA) as an organization can facilitate uniting...
The author provides an updated and abbreviated summary of some remarks this writer made at the fall meeting of the Illinois Psychological Association held in Chicago in October, 1967. The author shared with those in attendance and with fellow panelists some thoughts around the following...
Comments that I. G. Sarason and V. J. Ganzer (1968) have neglected to mention an important aspect of the criticism of medical models. For some critics of medical models, the primary issue is the symptom–underlying illness paradigm, which implies that abnormal behavior results from different...
Replies to Hakel's (1968) study of frequency adverbs by noting that "often" may occasionally be "sometimes." Also discussed is B. E. Goocher's (1965) study of frequency adverbs, which found that Ss who disliked an activity described it as occurring more frequently than those who reported liking...
Presents 2 examples that typify the kind of university–community collaboration possible through the medium of a psychological center. Police were trained in crisis intervention techniques, and firefighters were trained in how to handle harrassment and an increase in false alarms. These agencies...
Considers whether psychology is both a health science and a health profession. The question is answered affirmatively. The pattern of psychological research in the health domain is analyzed. Current and evolving demands for psychological service in both preventive and treatment contexts are...
Discusses the theoretical design of a recently launched longitudinal study of business organizations, and presents preliminary findings. Conditioning variables, e.g., time, size of organizations, and type of work performed, are crucial to an accurate investigation of organizational functioning....
Includes analysis of a 38-item questionnaire presented to the 137 Council Representatives in 1968, and presents the Committee's recommendations as to appropriate responsibilities of Council members.
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