This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 156 references in this bibliography folder.

Matarazzo, JD, Guze, SB, and Matarazzo, RG (1955).
An approach to the validity of the Taylor Anxiety Scale: scores of medical and psychiatric patients
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 51:276 --280.

Matarazzo, JD, Ulett, GA, and Saslow, G (1955).
Human maze performance as a function of increasing levels of anxiety
Journal of General Psychology, 53:79 --95.

Matarazzo, RG (1955).
The relationship of manifest anxiety to Wechsler-Bellevue subtest performance
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:218.

Mayzner, M and Tresselt, M (1955).
Concept span as a composite function of personal values, anxiety, and rigidity
Journal of Personality, 24:20 --33.

Mayzner, M, Sersen, E, and Tresselt, M (1955).
The Taylor manifest anxiety scale and intelligence
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:401 --403.

McQuary, JP and Truax, WE (1955).
An underachievement scale
Journal of Educational Research, 48:393 --399.

Meehl, PE (1955).
Annual Review of Psychology, 6:357 --377.

Meehl, PE and Rosen, A (1955).
Antecedent probability and the efficiency of psychometric signs, patterns, or cutting scores
Psychological Bulletin, 52:194 --216.

Melandri, R (1955).
First results of the clinical application of the MMPI [Italian]
Rivista Sperimentale di Freniatria, 52:901 --920.

Merrill, RM (1955).
Relation of the EPPS to the clinical and experimental scales of the MMPI
American Psychologist, 10:366.

Miller, R and Cottle, W (1955).
Evidenced relationships between MMPI and GZTS scales: an adult male sample
University of Kansas Bulletin of Education, 9:91 --94.

No names specified (1955).
Subscales for the MMPI: an aid to profile interpretation
Miscellaneous publication.

Page, H and Markowitz, G (1955).
The relationship of defensiveness to rating scale bias
Journal of Psychology, 41:431 --435.

Page, H, Thurston, J, Nuthmann, C, Calden, G, and Lorenz, T (1955).
An empirical study of the relationship of four classes of body habitus to responses on the MMPI
Psychological Reports, 1:159 --165.

Patterson, C (1955).
Diagnostic accuracy or diagnostic stereotypy?
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:483 --485.

Payne, R (1955).
Usefulness of the Rorschach test in clinical psychology. [French]
Revue de Psychologie Appliquee, 5:255 --264.

Prouty, H (1955).
Personality factors related to over- and under-achievement
American Psychologist, 10:364.

Quay, H (1955).
The performance of hospitalized psychiatric patients on the ego-strength scale of the MMPI
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 11:403 --405.

Quay, H and Rowell, JT (1955).
The validity of a schizophrenic screening scale of the MMPI.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 11:92 --93.

R.J., J (1955).
The personality structure of seminarians: the use of available MMPI norms for diagnosis
PhD thesis, Roosevelt University.

Ranck, J (1955).
Some personality correlates of religious attitude and belief
PhD thesis, Columbia University.

Reid, A (1955).
The contribution of the freshman year of physical education in a liberal arts college for women to certain personality variables
PhD thesis.

Reitan, RM (1955).
Affective disturbances in brain-damaged patients: measurements with the MMPI
Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 73:530 --532.

Rempel, PP (1955).
The use of multivariate statistical analysis of Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory scores in the classification of delinquent and nondelinquent high school boys
PhD thesis.

Rindlisbacher, A (1955).
The Taylor Scale for manifest anxiety (MAS) [German]
Psychologie v Ekonomicke Praxi, 14:235 --240.

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