1955

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

There are 156 references in this bibliography folder.

Cantor, JM (1955).
A brief screening scale for psychopathological patients developed from MMPI score-patterning
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 11:20 --24.

Cardinet, J and Hunt, HF (1955).
Influence of subjects' attitude on the factorial composition of the MMPI. [French]
Revue de Psychologie Appliquee, 5:97 --117.

Charen, S (1955).
The awareness of hostile feelings in patients by their nurses
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:290.

Clapperton, T (1955).
Standardization of the MMPI for French-Canadian nursing students [French]
PhD thesis, University of Laval.

Clarke, S and McGregor, J (1955).
Teachers' adjustment and teachers' achievement in university courses
Canadian Journal of Psychology, 9:55 --58.

Cohen, J, Hansel, C, and Sylvester, J (1955).
Interdependence in judgments of space, time and movement
Acta Psychologica, 11:360 --372.

Cook, WW and Medley, DM (1955).
The relationship between Minnesota Teacher Attitude Inventory scores and scores on certain scales of the MMPI
Journal of Applied Psychology, 39:123 --129.

Coombs, R (1955).
The appraisal of personal problems of high school seniors
PhD thesis, University of Southern California.

Cornwell, D, Kurth, C, and Murphy, P (1955).
Use of psychologic tests in determining prognosis and treatment in geriatric mental illness
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 3:232 --238.

Corrigan, S (1955).
Psychological correlates of the psychological response to Mecholyl in psychiatric outpatients
PhD thesis, University of Minnesota.

Craddick, RA (1955).
MMPI scores of psychopathic and non-psychopathic prisoners of a provincial goal
PhD thesis, University of Alberta.

Cronbach, LJ and Meehl, PE (1955).
Construct validity in psychological tests
Psychological Bulletin, 2:281 --302.

Dahlstrom, W and Wahler, H (1955).
The application of discriminant function techniques to problems of psychiatric classification
American Psychologist, 10:478.

Darley, J and Hagenah, T (1955).
Vocational interest measurement: theory and practice
University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

David, K and Dielman, T (1955).
Reinforcement schedule, intertrial activity, and verbal operant conditioning
Psychological Reports, 22(3, Pt 2):1037 --1040.

Davids, A (1955).
Relations among several objective measures of anxiety under different conditions of motivation
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:275 --279.

Davids, A and Eriksen, C (1955).
The relation of manifest anxiety to association productivity and intellectual attainment
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:219 --221.

Davidson, M, Lee, D, Parnell, R, and Spencer, S (1955).
The detection of psychological vulnerability in students
Journal of Mental Science, 101:810 --825.

Delay, J, Pichot, P, and Perse, J (1955).
Psychometric methods in the clinic: mental tests and interpretation [French]
Masson et Cie, Paris.

Delay, J, Pichot, P, Sadoun, R, and Perse, J (1955).
Study of a group of members of a religious sect. II. Psychometric study. [French]
Encephale, 44:254 --265.

Dymond, R (1955).
Adjustment changes in the absence of psychotherapy
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:103 --107.

Eriksen, CW and Davids, A (1955).
The meaning and clinical validity of the Taylor anxiety scale and the hysteria-psychasthenia scales from the MMPI
Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 50:135 --137.

Freedman, M, Webster, H, and Sanford, N (1955).
Some psychodynamic correlates of authoritarianism in women
American Psychologist, 10:341.

Frick, J (1955).
Improving the prediction of academic achievement by use of the MMPI
Journal of Applied Psychology, 39:49 --52.

Funk, R (1955).
A survey of religious attitudes and manifest anxiety in a college population
PhD thesis, Purdue University.

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