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

There are 156 references in this bibliography folder.

Imig, C (1955).
Personality differences in curriculum as measured by the MMPI
PhD thesis, Illinois Normal University.

Jacobs, A and Leventer, S (1955).
Response to personality inventories with situational stress.
Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 51:449 --451.

Jahnson, S (1955).
The effect of anxiety level and verbal association strengths on the learning of work pairs
PhD thesis, University of Minnesota.

Johnston, R (1955).
Selection of candidates for adult probation in Saskatchewan by the use of a biographical questionnaire and the MMPI
PhD thesis, University of Saskatchewan.

Kahn, D (1955).
The relationship of certain personality characteristics to recovery from tuberculosis
PhD thesis, New York University.

Kamin, L (1955).
Relations between discrimination, apparatus stress, and the Taylor Scale
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 51:595 --599.

Kamin, L, Bindra, D, Clark, J, and Waksberg, H (1955).
The interrelations among some behavioral measures of anxiety
Canadian Journal of Psychology, 9:79 --83.

Kamman, G and Kram, C (1955).
Value of psychometric examinations in medical diagnosis and treatment
JAMA, 158:555 --560.

Kerrick, JS (1955).
Some correlates of the Taylor manifest anxiety scale
Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 50:75 --77.

Klugh, HE and Bendig, A (1955).
The manifest anxiety and ACE scales and college achievement
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:487.

Kostlan, A (1955).
A reply to Patterson [Diagnostic accuracy or diagnostic stereotypy?]
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:486.

LaBue, A (1955).
Personality traits and persistence of interest in teaching as a vocational choice
Journal of Applied Psychology, 39:362 --365.

Lamsens, V (1955).
Honesty and faking in personality inventories [Dutch]
Miscellaneous publication.

Laver, A (1955).
Item analysis of the MMPI against an army misconduct criterion
PhD thesis, Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario).

Lazowick, LM (1955).
On the nature of identification
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 51:175 --183.

Leary, T and Coffey, HS (1955).
Interpersonal diagnosis: Some problems of methodology and validation
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 50:110 --124.

Lewis, N and Taylor, J (1955).
Anxiety and extreme response preferences
Educational Psychological Measurement, 15:111 --116.

Little, KB and Shneidman, ES (1955).
A comparison of the reliability of four psychological tests
American Psychologist, 10:322.

Loevinger, J (1955).
Some principles of personality measurement
Educational & Psychological Measurement, 15:3 --17.

Lundy, RM, Katkovsky, W, Cromwell, R, and Shoemaker, DJ (1955).
Self acceptability and descriptions of sociometric choices
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 51:260 --262.

MacLean, MS, Gowan, MS, and Gowan, JC (1955).
A teacher selection and counseling service
Journal of Educational Research, 48:669 --678.

Mahler, I (1955).
Use of the MMPI with student nurses
Journal of Applied Psychology, 39:190 --193.

Marsh, JT, Hilliard, J, and Liechti, R (1955).
A sexual deviation scale for the MMPI
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:55 --59.

Matarazzo, JD (1955).
MMPI validity scores as a function of increasing levels of anxiety
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:213 --217.

Matarazzo, JD and Phillips, JS (1955).
Digit symbol performance as a function of increasing levels of anxiety
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 19:131 --134.

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