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

There are 168 references in this bibliography folder.

Clark, J and Danielson, JR (1956).
A shortened schizophrenic scale for use in rapid screening
Journal of Social Psychology, 43:187 --190.

Cohn, TS (1956).
The relation of the F Scale to a response set to answer positively
Journal of Social Psychology, 44:129 --133.

Cole, D (1956).
The use of the MMPI and biographical data in predicting practice-teaching performance and subsequent attitudes toward teaching
American Psychologist, 11:367.

Compain, E (1956).
Paranoia in the Cuban university student, according to the MMPI
PhD thesis, University of Havana (spanish).

Cooper, M (1956).
To determine the nature and significance, if any, of certain differences in the social and personal adjustment of fifty-one non-successful college students at Texas Southern University
PhD thesis, New York University.

Cuadra, CA (1956).
A new technique for rapid item analysis
Journal of Applied Psychology, 40:187 --188.

Cuadra, CA and Reed, CF (1956).
Introduction to the MMPI (Italian)
Bollettino di Psicologia e Sociologia Applicante, 17:6 --31.

Cutter, F (1956).
Sexual differentiation in figure drawings and overt deviation
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 12:369 --372.

Dansereau, R (1956).
An analysis of the responses of public and private high school students on the MMPI
PhD thesis, Fordham University.

Davids, A (1956).
Some personality and intellectual correlates of intolerance of ambiguity
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 51:415 --420.

Davidson, W, Andrews, T, and Ross, S (1956).
Effects of stress and anxiety on continuous high-speed color naming
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 52:13 --17.

Deberdt, R (1956).
Contribution to the study of character among students [Dutch]
Miscellaneous publication.

Didateo, S and Kennedy, T (1956).
Masculinity-femininity and personal values
Psychological Reports, 2:231.

Drake, LE (1956).
Interpretation of MMPI profiles in counseling male clients
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 3:83 --88.

Duvall, M (1956).
The effect of manifest anxiety upon incidental and new task learning
PhD thesis, George Peabody College.

Earle, J (1956).
The development of a quantitative method for differentiating between pathological groups with the MMPI
PhD thesis, University of Ottawa.

Engler, J and Freeman, J (1956).
Perceptual behavior as related to factors of associative and drive strength
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 51:399 --404.

Evans, L (1956).
The interrelationships between manifest anxiety and certain behavioral descriptive variables
PhD thesis, Purdue University.

Eversmeyer, G (1956).
Personality, stress, and temporal generalization
PhD thesis, State University of Iowa.

Fordyce, WE (1956).
Social desirability in the MMPI
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 20:171 --175.

Frack, J and Keener, H (1956).
A validation study of the prediction of college achievement
Journal of Applied Psychology, 40:251 --252.

Frame, M and Osmond, W (1956).
Alcoholism, psychopathic personality, and psychopathic reaction type
Medical Proceedings of Johannesburg, 2:257 --261.

Franks, C (1956).
The Taylor Scale and the dimensional analysis of anxiety [French]
Revue de Psychologie Appliquee, 6:35 --44.

Freedman, M, Webster, H, and Sanford, N (1956).
A study of authoritarianism and psychopathology
Journal of Psychology, 41:315 --322.

Freudenberg, R and Robertson, J (1956).
Symptoms in relation to psychiatric diagnosis and treatment
Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 76:14 --22.

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