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

There are 168 references in this bibliography folder.

Jones, R (1956).
A controlled investigation of the effects of reserpine (Serpasil) on adjustment and tension in hospitalized male psychotics
PhD thesis, Pennsylvania State University.

Kanun, C (1956).
Predicting delinquency from the MMPI using items instead of clinical scales
PhD thesis.

Karson, S and Freud, SL (1956).
Predicting psychiatric diagnoses with the MMPI
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 12:376 --379.

Kaufman, M (1956).
The formation of learning sets with mentally retarded children
PhD thesis.

Kendig, I, Charen, S, and Lepine, L (1956).
Psychological side effects induced by cycloserine in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 73:438 --441.

Kerrick, JS (1956).
The effects of manifest anxiety and IQ on discrimination
Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 52:136 --138.

Kingsley, L (1956).
A comparative study of certain personality characteristics of psychopathic and non-psychopathic offenders in a military disciplinary barracks
PhD thesis, New York University.

Kornetsky, C and Humphries, O (1956).
Relationship between effects of a number of centrally acting drugs and personality
American Psychologists, 11:366.

Kubany, A, Danowski, T, and Moses, C (1956).
The personality and intelligence of diabetics
Journal of the American Diabetic Association, 5:462 --467.

L'Abate, L (1956).
The personality of problem parents
American Psychologist, 11:415.

L'Abate, L (1956).
Transfer and manifest anxiety in paired-associate learning
PhD thesis, Duke University.

Leary, T (1956).
Multilevel measurement of interpersonal behavior: a functional theory and methodology for personality evaluation
Psychological Consultation Service, Berkeley.

Lenfesty, F (1956).
The degree of participation in student activities in relation to the presence of certain personality characteristics
PhD thesis, University of Florida.

Lewinsohn, PM (1956).
Personality correlates of duodenal ulcer and other psychosomatic reactions
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 12:296 --298.

Lewinsohn, PM (1956).
Some individual differences in physiological reactivity to stress
Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 49:271 --277.

Lundy, RM (1956).
Self perceptions and descriptions of opposite sex sociometric choices
Sociometry, 19:272 --277.

Lykken, DT (1956).
A method of actuarial pattern analysis
Psychological Bulletin, 53:102 --107.

Mathias, RE (1956).
An experimental investigation of the personality structure of chronic alcoholics, Alcoholics Anonymous, neurotic and normal groups
PhD thesis, University of Buffalo.

Mayzner, M and Tresselt, M (1956).
The effect of the competition and generalization of sets with respect to manifest anxeity
Journal of General Psychology, 55:241 --247.

McCandless, B, Castaneda, A, and Palermo, D (1956).
Anxiety in children and social status
Child Development, 27:385 --391.

McGuire, F (1956).
Psychological comparison of automobile drivers: Accident- and violation-free versus accident-violation-incurring drivers
United States Armed Forces Medical Journal, 7:1741 --1748.

Mednick, M (1956).
Mediated generalization and the incubation effect as function of manifest anxiety
PhD thesis, Northwestern University.

Meehl, PE (1956).
Wanted -- a good cookbook
American Psychologist, 11:263 --272.

Meehl, PE (1956).
When shall we use our heads instead of the formula?
American Psychologist, 11:368.

Meehl, PE (1956).
Clinical versus actuarial prediction
In: Proceedings of the 1955 Invitational Conference on Testing Problems, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ.

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