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

There are 264 references in this bibliography folder.

Lair, CV and Trapp, E (1962).
The differential diagnostic value of MMPI with somatically disturbed patients
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(2):146 --147.

Lang, PJ and Lazovik, DA (1962).
Personality and hypnotic susceptibility
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(4):317 --322.

Langner, TS (1962).
A twenty-two item screening scale of psychiatric symptoms indicating impairment
Journal of Health and Human Behavior, 3(4):269 --276.

Lauterbach, CG, Vogel, W, and Hart, J (1962).
Comparison of the MMPIs of male problem adolescents and their parents
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(4):485 --487.

Leipold, WD and James, RL (1962).
Characteristics of shows and no-shows in a psychological experiment
Psychological Reports, 11(1):171 --174.

Leventhal, T, Slepian, H, Gluck, M, and Rosenblatt, B (1962).
The utilization of the psychologist-patient relationship in diagnostic testing
Journal of Projective Techniques, 26(1):66 --70.

Levine, D and Cohen, J (1962).
Symptoms and ego strength measures as predictors of the outcome of hospitalization in functional psychoses
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(3):246 --250.

Levinson, BM (1962).
The MMPI in a Jewish traditional setting
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 101:25 --42.

Levinson, BM (1962).
Yeshiva College subcultural scale: an experimental attempt at devising a scale of the internalization of Jewish traditional values
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 101(2):375 --399.

Levinson, BM (1962).
A preliminary study of the Yeshiva College Subcultural Scale (YCSS)
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(3):314 --315.

Lief, H, Dingman, J, and Bishop, M (1962).
Psychoendocrinologic studies in a male with cyclic changes in sexuality
Psychosomatic Medicine, 24(4):357 --368.

Linton, HB and Langs, RJ (1962).
Subjective reactions to lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD-25): Measured by a questionnaire
Archives of General Psychiatry, 6(5):352 --368.

Lipsher, DH (1962).
Consistency of clinicians' judgments based on MMPI, Rorschach and TAT protocols
PhD thesis, Stanford U.

Loevinger, J (1962).
Measuring personality patterns of women
Genetic Psychology Monographs, 65:35 --136.

London, P, Cooper, LM, and Johnson, HJ (1962).
Subject characteristics in hypnosis research: II, Attitudes towards hypnosis, volunteer status, and personality measures; III, Some correlates of hypnotic susceptibility
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 10(1):13 --21.

Luborsky, L (1962).
Clinicians' judgments of mental health: a proposed scale
Archives of General Psychiatry, 7(6):407 --417.

MacKinnon, DW (1962).
The personality correlates of creativity: a study of American architects
In: Personality research: proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Volume 2, Munksgaard, Copenhagen.

Magherini, G and Sacchettini, B (1962).
Considerations regarding the use of the MMPI and the Rorschach in a group of subjects with chronic delirious syndromes
Rassegna di Studia di Psichiatria, 51:472 --475.

Magoon, TM (1962).
Review of Carkhuff's The MMPI: an outline for general clinical and counseling use
Personnel and Guidance Journal, 40:836.

Mandell, A, CH, M, FF, T, and Mandell, M (1962).
Motivation and ability to move
American Journal of Psychiatry, 119:544 --549.

Marks, PA and Seeman, W (1962).
Addendum to "An assessment of the diagnostic process in a child guidance setting."
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(5):485.

Markwell, ED (1962).
Autonomic nervous system measures and factor correlates with personality indices in a tuberculous population
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(2):194.

Martin, C and Nichols, RC (1962).
Personality and religious belief
Journal of Social Psychology, 56:3 --8.

McDonald, R (1962).
Personality characteristics of freshman medical students as depicted by the Leary system
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 100(2):313 --323.

McDonald, R and Gynther, M (1962).
MMPI norms for southern adolescent Negroes
Journal of Social Psychology, 58(2):277 --282.

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