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

There are 264 references in this bibliography folder.

Butterfield, EC and Warren, SA (1962).
The use of the MMPI in the selection of hospital aides
Journal of Applied Psychology, 46:34 --40.

Canter, A, Day, C, Imboden, J, and Cluff, L (1962).
The influence of age and health status on the MMPI scores of a normal population
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(1):71 --73.

Carrier, N, Orton, K, and Malpass, L (1962).
Responses of bright normal, and EMH children to an orally-administered manifest anxiety scale
Journal of Educational Psychology, 53(6):271 --274.

Carson, R and Heine, R (1962).
Similarity and success in therapeutic dyads
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(1):38 --43.

Centi, P (1962).
Personality factors related to college success
Journal of Educational Research, 55:187 --188.

Cerbus, G and Nichols, R (1962).
Personality correlates of picture preferences
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 64(1):75 --78.

Christensen, C (1962).
Dimensions and correlates of texture preferences
Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26(6):498 --504.

Clegg, H and Decker, R (1962).
The evaluation of a psychological test battery as a selective device for foremen in the mining industry
In: Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Sciences, pp. 178 --182.

Corotto, L and Curnutt, R (1962).
Ego strength: a function of the measuring instrument
Journal of Projective Techniques and Personality Assessment, 26:228 --230.

Coville, W and Cook, S (1962).
Personality assessment of candidates to seminaries
In: Research plans: research planning workshop on religion and character education, Cornell University Religious Educational Association, Ithaca N.Y.

Craddick, RA (1962).
Selection of psychopathic from non-psychopathic prisoners within a Canadian prison
Psychological Reports, 10(2):495 --499.

Craft, M, Fabisch, W, Stephenson, G, Burnand, G, and Kerridge, D (1962).
100 admissions to a psychopathic unit
Journal of Mental Science, 108(456):546 --583.

Croft, G (1962).
Time, inquiry, and discrepancy in various decision-making situations
PhD thesis, Fordham University.

Davis, C and Jenkins, C (1962).
Mental stress and oral disease
Journal of Dental Research, 41(5):1045 --1049.

De Grada, E, Misiti, R, and Nencini, R (1962).
Frustration tolerance: individual factors and group interaction (Italian)
Rivista di Psichiatria (Italian), 56:511 --550.

De Wire, H and Benson, J (1962).
The assessment of ministerial candidates
In: Papers presented at a conference on psychological research, Board of Theological Education, Lutheran Churchin America, New York.

Delay, J, Pichot, P, and Perse, J (1962).
The obsessional personality and the character called obsessional: clinical and psychometric study [French]
Revista de Psychologie Appliquee, 12:283.

Dempsey, P (1962).
Liberal-conservatism and party loyalty in the U.S. Senate
Journal of Social Psychology, 56:159 --170.

DeWire, H (1962).
Psychological testing in theological schools
Ministry Studies Board Newsletter, 1:2 --4.

Dickson, S (1962).
Differences between children who spontaneously outgrew and children who retained functional articulation errors
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 5:263 --271.

Dittes, J (1962).
Research on clergymen: factors influencing decisions for religious service and effectiveness in the vocation
Religious Education, 57(4, Res. Suppl):141 --165.

Donoghue, J (1962).
A consideration of Taulbee and Sisson's "Configurational analysis of MMPI profiles of psychiatric groups."
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18(3):309 --312.

Douglas, W and Cook, S (1962).
Role orientation of future ministers' wives
In: Research plans, research planning workshop on religion and character education, Religious Education Association, New York.

Drake, LE (1962).
MMPI patterns predictive of under-achievement
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 9(2):164 --167.

Eaddy, ML (1962).
An investigation of the Cannot Say scale of the group Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
PhD thesis, U. Florida.

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