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

There are 348 references in this bibliography folder.

Sand, P, Livingston, G, and Wright, R (1966).
Psychological assessment of candidates for a hemodialysis program
Annals of Internal Medicine, 64:602 --610.

Sargent, M (1966).
Frata House, an Australian alcoholic unit
Medical Journal of Australia, 2:753 --757.

Sato, M (1966).
Psychosomatic study of antrospasm
Journal of the Japanese Psychosomatic Society, 6:53 --61.

Savage, C, Fadiman, J, Mogar, R, and Allen, M (1966).
The effects of psychedelic (LSD) therapy on values, personality, and behavior
International Journal of Neuropsychiatry, 2:241 --254.

Schill, T (1966).
The effects of MMPI social introversion on WAIS PA performance
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22(1):72 --74.

Schmale, A and Iker, H (1966).
The affect of hopelessness and the development of cancer: I, Identification of uterine cervical cancer in women with atypical cytology
Psychosomatic Medicine, 28(5):714 --721.

Schofield, W (1966).
In sickness and in health
Community Mental Health Journal, 2:244 --251.

Schofield, W (1966).
Clinical and counseling psychology: some perspectives
American Psychologist, 21:122 --131.

Schofield, W and Merwin, J (1966).
The use of scholastic aptitude, personality, and interest test data in the selection of medical students
Journal of Medical Education, 41:502 --509.

Schofield, W, Gottschalk, L, and Auerbach, A (1966).
The structured personality inventory in measurement of effects of psychotherapy
In: Methods of research in psychotherapy, Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York.

Schwab, J, Marder, L, Clemmons, R, and McGinnis, N (1966).
Anxiety, severity of illness and other medical variables
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 10:297 --303.

Scott, G (1966).
A study of the relationship between ratings of counselor success and selected personality variables
PhD thesis, University of Minnesota.

Segal, B, Walsh, T, and Weiss, R (1966).
Emotional maladjustment in an undergraduate population--an analytical assessment of six-year trends
Journal of the American College Health Association, 14:190 --196.

Semeonoff, B (1966).
Personality assessment
Penguin Books, Baltimore.

Shaw, D (1966).
Differential MMPI performance in pseudoseizure, epileptic and pseudo-neurologic groups
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22(3):271 --275.

Shaw, D (1966).
The reliability and validity of the Halstead Category
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22:176 --180.

Shepherd, D and Goldstein, R (1966).
Relation of Bekesy tracings to personality and electrophysiologic measures
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 9:385 --411.

Shostrom, E and Knapp, RR (1966).
The relationship of a measure of self-actualization (POI) to a measure of pathology (MMPI) and to therapeutic growth
American Journal of Psychotherapy, 20:193 --202.

Simmons, A (1966).
A comparison of repression-sensitization scores obtained by two different methods
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22(4):465.

Sines, J and Maher, B (1966).
Actuarial methods in personality assessment
In: Progress in experimental personality research, Academic Press, New York.

Sines, JO (1966).
Actuarial methods as appropriate strategy for the validation of diagnostic tests
Psychological Review, 71:517 --523.

Sittler, W, Webb, R, and Mandel, N (1966).
A follow-up study of parole violation of individuals release from Minnesota correctional facilities from January 1, 1964, through December 31, 1964
Miscellaneous publication.

Skrzypek, G and Wiggins, JS (1966).
Contrasted groups vs repeated measurement designs in the evaluation of social desirability scales
Educational and Psychological Measurement, 26:131 --138.

Soares, A and Soares, L (1966).
Self-description and adjustment correlates of occupational choice
Journal of Educational Research, 60:27 --31.

Specht, L (1966).
A comparison of the domains of the 16PF items and items in the MMPI with respect to amount of common and unique space, with a check on the magnitude of a response set factor
PhD thesis, University of Illinois.

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