1973

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There are 322 references in this bibliography folder.

Gynther, MD, Altman, H, Warbin, RW, and Sletten, IW (1973).
A new empirical automated MMPI interpretive program: the 1-2/2-1 code type
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 29(1):54 --57.

Hahn, P, Mayer, H, and Stanek, B (1973).
Biometric findings on cardiac neurosis: I. Character and clinical aspects of cardiac neurosis
Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 22(2-6):276 --282.

Hama, H and Fusama, T (1973).
An experimental study of an inanimate movement response as a conflict index in the Rorschach. [Japanese]
Japanese Journal of Psychology, 43(6):285 --289.

Hampton, P and Vogel, D (1973).
Personality characteristics of servicemen returned from Viet Nam identified as heroin abusers
American Journal of Psychiatry, 130(9):1031 --1032.

Hannum, T, Menne, JW, Betz, EL, and Rans, L (1973).
Differences in female prisoner characteristics: 1960-1970
Corrective & Social Psychiatry & Journal of Applied Behavior Therapy, 19(3):39 --41.

Harrell, TW and Harrell, MS (1973).
The personality of MBA's who reach general management early.
Personnel Psychology., 26(1):127 --134.

Heikkinen, CA and Wegner, KW (1973).
MMPI studies of counselors: a review
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 20(3):275 --279.

Henryk-Gutt, R and Rees, W (1973).
Psychological aspects of migraine
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 17(2):141 --153.

Higdon, JF and Brodsky, SL (1973).
Validating hand test acting out ratios for overt and experimentally induced aggression
Journal of Personality Assessment, 37(4):363 --368.

Hill, MS (1973).
Hereditary influence on the normal personality using the MMPI: II. Prospective assortative mating
Behavior Genetics, 3(3):225 --232.

Hill, MS and Hill, RN (1973).
Hereditary influence on the normal personality using the MMPI: I. Age-corrected parent-offspring resemblances
Behavior Genetics, 3(2):133 --144.

Hindelang, MJ (1973).
Variations in personality attributes of social and solitary self-reported delinquents
Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 40(3):452 --454.

Hippe, DL (1973).
Adolescent 4-8 MMPI profiles: Prediction from a taxonomic class
PhD thesis, U. North Dakota.

Hobi, V (1973).
A comparison of MMPI, 16-PF and FPI in small sample tests. [German]
Zeitschrift Fr Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie, 21(2):129 --139.

Hobi, V (1973).
The drug problem in adolescence: psychological and social psychological aspects [German]
Hber, Bern.

Hobi, V and Klar, A (1973).
A combined factor analysis of the MMPI, FPI and 16-PF. [German]
Zeitschrift fr Klinische Psychologie, 2:27 --48.

Hoewischer, HE (1973).
A study of adolescent anxiety measured by selected scores of the MMPI utilized as a predictive factor in predetermining college dropouts
PhD thesis, Boston Coll.

Hoffmann, H (1973).
MMPI changes for a male alcoholic state hospital population: 1959 to 1971
Psychological Reports, 33(1):139 --142.

Hoffmann, H and Jansen, DG (1973).
Relationships among discharge variables and MMPI scale scores of hospitalized alcoholics
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 29(4):475 --477.

Horn, JL, Wanberg, KW, and Appel, M (1973).
On the internal structure of the MMPI
Multivariate Behavioral Research, 8(2):131 --171.

Hosek, K and Lowensteinova, M (1973).
Study of the psychical load in workshops and neuroticism among female workers in a textile factory. [Czech]
Ceskoslovenska Psychiatrie, 69(4):247 --252.

House, TH and Milligan, W (1973).
Heart rate and galvanic skin responses to modeled distress in prison psychopaths
Newsletter for Research in Mental Health & Behavioral Sciences, 15(3):36 --40.

Houston, B (1973).
Viability of coping strategies, denial, and response to stress
Journal of Personality, 41(1):50 --58.

Houston, JP and Schneider, NG (1973).
Further evidence of smoking and anxiety
Psychological Reports, 32(1):322.

Hunt, H, Hammer, M, Salzinger, K, and Sutton, S (1973).
The differentiation of malingering, dissimulation, and pathology
In: Psychopathology: contributions from the social, behavioral, and biological sciences, John Wiley and Sons, New York.

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