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Overview The Donald Campbell papers document the principal activities of Campbell's life and his career as a professor of psychology whose research focused on scientific inquiry, which he explored in methodological treatises on field research and research design. Campbell taught at Northwestern from 1953-1979. The bulk of the collection dates between 1947 and 1996 and includes biographical files, correspondence and subject files, papers and lectures.