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Box 8

 Container

Contains 21 Collections and/or Records:

William T. Powers, R.K. Clark, J. Arbit, C. Van Buskirk, R.L. McFarland: Application of a General Feedback Theory to Complex Learning, Concept Formation, and Personality Assessment , 1958

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Feedback Approach to Cancer, undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Feedback – Beyond Behaviorism, circa 1973

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Feedback, Beyond Behaviorism [written while at NU], circa 1973

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Feedback, Beyond Behaviorism [Science 1967], 1967

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Feedback Model fro Behavior, Application to a Rat Experiment [William T. Powers (NU) Behavioral Science 1971], 1971

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Feedback Model for Behavior, Applications to a Rat Experiment [written while at NU], circa 1971

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A Feedback Model for Behavior, Application to a Rat Experiment, circa 1971

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior – A Prospectus, undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.L. McFarland, R.K. Clark: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior, undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.L. McFarland, R.K. Clark: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior, undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A General Theory of Human Behavior [part 1], circa 1960

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A General Theory of Human Behavior, circa 1960

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.I. McFarland, R.K. Clark: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior, 1957

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.K. Clark, R.I. McFarland: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior [part 1], 1960

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: William T. Powers, R.K. Clark, R.I. McFarland: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior [part 2], 1960

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior [part 1 and part 2], 1960

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.K. Clark, R.L. McFarland: A General Feedback Theory of Human Behavior [part 1 and part 2], undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers, R.K. Clark, R.L. McFarland: A Feedback Theory of Human Behavior [part 2] Conflicts in a Feedback System, undated

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 19
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...

William T. Powers: Some Implications of Feedback Theory Concerning Behavior, circa 1956

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 20
Scope and Contents The William T. Powers collection fills 61 boxes. It includes Powers' correspondence with his fellow scientists, reviews of other scientist's material, other scientist's reviews of Powers' materials, and Powers' own personal papers whether or not related to Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The collection also contains three machines created by Powers to help people better understand his theories.The papers span the period 1927-2012. The great majority of the Powers-centered work spans...