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Psychology--Study and teaching

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Philip Brickman (1943-1982) Papers

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Identifier: 11/3/23/6
Abstract The Philip Brickman Papers consist of research papers, essays, stories, and other work produced during elementary and high school, 1949-1960; undergraduate materials, 1960-1964; graduate school materials 1965-1968; and a small amount of correspondence and publications from his tenure as an instructor and assistant professor in the psychology department at Northwestern University, 1970-1978.

Donald T. Campbell (1919-1996) Papers, 1928-2006

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Identifier: 11/3/23/8
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.

Medical School's Department of Psychiatry Undergraduate Medical Education Program Behavioral Science I Final Evaluation Report

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Identifier: 18/2/25
Abstract The report which constitutes this series was produced as an evaluation of the Behavioral Science I course offered through the Northwestern University Medical School Department of Psychiatry's Undergraduate Education Program. The evaluation, dating from circa 1976 and based on a form designed by Nancy E. Remley and Francois E. Alouf, utilized small group discussions in addition to large group presentations and survey instruments.

Robert W. Sekuler (1939- ) Papers

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Identifier: 11/3/23/7
Abstract Sekular joined Northwestern's faculty in 1965 as a professor of psychology. His research interests were primarily in the fields of perception, vision, illusions, and reading, especially among the elderly. The Robert W. Sekuler Papers fill thirteen boxes and span the period 1960-1989. They are organized in five categories: correspondence, teaching files, research files, papers presented before professional organizations, and publications. Four folders of biographical materials are also included.