David Shakow papers, 1898-1981.

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David Shakow papers, 1898-1981.

The David Shakow papers is an extremely large collection and encompasses a wide range of material. Among the major topics represented are: an outline of David Shakow's intended autobiography, biographical information, reminiscences of his childhood, his work at Harvard and the Worcester State Mental Hospital. Information regarding his work with schizophrenics, intelligence testing, studies on language and schizophrenia, Thematic Apperception Test newsletters, work with the Veterans Administration, the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary Cerebral Palsey project, and extensive personal and professional correspondence. Material regarding the University of Chicago Counseling Center, the Menninger Clinic, the Massachusetts Psychiatric Association, and the Worcester State Hospital. There is material on shizophrenia, stress experiments, child development, history of psychology, hypnosis and suggestibility, and memory. Correspondence with the National Science Foundation, U.S. Army, various APA divisions, National Institute of Mental Health, various psychological and psychiatric journals, the Ford Foundation, and the Psychological Corporation. This collection contains unpublished manuscripts, papers, correspondence, presentations, lecture notes, photographs, awards, and certificates.

135 linear feet.

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Petrie, Asenath.

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Kent, Grace Helen, 1875-

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Roe, Anne, 1904-1991

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Reymert, Martin L. (Martin Luther), 1883-1953

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Gerty, Francis J. (Francis Joseph), 1892-1994

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Rickers-Ovsiankina, Maria A. (Maria Arsenjevna), 1898-1993

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Jellinek, E.M. (Elvin Morton), 1890-1963

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National Science Foundation (U.S.)

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Rosenzweig, Saul, 1907-2004

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Rapaport, David, 1960-

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Hilgard, Ernest R. (Ernest Ropiequet), 1904-2001

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Ford foundation

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Romano, John, 1908-1994

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Wells, Frederic Lyman, 1884-

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