Donald K. Adams papers, 1924-1970.

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Adams, Donald Keith, 1902-1971. Donald K. Adams papers, 1924-1970.

Donald K. Adams papers, 1924-1970.

The Donald K. Adams papers reflect all aspects of Adams' career from his class notes taken as a graduate student at Harvard (1924-25) through his associations with members of the Gestalt school of psychology, his work with military agencies, and materials related to his work as a faculty member at Duke University. Among the topics discussed: personality, motivation, learning, animal behavior, and extrasensory perception.

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