Doris Twitchell Allen papers, 1941-1984.


Doris Twitchell Allen papers, 1941-1984.

The Doris Twitchell Allen papers contain extensive correspondence regarding Allen's membership to various international organizations such as the International Council of Women Psychologists, the International Association of Applied Psychology, and the United Nations Preparatory Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Commission (UNESCO). There is some material regarding the Children's International Summer Villages, which were founded by Allen. Major topics appearing in the Doris Twitchell Allen Papers include: developmental psychology, psychodrama, the psychology of social change and progress, and the projective techniques.

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University of Akron, Bierce Library

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