Daniel Katz papers, 1925-1997.


Daniel Katz papers, 1925-1997.

The Katz papers document his research and teaching activities from 1925 to 1997. The files of correspondence and other materials reflect the major issues and trends in social psychology, from its early development through to its recognition as a discipline. Series in the collection include correspondence, research and surveys, Office of War Information, Teaching, Topical files, and writing and lectures. Correspondents include Floyd Allport, Herbert H. Hyman, and Richard L. Schanck.

9 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8334370

Bentley Historical Library

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University of Michigan. Department of Psychology

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Allport, Floyd Henry, 1890-1978

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Katz, Daniel, 1903-1998

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Professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, program director of Survey Research Center. From the description of Daniel Katz papers, 1947-1973. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34421061 University of Michigan psychology professor Daniel Katz was a nationally recognized scholar in the fields of social psychology and organizational behavior; he also made major contributions to the study of national attitudes and race relations. H...

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Hyman, Herbert Hiram, 1918-

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Herbert H. Hyman was born in New York City on March 3, 1918. Hyman received all of his degrees from Columbia University. He completed a bachelor's degree in 1939, a master's in 1940, and a PhD. in Social Psychology in 1942. During World War II, Hyman worked for the United States Government. At first, he worked as a Social Science Analyst for the Division of Program Surveys in the Department of Agriculture. From 1942-1944, he worked as a Public Opinion Analyst in the Surv...

Schanck, Richard L. (Richard Louis), 1902-1964

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