Articles

The use of the thematic apperception test with mentally deficient children. I. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1943, XLVII, 4.

 

The use of the thematic apperception test with mentally deficient children. II. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1943, XLVIII, 169-197.

 

Dreams and thematic apperception test stories. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 1944, 39, 4.

 

Therapeutic implications of artistic activity. A case study. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1944, XLIX, 185-196 (with Henry Schaefer-Simmern).

 

Projective techniques in mental deficiency. Journal of Personality, 1944, 237-245.

 

A problem in diagnosing feeblemindedness. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 1945, 40, 323-329 (with Esther Kroop Sarason).

 

The discriminatory value of a test pattern in the high grade familial detective. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1947, 3, 141-147 (with E. K. Sarason).

 

Does Wechsler's formula distinguish intellectual deterioration from mental deficiency? Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 1947, 42, No. 3 (with A. Boehm).

 

Color in the Rorschach and Kohs block designs. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1947, XI, No. 4, 202-206 (with E. N. Plotter).

 

The TAT and subjective interpretation. Journal of Consulting Psychology,

1948, XII, 285-299.

 

Exceptions to certain Rorschach criteria of pathology. Journal of

Consulting Psychology, 1949, XIII, No. 1, 21-27, (with J.R. Wittenborn).

 

The test-situation and the problem of prediction. Journal of Clinical

Psychology, 1950, VI, No. 4, 378-392.

 

The psychologist's behavior as an area of research. Journal of Consulting

Psychology, 1951, XV, No. 4, 278-280.

 

Mental subnormality and the behavioral sciences. Journal of Exceptional

Children, 1951, 243-247.

 

Aspects of a community program for the retarded child.The Training

School Bulletin (Vineland, New Jersey), 1952, 201-207.

 

Individual psychotherapy with mentally defective individuals. American

Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1952, 56, No. 4, 803-805.

 

A study of anxiety and learning. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology,

1952, 47, No. 2, 166-173, (with George Mandler).

 

The effect of differential instructions on anxiety and learning. Journal of

Abnormal Social Psychology, 1952, 47, No. 2, 561-565, (with George

Mandler and Peyton G. Graighill).

 

Some correlates of text anxiety. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology,

1952, 47, No. 4, 810-817, (with George Mandler).

 

The effect of prior experience and subjective failure on the evocation of

test anxiety. Journal of Personality, 1953, 21, No. 3, 336-341, (with George

Mandler).

 

The text anxiety questionnaire:scoring norms. Journal of Abnormal Social

Psychology, 1953, 48, No. 3, 447-448, (with Edward M. Gordon).

 

The mentally defective child. Chapter in "Psychology of Exceptional

Children and Youth." New York: Prentice Hall.

 

Test anxiety and Rorschach performance. Journal of Abnormal and Social

Psychology, 1954, 49, 371-377, (with F.N. Cox).

 

The relationship between test anxiety and other anxieties. Journal of

Personality, 1955, 23, 317-323, (with E. Gordon).

 

Test anxiety and blame assignment in a failure situation. Journal of

Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1955, 50, No. 3, 335-338, (with John

Doris).

 

A test anxiety scale for children.Child Development, March, 1958, 29, No.

1, 105-113, (with Davidson, E.S., Lighthall, F.F. and Waite, R.R.).

 

Rorschach behavior and performance of high and low anxious children.

Child Development, June, 1958, 29, No. 2, 277-285, (with Davidson, K.S.,

Waite, R.R.).

 

Classroom observations of high and low anxious children.Child

Development, June, 1958, 29, No. 2, 287-295, (with Davidson, K.S.,

Lighthall, F.F. and Waite, R.R.).

 

Human figure drawings of high and low anxious children. Child

Development, June, 1958, 29, No. 2, 297-301, (with Fox, C.,

Davidson, K.S., Lighthall, F.F., and Waite, R.R.).

 

Differences between mothers' and fathers' ratings of low anxious and

high anxious children.Child Development, March, 1958, 29, No. 1, 155-

160, (with Davidson, K.S., Lighthall, F.F., Waite, R.R., and Sarnoff, I.).

 

A study of anxiety and learning in children. Journal of Abnormal and

Social Psychology, 1958, 57, No. 3, 267-270, (with Waite, R.R., Lighthall,

F.F., and Davidson, K.S.).

 

A cross-cultural study of anxiety among American and English school

children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1958, 49, No. 3, 129-136,

(with Sarnoff, I., Lighthall, F.F., Waite, R.R., Davidson, K.S.).

 

Change in mental ability as a function of test anxiety and type of mental

test. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1959, 23, No. 1, 34-38, (with

Lighthall, F.F. and Ruebush, B.K.).

 

Test anxiety and the "eleven-plus" examinations. British Journal of

Educational Psychology, 1959, 29, Part I, 9-16, (with Sarnoff, I., Lighthall,

 F.F. and Davidson, K.S.).

 

The effects of serial position and time internal on two anxiety

questionnaires. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1960, 63, 113-131,

(with Lighthall, F.F., Davidson, K.S., Waite, R.R., and Sarnoff, I.).

 

Test anxiety and classroom observations.Child Development, 1961, 32,

199-210, (with K.S. Davidson).

 

Anxiety and verbal behavior in children.Child Development, 1961, 32,

379-392, (with Barnard, J.W. and Zimbardo, P.G.).

 

Some aspects of the brain-behavior problem. A paper presented at the 2nd

National Northwest Summer Conference:The Special Child in Century 21.

Journal of Education, 1964, 147, 53-61.

 

A longitudinal study of the relation of test anxiety to performance on

intelligence and achievement tests.Child Development Monographs, 1964,

29, No. 7, 4-51, (with Hill, K.T. and Zimbardo, P.G.).

 

The relation of test anxiety and defensiveness to test and school

performance over the elementary-school years:A further longitudinal

study. Child Development Monographs, 1966, 31, no. 2, 1-75, (with

Kennedy T. Hill).

 

The nature and assessment of anxiety in children.In C.D. Spielberger (Ed.)

Anxiety and Behavior.New York:Academic Press, March, 1966.

 

The school culture and process of change.Presented at the University of

Maryland, January, 1966.Brechbill Lecture.

 

Toward a psychology of change and innovation.American Psychologist,

1967, 22, 227-233.

 

The Creation of Settings. In Kaplan, F. and Sarason, S.B. (Eds.) The

Psycho-Educational Clinic: Papers and Research Studies. Boston:

Massachusetts State Department of Mental Health Monograph Series, 1969.

 

Social action as a vehicle for learning.In I. Ira Goldenberg (Ed.) The

Helping Professions in the World of Action.Lexington, Massachusetts:D.C.

Heath & Co., 1973.

 

Jewishness, blackishness and the nature-nurture controversy.

American Psychologist, November, 1973, 28, No. 11, 962-971.

 

The community at the bargaining table.A report on the community's role

in collective bargaining in the schools. Boston:Institute for Responsive

Education, January 1975 (with members of Study Team of Institute for

Responsive Education).

 

Aging and the nature of work. American Psychologist, May, 1975, 30, No. 5,

584-592, (with Sarason, E.K. and Cowden, P.).

 

Psychology to the Finland Station in the heavenly city of the eighteenth

century philosophers. American Psychologist, November 1975, 30, No.

11, 1072-1080.

 

Community psychology, networks, and Mr. Everyman. American

Psychologist, May, 1976, 31, No. 5, 317-328.

 

The unfortunate fate of Alfred Binet and school psychology. Teachers

College Record, Columbia University, May, 1976, 77, No. 4, 579-592.

 

Community psychology and the anarchist insight. American Journal of

Community Psychology, 1976, 4, No. 3, 243-261.

 

Educational policy and federal intervention in the "days of opportunity."

Journal of Education, Boston University, November, 1976, 158, No. 4, 3-24.

 

A "cultural" limitation of system approaches to education reform.

American Journal of Community Psychology, 5, No. 3, 1977, 277-287.

 

The nature of problem solving in social action. American Psychologist,

33, No. 4, April, 1978, 370-380.

 

An unsuccessful war on poverty? American Psychologist, 33, No. 4,

September, 1978, 831-839.

 

Public Policy and Human Service Institutions. American Journal of

Community Psychology, 7, No. 5, 1979, (with N. Dickon Repucci).

 

An asocial psychology and a misdirected clinical psychology.

American Psychologist, 36, No. 8, August, 1981, 827-836.

 

School psychology: An autobiographical fragment. Journal of School

Psychology, 21, No. 4, Winter, 1983, 285-295.

 

If it can be studied or developed, should it be? American Psychologist,

39, No. 5, May, 1984, 477-485.

 

A personal view of the history of American psychology. Annals of the New

York Academy of Sciences, 727, 1994, 1-13.

 

The lack of an overarching conception of psychology. Journal of Mind and

Behavior, 10, 1989, 263-279.

 

A critical appraisal of teacher education (The Charles W. Hunt Memorial

Lecture).American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Washington,

AACTE Publications, 1995.(Published as a separate and criculated to the

membership.)

 

America's educational Achilles heel. American Psychologist,

(Submitted, December 1995).

 

The roots of the American reform movement. International Handbook of

Research and Education, 1996.

 

American psychology and the need for transcendence and

community. American Journal of Community Psychology, 21, 1993,

185-203.

 
 
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