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Science, psychology, and communication: essays honoring William Stephenson. Edited by Steven R. Brown and Donald J. Brenner; New York, Teachers College Press, [1972]; Introduction: William Stephenson, by O. L. Zangwill, L. Kohlberg, and D. J. Brenner.--Q methodology in behavioral research, by F. N. Kerlinger.--The reciprocity principle, by C. Burt.--A fundamental incommensurability between objectivity and subjectivity, by S. R. Brown.--Scientific inference: the myth and the reality, by W. W. Rozeboom.--Differential judgments by social workers: a Q-technique research in families of schizophrenic children, by S. J. Beck.--Self concept change in psychotherapy, by J. M. Butler.--The Q method and the intrapersonal world, by R. D. Cartwright.--Research on quasi-therapeutic relations in small task groups, by F. E. Fiedler.--Ipsative profiles on an Indian elite, by B. B. Khare.--A human tropism, by J. C. Nunnally.--Dimensions in life space: factor analytic case studies, by D. F. Ricks.--A research program in client-centered therapy, by C. R. Rogers.--Communication strategy, editing games, and Q, by M. S. MacLean, Jr.--Dynamics of public opinion on the Vietnam war, by D. J. Brenner.--The immediate experience of television advertising, by M. J. Schlinger.--Consumer behavior within a subjective framework, by D. H. Sunoo.--Contributions of William Stephenson: a bibliography (p. 435-440);""Psychology Archives copy: Signed by William Stephenson

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