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Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 University Archives Duke University Durham, North Carolina 27708-0185 USA Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Duke University Box 90185, 103 Perkins Library Durham, North Carolina 27708 USA Phone: (919) 660-5822 / Fax: (919) 660-5934 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/ Abstract The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke features scholarship and teaching in several subdisciplines of psychology and is the primary home for the study of the neuroscience of behavior in the College of Arts & Sciences. This collection contains minutes from various subgroups within the Psychology Department, staff meetings, clinical psychology staff meetings, senior staff committee meetings, and graduate staff meetings, as well as, departmental correspondence, applications for research grants, class census records, reports to the administration and the Board of Trustees, videotapes, 16mm film, and publications of the Psychology Department faculty. 2 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Descriptive Summary Collection Title: Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Creator: Duke University. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Extent: 8.5 Linear Feet, 7000 Items Language of Material: Material in English Information for Users Access Restrictions Patrons must sign the Acknowledgement of Legal Responsibility and Privacy Rights form before using this collection. Also, all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site in Duke University's Library Service Center. Consequently, there may be a 24-hour delay in obtaining these materials. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the University Archives to use this collection. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the office of origin and the University Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the University Archivist. Copyright Notice Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Preferred Citation [Identification of item], Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, University Archives, Duke University. Provenance The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records were received by the University Archives as a transfer starting in 1974. Processing Information Processed by Jessica Wood, July 2006 Encoded by Molly Bragg, May 2011 Accessions were merged into one collection, described in this finding aid. Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS, EAD, NCEAD guidelines, and local Style Guide. This finding aid is NCEAD compliant. Historical Note 3 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 The mission of the undergraduate program in psychology at Duke University is to provide students with a dynamic and interactive learning experience that confers a strong background in psychology as a science. Graduate training in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke provides students with exceptional opportunities to examine mind, brain, and behavior at different levels of analysis (e.g., neural, molecular, individual, and social) using a variety of techniques (e.g., brain imaging, animal models, computational models, experimental research with humans, surveys, and field studies). The Duke Psychology Department was created in 1927 with William McDougall serving as its first chair. Collection Overview This collection contains minutes from various subgroups within the Psychology Department, staff meetings, clinical psychology staff meetings, senior staff committee meetings, and graduate staff meetings, as well as, departmental correspondence, applications for research grants, class census records, reports to the administration and the Board of Trustees, videotapes, 16mm film, and publications of the Psychology Department faculty. Materials span date from 1930-1996 with the bulk dates of 1949-1980. Video and film materials are undated. Subject Headings These are searchable subject entries for this collection. Performing a search on these subjects in the Duke University Libraries online catalog will bring up other related research materials. Duke University. Parapsychology Laboratory Duke University. Psychology Dept. Duke University. Psychology Dept. -- Faculty. Related Material Parapsychology Labratory Records Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library 4 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 List of Series Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Administrative files, 1930-1996 8.5 Linear Feet (12 boxes) Detailed Description of Collection Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Administrative files, 1930-1996 8.5 Linear Feet (12 boxes) Box 1 Parapsychology, 1982-1983 Clippings, 1981, 1988, 1989 Handbook for Graduate Students of Color, 1996 Miscellaneous Memos, Majors Info, Departmental Advisors Information,1958-1968 Memoranda, Flyers, Etc.,1960-1994 Undergraduate Guide,1985-1991 Course Papers, Psych 271A (Neuropsychology),1972 Box 2 Clinical Psychology Staff Meeting Minutes,1957-1965 (6 folders) Senior Staff Committee Meetings,1958-1960 (5 folders) Graduate Staff Meeting, General Staff Meetings,1962-1966 Box 3 Staff Meetings,1949-1962 (13 folders) Department Staff Meetings,1964-1967 Curriculum Revision, Clinical Training in Mental Assessment,1959-1960 Clinical Psychology Staff Meetings,1957-1958 Faculty Publications, Reprints, etc. Box 4 Adams, Donald Borstelman, Lloyd Cohen, Louis D. Costanzo, Philip R. 5 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Crovitz, Elaine Daston, Paul Guttman, Norman Kalat, James W. Kuder, G. Frederic Lodge, Ann Lundholm, Helge Pratt, J.G. Reichenberg-Hacket, Wally Parapsychology Lab - Reprints,1930-1955 Spielberger, Charles D. Staddon, John E.R. Wallach, Michael A. Widgery, Alban G. Parapsychology Laboratory The Duke Parapsychology lab opened in 1935 and in 1965 it closed at Duke and moved to the the foundation for research on the Nature of Man as the Institute for Parapsychology. Please see the Parasychology Labratory Records for more information: url="http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/paralab/ Box 5 Rhine, J.B., Parapsychology: From Duke to FRNM., (book), 1965 Rhine, J.B., Extra-Sensory Perception After Sixty Years, (book), 1940 Rhine, J.B., The Reach of the Mind, (book), 1947 Rhine, Louisa E., ESP in Life and Lab: Tracing Hidden Channels,(book), 1967 Pratt, J. Gaither., Parapsychology: An Insider's View of ESP, (book), 1964 Box 6 Alexander, Irving - Personal Correspondence (3 folders) American Association of State Psychology Boards, 1968 American Association of University Professors, 1964-1965 American Psychological Association, correspondence, 1959-1960 Bivins Building Floor Plan (5 oversize blueprints) 6 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Council of Chairmen of Graduate Departments of Psychology (A.P.A.), 1965-1967 Building and Space, correspondence with NIMH about Facilities Grants 1961-1962 Building and Space, memorandum to Library Council re: Reference room in Biology, 1962 Building and Space, memoranda re: Relocation of Department, 1961 Child Guidance Clinic, 1949-1957 NSF - Final Report - 1964 Box 7 Class Census Reports, 1951-1961 (11 folders) Colloquium Notices,Prior to 1951 Colloquium Notices,1965-1969 (4 folders) Correspondence with Dean Anlyan1964-1965 Correspondence with Provost Taylor Cole1964-1965 Correspondence with Senator Erwin1964-1968 Correspondence with President Douglas Knight1965 Correspondence with Dean Lewis1968 Correspondence with Dean Predmore Re: Graduate School1964-1965 Council Gerontology1964-1965 Educational Improvement Project Box 8 Graduate Council, 1949-1969 North Carolina Academy of Science, 1950-1952 Parapsychology Lab Clippings & Correspondence, 1934-1964 "The Participant Observer" - Newsletter of the Graduate Student Club, 1964-1965 Personal - NSF Grant Application Personal - Grant Correspondence, 1962, 1972 Planning - Clinical Counseling, 1960 Political Science, 1967 Hopkins Folly, Regional Educational Laboratory, 1965-1968 Report to Board of Trustees, March 5, 1964 Zener - papers, research proposals, n.d., 1947-1964 Zener, K.E., papers submitted to Research Council, n.d. 7 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Zener, K.E. - Papers, 1930-1950 (2 folders) Dept. memos, flyers, clippings, 1958-1979 Faculty Files, Faculty files include correspondence, publications, hirings, and terminations. Administrative records are restricted for 25 years from their date of origin. Please contact research services for more information. Box 9 Adams, Donald K. Altrocchi, John C. (Associate Professor)(3 folders) Axelrod, Seymour Bobbitt, Joseph M. Boneau, C. Alan (Associate Professor) Botwinick, Jack (Lecturer in Psychology) Burkheimer, Graham J., Jr. (Lecturer)1972 Cochrane, Carl M. Cohen, Louis D. Cohen, Sanford(2 folders) Collier, George Conger, Anthony (Visiting Associate Professor), 1973-1974 Conger, Judith C. (Visiting Assistant Professor), 1971-1972 Dai, Bingham (Professor)(2 folders) Daniel, Mariel Dashiell, John F. Daston, Paul DeVoge, Justin Thomas,1971 Diamond, I.T. Edwards, Curtis Drew (Lecturer), 1975 Eisdorfer, Carl (Lecturer), 1958 Eisdorfer, Carl (Lecturer) - scholarly papers Box 10 Farina, Amerigo 8 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Feather, Ben W. (Lecturer), 1966 Ferguson, Lucy (Visiting Professor), 1974-1975 Filer, Robert J. Gallagher, James, 1966-1967 Garmezy, Norman Giora, Zvi (Visiting Scholar), 1975-1976 Glendenning, Robert L. (Research Associate, Lecturer), 1973-1974 Goffard, S. James Greenwood, Donald (Assistant Professor), 1964 Harting, John K. (Research Associate), 1971 Heider, Fritz Hemmes, Richard, 1972 Hester, William Hetherington, Duncan Howes, Davis H. (Visiting Professor), 1974 Huse, Mary (Lecturer),1959 Jones, Lyle V. Kalish, Harry I. Kinsbourne, Marcel (Lecturer), 1966 Kinsbourne, D.M. - Publications and Reprints Kimmel, Herbert D. Klopfer, Walter Koch, Sigmund (Professor) Kohler, Ivo Kolesnik, Bohdan P. Kramer, Richard B. (Asst. Professor), 1968- Kramer, R.B. - "Faces" Grant, 1970 Kruglanski, Arie - Summer Term I Krugman, Arnold D. (Lecturer), 1964 Kuder, G. Frederic 9 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Linder, Darwin (Associate),1965 Lodge, George T. Lundholm, Helge McCurdy, Harold McHugh, Gelolo (Associate Professor), 1946- Mehryar, Amir H. (Visiting), 1977-1978 Meltzer, Macolm L., 1963 Murphy, Daniel Obrist, Walter (Lecturer), 1960 Obrist, Walter (Lecturer) - Publications & Reprints Parsons, Oscar A. Perry, Martha (Lecturer), 1972 Randall, Walter Box 11 Randall, Walter Rhine, J.B. Reichenberg, Wally Robinson, Nancy Mayer Rodnick, Eliot H. Schonbach, Peter Michael Shmavonian, Barry (Lecturer),1958- Shmavonian, Barry (Lecturer) - Publications & Reprints Simmell, Marianne Singer, David L. Singer, David L. - Publications & Reprints Sperling, George Spielberger, Charles Spielberger & Weitz - Mental Health Project Grant Progress Report,1972 Stedman, Donald (Lecturer) Stedman, Donald (Lecturer) - Publications & Reprints 10 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Stern, William - Bibliography, booklet, 1936-1938 Stotsky, Bernard Strong, Paschal Strupp, Hans Thompson, Larry (Lecturer) Vogel, John L. Weisskopf-Joelson (Visiting Professor) Weitz, Henry (Bureau of Testing and Guidance) Wheeler, Ladd Wilson, Kellogg Wortman, Paul M. (Assistant Professor), 1967- Graduate Students Club, 1964-1966 Department Brochures, Clippings, Directories, Faculty Correspondence,1953-1977 Video Materials An access copy will be necessary to review these materials, please contact Research Services before you visit the reading room. Box 12 Raccoons (TRT: 64:00) Box 12 Erisman and Kohler, Inverting Prisms Box 12 Three Approaches to Psychotherapy, Part 1 Carl Rogers (RT: 47:52), Part 2 Frederick Perls (RT: 31:58), Part 3 Albert Ellis (RT: 36:08) Box 12 McDougall, Raccoons (16mm Film) Box 12 Experimental Psychology of Vision Box 12 Depth Factors (Shadows, Iinterposition, Convergence, Accomodation) Box 12 Erisman and Kohler, Inverting Prisms Box 12 11 Inventory of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Records, 1930-1996 Erisman and Kohler, Upright Vision Through Inverting Spectacles: Silent (TRT: 160:00) 12
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