Models of Achievement: Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology - Vol. 2

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MODELS OF ACHIEVEMENT
Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology

VOLUME 2

Edited by Agnes N. O'Connell Nancy Felipe Russo

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1988 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • References xiv
  • PART I - GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1
  • CHAPTER 1 - A New Vision of Women in Psychology 3
  • References 6
  • PART II - HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES 7
  • CHAPTER 2 - Women's Participation in Psychology: Reflecting and Shaping the Social Context 9
  • Acknowledgments 25
  • References 25
  • PART III - PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 29
  • Chapter 3 - Lois Hayden Meek Stolz 31
  • REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS 39
  • Chapter 4 - Leona E. Tyler 43
  • References 54
  • Chapter 5 - Anne Anastasi 57
  • Acknowledgments 64
  • References 64
  • Chapter 6 - Marie Skodak Crissey Marie Skodak Crissey 69
  • REFRENCES 83
  • Chapter 7 - Erika Fromm 87
  • References 99
  • Chapter 8 - Lillian E. Troll 103
  • References 115
  • Chapter 9 - Olga E. de Cillis Engelhardt 119
  • References 133
  • Chapter 10 - Patricia Cain Smith 137
  • References 151
  • Chapter 11 - Jane Loevinger 155
  • References 165
  • Chapter 12 - Frances K. Graham 169
  • Acknowledgments 184
  • References 184
  • Chapter 13 - Janet Taylor Spence 189
  • References 202
  • Chapter 14 - Dorothy Hansen Eichorn 205
  • References 222
  • Chapter 15 - Carolyn Robertson Payton 227
  • References 241
  • Chapter 16 - Martha T. Mednick 245
  • References 258
  • Chapter 17 - Martha E. Bernal 261
  • References 274
  • Chapter 18 - Florence L. Denmark 279
  • References 291
  • Chapter 19 - Bonnie R. Strickland 295
  • References 311
  • PART IV - PERSPECTIVES ON PATTERNS OF ACHIEVEMENT 315
  • CHAPTER 20 - Synthesis and Resynthesis: Profiles and Patterns of Achievement 2 317
  • Acknowledgments 365
  • References 365
  • Index 367
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