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Conditioned Suppression In Humans, Eric W. Pott Jul 1966

Conditioned Suppression In Humans, Eric W. Pott

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Radiation Upon Consumption Of Alcohol As A Discriminated Fluid Stimulus In The Rat, Joseph A. Straka Apr 1966

Effects Of Radiation Upon Consumption Of Alcohol As A Discriminated Fluid Stimulus In The Rat, Joseph A. Straka

Master's Theses

Introduction

In the recent history of psychology, considerable interest has arisen concerning the use of radiation (usually as a UCS fitted into a classical conditioning paradigm) to effect changes in behavior. Mechanisms by which radiation induces behavioral changes are obscure, and psychology, along with the disciplines of physiology and medicine, has been attempting to clarify variables in operation.

The study of drug {including alcohol) effects upon behavior has had a somewhat parallel development in the field of psychology in terms of its recency and the obscure nature of the variables operating upon resultant behavior.

These two areas of interest have ...


Conditioned Avoidance To Water Following Exposure To X-Irradiation, Albert E. Roberts Apr 1966

Conditioned Avoidance To Water Following Exposure To X-Irradiation, Albert E. Roberts

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Activity In A Random Light-Dark Environment, Robert O. Baldwin Apr 1966

Activity In A Random Light-Dark Environment, Robert O. Baldwin

Master's Theses

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The Relation Of Anxiety Level To The Performance Of An Abstract Reasoning Task Under Stressful And Non-Stressful Conditions, Melvin J. Necamken Apr 1966

The Relation Of Anxiety Level To The Performance Of An Abstract Reasoning Task Under Stressful And Non-Stressful Conditions, Melvin J. Necamken

Master's Theses

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Biographical Data Related To Achievement In Undergraduate Psychology, Keith E. Fleming Apr 1966

Biographical Data Related To Achievement In Undergraduate Psychology, Keith E. Fleming

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Instructions On Problem Solving Efficiency, Douglas Allen Webb Dec 1965

The Effect Of Instructions On Problem Solving Efficiency, Douglas Allen Webb

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparison Of Authentic And Simulated Mmpi Profiles, Gaylis D. Brown Nov 1965

A Comparison Of Authentic And Simulated Mmpi Profiles, Gaylis D. Brown

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


An Exploratory Study Of The Effect Of Aggressive Feelings And Their Relation To Humor Preference, J. Edward Chase Oct 1965

An Exploratory Study Of The Effect Of Aggressive Feelings And Their Relation To Humor Preference, J. Edward Chase

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Personality Differences Between Two Fundamental Religious Samples And A Sample Of The General Population, Ross O. Ward Sep 1965

Personality Differences Between Two Fundamental Religious Samples And A Sample Of The General Population, Ross O. Ward

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Sensory Interaction: Employing The Forced Choice Psychophysical Method To Study The Effect Auditory Stimulation Has On Visual Sensitivity, Reuben Kamper Sep 1965

Sensory Interaction: Employing The Forced Choice Psychophysical Method To Study The Effect Auditory Stimulation Has On Visual Sensitivity, Reuben Kamper

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effects Of Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride Upon Temporally Spaced Responding, Stephen M. Bean Jul 1965

The Effects Of Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride Upon Temporally Spaced Responding, Stephen M. Bean

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Examiner Influence On The Holtzman Inkblot Technique, Robert G. Hamilton Jul 1965

Examiner Influence On The Holtzman Inkblot Technique, Robert G. Hamilton

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Interlist Similarities On Verbal Transfer In Paired-Associate Learning, Marylyn Morrell Jul 1965

The Effect Of Interlist Similarities On Verbal Transfer In Paired-Associate Learning, Marylyn Morrell

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Changes In The Requirements Of Fixed Ratio Schedules On Post-Reinforcement Pauses And Rate Of Response, Mark Irving Felton Jun 1965

The Effect Of Changes In The Requirements Of Fixed Ratio Schedules On Post-Reinforcement Pauses And Rate Of Response, Mark Irving Felton

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Study Of The Relationship Of The Verb-Adjective Ratio In Linguistic Construction To Induced Stress, Bruce A. Schurman Jun 1965

A Study Of The Relationship Of The Verb-Adjective Ratio In Linguistic Construction To Induced Stress, Bruce A. Schurman

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effects Of Sensory Deprivation On Projection, Bryan R. Ellis Jan 1965

The Effects Of Sensory Deprivation On Projection, Bryan R. Ellis

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effects Of Word Affectivity And Mode Of Presentation On Retention, Lawrence W. Lezotte Jan 1965

The Effects Of Word Affectivity And Mode Of Presentation On Retention, Lawrence W. Lezotte

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Study Of Stereotype Perceptions Of Northern And Southern College Students, G. Lance Gilbert Jan 1965

A Study Of Stereotype Perceptions Of Northern And Southern College Students, G. Lance Gilbert

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Time Effects Of Subthreshold Stimuli Upon Supraliminal Stimuli, Martin Resnick Jan 1965

Time Effects Of Subthreshold Stimuli Upon Supraliminal Stimuli, Martin Resnick

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Individual Differences In The Reduction Of Cognitive Dissonance, Richard S. Dunn Aug 1964

Individual Differences In The Reduction Of Cognitive Dissonance, Richard S. Dunn

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


An Exploratory Study Of The Effect Of Feeling And Behavior Upon Judgment, Wayne Van Zomeren Jul 1964

An Exploratory Study Of The Effect Of Feeling And Behavior Upon Judgment, Wayne Van Zomeren

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Relationship Between Various Wave Lengths And Dark Adaptation, Thomas Eugene Berghage Jul 1964

The Relationship Between Various Wave Lengths And Dark Adaptation, Thomas Eugene Berghage

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of Employee Attitudes And Employee Performance, Richard V. Washburn Jun 1964

An Investigation Of Employee Attitudes And Employee Performance, Richard V. Washburn

Master's Theses

Industrial managers are showing an increasing interest in employee attitudes, opinions and morale. This conclusion is reflected in the fact that many companies conduct attitude and opinion surveys, train their supervisors in human relations and provide other functions designed to create favorable attitudes.

Management concern for the promotion of favorable employee attitudes may be attributed to two main factors. Part of the concern may be attributed to a general trend toward greater social responsibilities of industry. The other, and perhaps greater part can be attributed to an assumption that employees with favorable attitudes are more productive than those with generally ...


Group Cohesiveness And Group Productivity, Michael M. Makedonsky Jun 1964

Group Cohesiveness And Group Productivity, Michael M. Makedonsky

Master's Theses

Group Cohesiveness and Group Productivity

Cartwright and Zander (1953) distinguished at least three different meanings in their intuitive and operational descriptions of group cohesiveness: (a) attraction to the group, (b) morale, and (c) coordination of efforts of group members. Others have attempted to classify meanings of cohesiveness into two general categories. One category of definitions centers chiefly on particular aspects of group behavior or group process. Here, the meaning of cohesiveness refers to "sticking togetherness," productivity, task involvement and good team work. A common observation is that members of a cohesive group display a feeling of "we-ness" or "togetherness," meaning ...


The Affect Of Simultaneous Auditory Stimulation On Absolute Visual Sensitivity, Leonard M. Fisher Jun 1964

The Affect Of Simultaneous Auditory Stimulation On Absolute Visual Sensitivity, Leonard M. Fisher

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Induced Movement Of Induced Movement On The Naming Of Pictured Objects And Persons-One Aspect Of Thinking, Jack A. Nottingham Jun 1964

The Effect Of Induced Movement Of Induced Movement On The Naming Of Pictured Objects And Persons-One Aspect Of Thinking, Jack A. Nottingham

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of The Visual Processes Involved In The Vertical-Horizontal Illusion, Robert L. Vette Feb 1964

An Investigation Of The Visual Processes Involved In The Vertical-Horizontal Illusion, Robert L. Vette

Master's Theses

The vertical-horizontal illusion has been the object of experimental study for many years. The first man to investigate the vertical-horizontal illusion was probably Oppel in 1854. Since the time of Oppel's first experiment, many theories have been advanced in an attempt to explain what causes this illusion to occur in our perception of connected vertical-horizontal lines. The primary theory that is most widely accepted states that the vertical line in the "T" illusion will be judged longer because of the vertical-horizontal relationship.

Pan (1934) suggested that the "T" figure illusion was not due entirely to the interaction of the ...


An Investigation Of Food Deprivation And Competition On Hoarding Behavior In The Domestic Cat, Jo Ann Sinclair Jan 1964

An Investigation Of Food Deprivation And Competition On Hoarding Behavior In The Domestic Cat, Jo Ann Sinclair

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Learning Set Formation In The Guinea Pig, Paul E. Burk Aug 1963

Learning Set Formation In The Guinea Pig, Paul E. Burk

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.