University of Nevada, Reno. Department of Psychology

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Willard F. Day Papers

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Identifier: AC 0376
Abstract Willard F. Day, Jr., (October 24, 1926-1989) received his Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees from the University of Virginia. He did three years postdoctoral research at Johns Hopkins University, where he used Skinnerian baseline methodology for investigation into psycho-physical responding at threshold. This collection documents Willard Day's professional interests and participation in research, teaching, and organizations including the American Psychological Association. This includes...

University of Nevada, Reno, Office of the Dean of Arts and Science records

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Identifier: AC 0240
Abstract The College of Arts and Science includes the departments of Anthropology, Art, Biology, Center for Applied Research, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, English, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Geography, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Military Science, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Psychological Service Center, Recreation, Physical Education and Dance, Social and Health Resources, Sociology, and Speech and Theatre. Records cover the period when Rebecca Stafford...

Department of Psychology Records

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Identifier: NUB 26/21/01
Scope and Contents Psychological Service Center.

Department of Psychology Records

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Identifier: NUB 26/21/02
Scope and Contents Psychology and Sagebrush: The University of Nevada, Reno. By Paul McReynolds., 1985.

Department of Psychology Records

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Identifier: NUB 26/21/03
Scope and Contents Psychology at the University of Nevada-Reno: A Retrospective Account. By Paul McReynolds, 1988.

Paul McReynolds Papers

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Identifier: AC 0269
Abstract Paul McReynolds, University of Nevada professor of psychology, 1969-1987, author of Psychology at the University of Nevada-Reno: a retrospective account. Originally presented at the 1985 convention of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, it was published in the Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences, 1988. Includes copy of Psychology at the University of Nevada-Reno: A retrospective account. With correspondence, notes, and photographs relevant to the Psychology...