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1Institution:  Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of PsychologyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Rosemary Pierrel Sorrentino papers 
 Dates:  1957-1985 
 Subjects:  Sorrentino, Rosemary Pierrel | Barnabus Study | Learning | Conditioned response | Auditory behavior | Operant behavior | Operant techniques | Animal training | Psychologists--United States--Correspondence | Psychology History | Psychologists | Psychologists--History | Psychologists United States | Psychologists--United States--History | Psychologists, American | Psychologists--History--20th century | Psychology | Correspondence | Photographs | Collection Reprints 
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2Institution:  Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of PsychologyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Daniel Starch papers 
 Dates:  1909-1979 
 Subjects:  Starch, Daniel | Daniel Starch and Staff | Advertising and consumer psychology | Advertising | History of Psychology | Marketing research | Psychologists | Psychologists - History | Psychologists - Mental health | Psychologists United States | Psychologists, American | Psychology | Psychology - History - 20th century | Psychology, Industrial | Manuscripts | Manuscripts, American | Surveys 
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3Institution:  Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of PsychologyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Lee Salk papers 
 Dates:  1955-1994 
 Subjects:  Salk, Lee, 1926-1992 | Psychologists United States | Psychology | Child psychology | Families | Psychologists--History--20th century. | Psychologists | Psychologists, American | Psychologists--History | Psychologists--Mental health | Psychologists--United States--History | Psychology History | Psychology--History--20th century | Manuscripts, American | Correspondence | Manuscripts 
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