Tamara Dembo

Affiliations: 
Clark University, Worcester, MA, United States 
Area:
Rehabilitation
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Tamara Dembo (1902-1993). Completed PhD under Kurt Lewin at University of Berlin.
Tamara Dembo worked to establish the field of Rehabilitation Psychology through the formation of Division 22 of the American Psychological Association. From 1968-69, she served as president of the Division. In 1980, she was honored for her pioneering work in the field, with the Distinguished Service Award from Division 22. In 1981, she received the Kurt Lewin Memorial Award sponsored by Division 9 of APA.

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Dembo T, Diller L, Gordon WA, et al. (1973) A view of rehabilitation psychology. The American Psychologist. 28: 719-22
Dembo T. (1968) The prophetic mission of rehabilitation; curse of blessing? First reply. Journal of Rehabilitation. 34: 34
DEMBO T. (1964) SENSITIVITY OF ONE PERSON TO ANOTHER. Rehabilitation Literature. 25: 231-5
DEMBO T, LEVITON GL, WRIGHT BA. (1956) Adjustment to misfortune; a problem of social-psychological rehabilitation. Artificial Limbs. 3: 4-62
DEMBO T, TANE-BASKIN E. (1955) The noticeability of the cosmetic glove. Artificial Limbs. 2: 47-56
WHITE RK, WRIGHT BA, DEMBO T. (1948) Studies in adjustment to visible injuries; evaluation of curiosity by the injured. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 43: 13-28
White RK, Wright BA, Dembo T. (1948) Studies in adjustment to visible injuries: evaluation of curiosity by the injured Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. 43: 13-28
LADIEU G, HANFMANN E, DEMBO T. (1947) Studies in adjustment to visible injuries; evaluation of help by the injured. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 42: 169-92
Dembo T, Hanfmann E. (1934) The value of an orientation letter for newly-admitted patients The Psychiatric Quarterly. 8: 703-721
Dembo T, Hanfmann E. (1933) Intuitive halving and doubling of figures Psychologische Forschung. 17: 306-318
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